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Ivanovic: Talks with Kosovo could be expected in March

06. February 2011. | 10:04

Source: Tanjug

Serbia's State Secretary for Kosovo Oliver Ivanovic said Saturday that the talks between Belgrade and Pristina could be expected in March.

Serbia's State Secretary for Kosovo Oliver Ivanovic said Saturday that the talks between Belgrade and Pristina could be expected in March.

The dialogue "will not be burdened with difficult topics, for which there are already some solutions," Ivanovic noted, adding that the first issues should be the missing and kidnapped people. The two sides have to agree on what to discuss, he stressed.

According to the secretary, the Serbian side is preparing for the negotiations on a daily basis, and the platform has to be in line with the Constitution and what was adopted by the parliament and government.

"The success of the talks depends largely on the Kosovo Albanians' approach. If they are not constructive, the negotiations will not go far, I think."

Ivanovic commented on the coming census in Kosovo by saying that Serbs should not take part in it since they are not able to inventory all of their property, meaning that the final data could be misleading.

"The international community has been avoiding a census in Bosnia-Herzegovina for years because it feels it would legalize ethnic cleansing. I think that the one in Kosovo should be prevented for the same reasons," Ivanovic argued.

Albania and all of the countries of the former Yugoslavia, excluding member of the EU Slovenia, should conduct a census under international supervision and following a unique methodology, he pointed out.


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