Minister Dacic and Head of UNMIK on a stream confidence and domestic conditions in Kosovo and Metohija

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First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic perceived currently Special Representative of a UN Secretary-General and Head of UNMIK Zahir Tanin, within a horizon of a latter’s unchanging revisit to Belgrade, forward of a UN Security Council assembly clinging to a work of UNMIK.

The interlocutors discussed a current, supportive confidence and domestic conditions in Kosovo and Metohija, quite following a comfortless murdering of Oliver Ivanovic, and concerning a ongoing developments with honour to a attempts to revoke a law on a Specialist Chambers also famous as a Special Court for KLA Crimes.

The bulletin of a talks also enclosed a prospects of a discourse between Belgrade and Pristina, and UNMIK engagement.

Attention was drawn to a significance of a Mission’s serve unabated participation and impasse directed during formulating conditions for a normal and cool life of Serbs and other non-Albanian communities in Kosovo and Metohija.

Minister Dacic underlined in this context that a refuge of a existent energetic and format of UN Security Council sessions was quite critical to a Republic of Serbia, generally in a light of efforts towards building trust and stability.

The Serbian Foreign Minister quite grateful for a efforts done in a opening of a UNMIK mandate, expressing a expectancy that a Mission would continue to exercise the charge in suitability with UNSC fortitude 1244 (1999).

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