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Ban mentions Ahtisaari Plan in different context

24. September 2011. | 09:17

Source: Tanjug

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon mentioned the Ahtisaari Plan, during the meeting with representatives of the Pristina government, but he used the term in the context of listing the efforts which the UN exerted with regard to the Kosovo issue, Tanjug learnt at the UN Secretariat.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon mentioned the Ahtisaari Plan, during the meeting with representatives of the Pristina government, but he used the term in the context of listing the efforts which the UN exerted with regard to the Kosovo issue, Tanjug learnt at the UN Secretariat.

In a communique sent to a Tanjug correspondent, the UN Secretariat stated that Ban underscored the Ahtisaari Plan, although it originally had its support prior to the Security Council's revision of the documtent, did not win the backing by all members.

Following the meeting with Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga and Prime Minister Hasim Taci in Pristina, it was reported that Ban stated that open issues between Belgrade and Pristina need to be resolved through a dialogue and that the Ahtisaari Plan offers the best prospects for the Serb community.

Responding to Tanjug's question concerning this point, the Secretariat stated that Ban conferred with representatives of the Kosovo government over the situation in northern Kosovo and the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, and underscored the need for finding a solution to the long-standing problems through a dialogue and by similar peaceful means.

However, the cabinet did not say whether the UN secretary-general and Kosovo officials discussed the Ahtisaari Plan during the meeting.

Serbia's mission in the UN called for an explanation Monday with regard to such claims. Serbia's Ambassador to the UN Feodor Starcevic told Tanjug that it is true that Jahjaga met with the UN secretary-general but that the content of his statement on this occasion is not known.

Serbia's mission in the UN was instructed by Belgrade to call for a clarification and to require the UN secretary-general to refute the claims if they prove false, the ambassador said.

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