This was stated by Avdullah Hoti, the head of the parliamentary group of the most influential Kosovo opposition party, the Democratic Alliance of Kosovo (DSK).
Hoti told the Pristina-based Express daily that he believed the consultation was a waste of time.
As RTK2 channel reports, the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo is expected to adopt a resolution that would ban Kosovo President Hashim Thaci from further negotiating with Belgrade about the territory of Kosovo.
The session will be held only three days before the announced Kosovo dialogue meeting in Brussels.
Kosovo opposition parties have called for an extraordinary parliamentary session on September 4 to put a resolution to a vote which they say will protect the country's territorial integrity amid controversial suggestions of a land swap with Serbia as part of a final deal between Pristina and Belgrade.
Kosovo's Parliamentary Commission on Economic Development on Tuesday postponed voting on sending the government's decision to issue a coal research licence to the company Kosovo Energy LLC Envidity for parliamentary approval after opposition MPs demanded more clarity about a scheme that some have described as a virtual monopoly.
Exports from Kosovo grew by just 0.23 per cent in 2015, accounting for a total export income of 325.3 million euros, according to the latest report on foreign trade by the country's statistical agency.
Industrial goods, mainly raw metals, represented the country's leading exports at around 45 per cent of the total amount.