Tensions in the north, Kalemaj: The artificial crisis that serves the two leaders, but not Kosovo

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Political scientist Ilir Kalemaj provided his insights during a debate on the recent developments in northern Kosovo and the meetings between Albin Kurti, Aleksandër Vučić, and senior EU officials in Brussels.

Kalemaj expressed his view that the crises occurring in the north are artificially created and exaggerated. He emphasized that these crises serve the political interests of both leaders, Vučić and Kurti, but do not benefit Kosovo as a whole.

The political scientist specifically mentioned issues such as license plates and the installation of presidents without coordination with allies as examples of manufactured crises. He stated that these crises serve Vučić and Kurti in their internal political struggles but fail to contribute positively to the interests and well-being of Kosovo.