From: Die Morina
Kosovo Remains Big Political Challenge for Serbia’s New Government

Ana Brnabic charged with forming the new government in Serbia stated that Kosovo is one of the biggest political challenges they face.

As she was presenting the governmental program in the Parliament of Serbia which is expected to be voted on Wednesday, Brnabic said that she will coordinate all the moves with the president Aleksandar Vucic and with the Serb representatives from Kosovo.

Brnabic stated that her government will not back up on insisting to establish the Association of Serb- majority Municipalities, Free Europe Radio reports on its Serbian edition.

“The new government will continue with the policy of protecting vital national interests, peace and cooperation, with the aim of protecting our people, cultural heritage, but also peace and stability in the region,” Free Europe Radio quotes Bernabic.

The new government will include the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) led by Ivica Dacic, recently elected as the parliament speaker and Serbian Patriotic Alliance (SPAS) led by Aleksandar Sapic who was in opposition.

Representatives of minorities will also be part of the new government.

Nominated as Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabic stated that around 50 per cent of the government will consist of women.