The Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama, and the Kosovar President, Hashim Thaçi, exerted pressure on the Kosovo government to abolish the 100 percent tax which Pristina has been applying to Belgrade and to open the way for dialogue.

This has been confirmed by the Kosovar Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj.

In November of last year, Prime Minister Rama shared a different view as the two governments met, defending the tax as a rational decision in the wake of irrational approaches by Serbia.

However, the head of Kosovo's government says he is determined for the tax to be abolished only when Serbia recognizes the independence of Kosovo.

The next summit for Kosovo-Serbia relations will be held in Paris in July, with both Kosovar Prime Minister Haradinaj and Serbian President Thaçi having confirmed their attendance.

The head of the Kosovar government has informed that he will be accompanied by a state delegation headed by Fatmir Limaj and Shpend Ahmeti, and that the topic of border correction remains an insurmountable one.

/Ora News.tv/