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UN Security Council meeting postponed for Tuesday

29. August 2011. | 11:23

Source: Emg.rs, Tanjug

The meeting was scheduled for Monday morning, but the problems caused by hurricane Irene in New York resulted in the postponement.The earliest available date was Tuesday.

The UN Security Council has postponed its meeting on Kosovo for Tuesday morning, according to what Tanjug has learned at the UN headquarters.

The meeting was scheduled for Monday morning
, but the problems caused by hurricane Irene in New York resulted in the postponement.The earliest available date was Tuesday.

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon will present his quarterly report on Kosovo during the meeting, but the focus is expected to be on the recent crisis in the north of Kosovo, which started late July as the Pristina authorities attempted to take over administrative crossings with central Serbia.

Although the report only covers the period ending with July 15, the council will be informed about the latest events by Head of the UN Mission in Kosovo Farid Zarif, while the ambassadors will have an opportunity to present their countries' views.

The Serbian delegation is headed by Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic, who told Tanjug earlier he expected an extremely difficult session, since the members of the council are divided regarding the presidential statement proposed by Russia.

The statement condemns Pristina for its use of force and demands the situation be reverted back to its original state.

The document also calls on all international agencies in Kosovo, including NATO's Kosovo Force and the EU Mission in Kosovo, to adhere strictly to their mandate and UN Security Council Resolution 1244.


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