The leader of the Democratic Union for Integration (BDI), Ali Ahmeti has declared that the party that he leads is aware of the difficult decisions that must be made in the near future. He said this after the meeting that he had with the Dutch ambassador in Skopje, Walter Plomp.
Ahmeti has offered his opinion on the 11 December election and the stance of BDI in relation to the creation of new executive institutions.
“BDI is carefully analyzing the situation and is aware of the difficult decisions that must be taken in the near future given the circumstances”, Ahmeti said.
According to him, language equality, reform in the system, economic equality and integration remain the priorities of this party.
The leader of BDI has also explained his incentive along with other parties for a joint platform.
“We need to draft and approve a joint platform of Albanian political parties and BDI remains committed and entirely open to achieve success in this important incentive”, said the leader of BDI, whose party won 10 seats in parliament and which is decisive for the creation of the new government. /balkaneu.com/