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Government adopted Report on Kosovo

28. October 2011. | 09:35

Source: Radio Serbia

The Serbian Government adopted the Report on activities in Kosovo that will be forwarded to the Serbian Assembly. Except for the Serbian Radical Party, opposition parties boycotted the ongoing Assembly session as debate on the situation in Kosovo has not been scheduled.

Director of the Office for Cooperation with media Milivoje Mihajlovic said that the Government welcomes decision of the municipal presidents from northern Kosovo to enable passage to KFOR members assessing that this will improve security situation in the province.

Mihajlovic reiterated that dialogue is the best way to find a solution in Kosovo and urged everyone to refrain from provocation and violence. He added that all potential agreements on cooperation that abide by UN SC Resolution 1244 are good, and that the Serbian Government would not support any initiative that is not in accordance with the Resolution.

Serbs in northern Kosovo have removed today part of the barricades set up on September 16 to enable KFOR to supply its units.

The Serbs announced that they will enable passage for EULEX as well provided EULEX stops transporting Kosovo customs officials to administrative crossings in the north of the province.


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