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EULEX Chief on mission's increased presence in North Kosmet

25. November 2010. | 06:08

Source: Tanjug

EULEX Head of Mission Xavier Bout de Marnhac ended his first visit to Belgrade since assuming the post of the chief of mission in Kosovo-Metohija, and according to a statement issued by EULEX, he received support from his interlocutors and EU officials.

EULEX Head of Mission Xavier Bout de Marnhac ended his first visit to Belgrade since assuming the post of the chief of mission in Kosovo-Metohija, and according to a statement issued by EULEX, he received support from his interlocutors and EU officials.

Tanjug was told by EULEX that during the Belgrade talks De Marnhac underlined the importance of promotion of the rule of law in Kosovo, including the northern part, and pointed to the importance of tackling organized crime, particularly drugs and weapons trafficking.

The head of mission said that EULEX will increase its presence and activities in northern Kosovo. He also underlined the importance of resolving recent incidents in this area, EULEX stated.

De Marnhac finds it important to keep communication lines open so as to strengthen confidence, concentrate on the issues of the rule of law and avoid misunderstandings.

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