The next election previously had been scheduled to take place in about a year.
The speaker of Kosovo's parliament is blaming Prime Minister Isa Mustafa for the no-confidence vote that has resulted in the failure of the country's governing coalition. Opposition parties had blamed his cabinet for being unable to carry out its programme and pass important laws.
This will be the third election in the country of 1.8 million people since it became independent in 2008.
Lawmakers in Kosovo voted to dismiss the government of Prime Minister Isa Mustafa in a no-confidence motion Wednesday, leading to a snap election next month.
The United States has pressed Kosovo to pass a border demarcation deal with neighboring Montenegro, which remains the last obstacle before the European Union accepts to let Kosovar citizens travel visa-free in its Schengen member countries. The no-confidence motion initiated by opposition party succeeded to the Assembly thus paving the way towards early elections, which according to legal deadlines should be held within 45 days.
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci has said, after holding separate meetings with party leaders, that early elections in Kosovo will be held on June 11 or 18.
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Political deadlock over a border demarcation agreement with Montenegro has led to the downfall of Kosovo's coalition government. The Cabinet, as well as worldwide experts, say the deal would not change the country's land area.
He warned that its effect would be "the country's destabilization through creating a lack of trust in institutions, and an institutional vacuum".
The no-confidence vote suggests a breakdown between the two governing partners.
Veseli says the 78-34 vote "is needed for Kosovo to open exciting new chapters of our history".
The Front, composed of several parties with different stances on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Russian Federation, has pledged that if it wins the next elections, it will revoke the sanctions imposed by Montenegro on Russian Federation over the annexation of Crimea, and will also revoke recognition of Kosovo, which declared independence from Serbia in 2008.
It has been recognised by more than 110 countries in the meantime, but not gained a seat at the United Nations, owing to Russian Federation - which has backed Serbia's opposition to the move.