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Important not to go outside constitutional framework, says Ivanovic

04. July 2011. | 06:36

Source: Emg.rs, Tanjug

State Secretary with the Serbian Ministry for Kosovo Oliver Ivanovic said Sunday it was important the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina did not go outside the framework of the Serbian Constitution and the government policy.

State Secretary with the Serbian Ministry for Kosovo Oliver Ivanovic said Sunday it was important the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina did not go outside the framework of the Serbian Constitution and the government policy.

Ivanovic told Tanjug the greatest achievement in the talks was that communication was established between the Serbian government and the Kosovo Albanians, albeit with the mediation of a third party, the EU.

"I am cautiously optimistic there will be negotiations, to start, because that is the biggest achievement. The Serbian government and Kosovo Albanians have not had communication for the past 25 to 30 years, and now that communication has been established, there could even be some agreements, albeit with the mediation of a third party, the EU," Ivanovic said.

According to him, talks should certainly continue, even through the Brussels administration is taking a break for the summer.

Commenting on the statement made by head of Pristina's team Edita Tahiri, who said the reached agreement was the first step toward the recognition of Kosovo, Ivanovic said Tahiri was addressing her home audience.

He underlined there was no chance Serbia would directly or indirectly recognize Kosovo's independence.

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