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Tadic's message stops new Kosovo recognitions

14. August 2010. | 07:38

Source: Tanjug

Tadic's letter, which explains Belgrade's positions after the ICJ advisory opinion, calls for countries not to change their stand on Kosovo.

Envoys of Serbian President Boris Tadic have delivered a message to almost all of 55 countries which are under huge pressure to recognize Kosovo's independence, urging them not to do so, the Serbian daily Vecernje Novosti reports, stressing that this has proven as successful since no new country has recognized the province's independence after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) rendered its opinion.

Tadic's letter, which explains Belgrade's positions after the ICJ advisory opinion, calls for countries not to change their stand on Kosovo.

The letter was addressed to the EU member states which have not yet recognized Kosovo (Slovakia, Romania, Spain, Greece and Cyprus), countries of the Caribbean and Central America, part of the Non-Aligned Movement member states and some former colonies of France and Britain which are all under pressure by world's greatest powers to recognize Kosovo's independence, the daily reports.

Vecernje Novosti stresses that Serbia's shuttle diplomacy gave positive results since there has been no increase in the number of countries which have recognized Kosovo after the ICJ passed its ruling on July 22, in spite of all the claims that the opinion will be followed by a huge wave of new recognitions.

Tadic's envoys in this respect are ambassadors, career diplomats and assistants of the ministers.

So far, 69 out of 192 UN member states have recognized Kosovo's independence.


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