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Tahiri Kurti: You came back from your honeymoon, citizens do not have visas and you stay in luxury hotels

The head of the PDK parliamentary group, Abelard Tahiri, had accusations against the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, saying that he did not return from his visit to France and Greece, even after the case in Deçan of the rains that caused damage.

Tahiri welcomed Kurti to Kosovo, saying he hoped he “returned from his honeymoon”.

“Welcome Prime Minister, you returned to Kosovo, we hope that your stay on the coast of Greece and France, will give you some impetus to end your honeymoon, and return to work. “14 days of visiting abroad had nothing to do with state and national interests, I do not know what interest Kosovo has from the seminars of the left, where everything is talked about except Kosovo”, said Tahiri.

PDK MP said that while Kosovars can not move without visas, Kurti is staying in luxury hotels around the world.

“Citizens of Kosovo can not move without visas, and do not have the opportunity to stay in luxury hotels where our Prime Minister stays. “On the day he received the news about the citizens of Decani, he would have had to return, so the place where our prime minister was was about 6-7 hours away by car”, he added.

Tahiri further mentioned the rainfall and damage caused in some municipalities of Kosovo.

“During this time, Kosovo was hit by a serious situation from the floods, normally we are not blaming you for these, however, the lives of citizens were directly endangered and the crops of businesses were damaged, however, you continued our guide, for Decan made a post, about hic floods. During these days, Germany was also hit by the rains, however, the German chancellor interrupted her visit to the USA and returned to the citizens, if you did not return as prime minister, you continued your visit. “I would not want irresponsibility to go to this level”, says Tahiri. /Express newspaper

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