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Kosovo parliament speaker Vjosa Osmani has reacted with fury to claims that her family once worked for the Serbian police when the country was under Yugoslav rule, after President Hashim Thaci repeated the allegation on Tuesday.
"Tonight, the snake tried to bite the honour of my family," Osmani wrote on Facebook, referring to Thaci by his wartime nickname of "The Snake".
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia to "roll up their sleeves" and reach a mutual agreement.
During virtual talks at the EU-Western Balkans summit, Merkel spoke with Aleksandar Vučić and Hashim Thaçi and called on them to reach an agreement by the end of this year, BGNES reported, citing the Ina news agency.
The Vice President of the Democratic League of Kosovo, Osmani, says there is nothing pragmatic about exchanging territories, Kosovo Online reports.
Haradinaj told reporters at Zahir Pajaziti's Momerial that Chitaku was working together with Hashim Thaci and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, on this job, as TV Klan Kosova reported.
He added that this mistake does not prevent them, as he says, from remaining on their positions.
Official results of early parliamentary elections in Kosovo have not yet been announced, with two leading parties, the Vetvendosje and the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), not yet agreed on key positions in the future government, with media claiming that part of the coalition agreement is that Isa Mustafa should replace Hashim Thaci.
He added that the Serious Crime Department of the Pristina Basic Court is going to implement the mentioned order.
He confirmed for the Pristina based Klan Kosova TV that two people were arrested and that a search for a third person is underway.
He identified the third individual as Zeljko Bojic.