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UNMIK will continue to represent Kosovo

29. September 2010. | 06:46

Source: Tanjug

UNMIK spokesman Jacob Quinn stated on Monday that UNMIK will continue to represent Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) at regional meetings.

UNMIK spokesman Jacob Quinn stated on Monday that UNMIK will continue to represent Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) at regional meetings.

In a statement for the KIM Radio, Quinn said that the UN mission in Kosovo signed the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) and that the participation of its representatives at regional meetings is therefore necessary.

The Kosovo institutions represent themselves because they alone have to implement closed agreements, Quinn said.

UNMIK's role refers to providing assistance and facilitating dialogue in regional meetings, the official said and added that this provides an opportunity for the Kosovo institutions to represent themselves in such meetings.

The Pristina-based daily Kosova Sot reported earlier on Monday that the Kosovo institutions do not want to be represented by UNMIK at regional meetings.


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