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Djuric: Pristina is trying to strengthen independence through memberships (media)

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The Director for Kosovo at the Serbian Government, Marko Djuric, told Serbian media that official Pristina does not want membership at UNESCO or INTERPOL for cultural heritage or war against crime, but due to the fact that they are part of the process of strengthening their independence.

He said that INTERPOL General Committee has received Kosovo’s request for membership however he added, the one that decides to fight for a rightful cause always finds space to maneuver therefore engagement is unquestionable.

“We do not have to clarify how harmful it is when in our political sphere is claimed that we should simply give up and not to continue with war against Kosovo and to simply allow Kosovo to be accepted at UNESCO and INTERPOL, even the UN,” said Djuric.

He added that Serbia’s arguments against Kosovo’s membership at UNESCO are strongly related to safeguarding of cultural heritage.

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