DUI leader Ali Ahmeti said Wednesday the EC Progress Report assessments were expected and should not result in relaxation but be an incentive for the start of Union accession talks.
After a meeting with Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn, Ahmeti said the country is faced with significant reforms in the judiciary, fight against crime and corruption, namely implementation of all recommendations so that negotiations are launched as soon as possible.
“I believe that things will take the right course through the environment we have created, the communication between the ruling and opposition parties. However, this environment should not be disrupted, but advanced, because this will benefit the country, while the opposition should contribute to this”, added Ahmeti.
The DUI leader said the name is a sensitive issue that should not be debated at press conferences, especially taking into consideration the ongoing negotiations.
“We are all expecting a positive outcome, a compromise that is acceptable for everyone,” Ahmeti said.