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UNSC to discuss "Kosmet Issue"

17. June 2009. | 09:49

Source: Tanjug

The UN Security Council will hold a session on Wednesday, June 17, at which they will consider a regular report of the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on the situation in Kosovo-Metohija.

The UN Security Council will hold a session on Wednesday, June 17, at which they will consider a regular report of the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on the situation in Kosovo-Metohija.

At the session to be held in the UN Headquarters in New York, Serbia will be represented by Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic, it was confirmed at the Serbian Foreign Ministry.

In his report Ban underscored that Pristina maintains minimum contact with his special representative Lamberto Zannier, requesting that UNMIK should end its mission, and underscoring that the general security situation in Kosovo is relatively peaceful, while the number of returnees is disappointingly small.

The secretary general stated that Kosovo authorities have continued to act pursuant to the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo, and have requested more than once that UNMIK should end its mission, emphasizing that Res 1244 no longer represents a relevant document and that they have no legal obligation to observe it.

The report also says that in the past three months, with the exception of allowing Serbian President to visit the Visoki Decani Monastery on Good Friday, the authorities in Pristina had blocked numerous working visits by Serbian officials to the areas south of the Ibar River, and that, according to the Kosovo authorities, the Serbian officials cannot enter the province without permission.

The municipalities in the north of Kosovo and the northern part of Kosovska Mitrovica still seem to be separated from the rest of Kosovo, the report reads.

Serb leaders from Kosovo's north think that UNMIK & KFOR are the only legitimate international missions and they do not show any changes in their decision not to accept the institutions and symbols of Kosovo's authorities, he pointed out.


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