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Report on Kosovo composed based on field data

03. November 2011. | 10:00

Source: Tanjug

Minister for Kosovo Goran Bogdanovic underlined Wednesday that the government report on the situation in Kosovo-Metohija was composed based on field data.

Minister for Kosovo Goran Bogdanovic underlined Wednesday that the government report on the situation in Kosovo-Metohija was composed based on field data.

Addressing members of the parliamentary Committee on Kosovo-Metohija, he pointed out that the report comprised available data, which the government received from local self-governments.

On the occasion of certain claims that the government has kept something secret, Bogdanovic underlined that this time again there will be no speculations about initiators of the incident at the Jarinje administrative crossing on September 27.

“I can responsibly say that we drafted the report using available data which came from local self-governments. Our fast reaction and the agreement with KFOR eased tensions which were likely to escalate into larger conflicts,” he said.

Bogdanovic underlined that he does not want to speculate about the incident and who initiated it, adding that the report of the government could not include the content of the session of the Security Board.

The minister shortly presented the government's position and the report to the members of the committee.

He underlined that in the report, the government once again supported the dialogue with the interim government in Pristina mediated by the EU.

He also said that the government supports all state organs which search for a solution in keeping with UN Security Council Resolution 1244 and the six-point plan by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

The Serbian government urged all international organizations, KFOR and EULEX in the first line, to act in a status-neutral manner during the crisis.

The government condemns every form of violence and calls on both Kosovo Serbs and the international organizations to resolve all problems in Kosovo in a peaceful manner, he said.

The minister once again stressed that the government supports all forms of peaceful protests staged by north Kosovo citizens, who are constantly urged to cooperate with representatives of the Serbian government and international organizations operating in the territory of Kosovo.

The report also points to the activities which the government took with a view to normalization of life in the northern part of the province, Bogdanovic said, stressing that it is crucial that normal supply, beginning of the school year and operation of the health care system were secured in spite of the difficult conditions.

He urged all members of the Committee on Kosovo-Metohija not to take advantage of the difficult situation both in the northern part and entire Kosovo.


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