The international presence in Kosovo is important for the implementation of the agreements reached within the framework of the Brussels Dialogue, said Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic at a meeting with UNMIK Head Zahir Tanin, reports RTS.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Chief UNMIK Zahir Tanin discussed the current political and security situation in Kosovo ahead of the UN Security Council session in mid-November, and Vucic pledges to preserving the existing dynamics of the maintenance and format of sessions in that body of the world organization.
A three-month report on the work of UNMIK will be presented at the forthcoming session, reports RTS.
RTS reports that Vucic emphasized the UNMIK’s work as very important for Serbia, because the UN Mission, under Resolution 1244, guarantees the status neutrality of the international presence in Kosovo. Vucic also says that the international presence in Kosovo is important for the implementation of the agreements reached within the Brussels Dialogue.
President Vucic added that minor ethnically based incidents have been recorded in Kosovo over the past two years, and once again he reiterated that the Serbian leadership appreciates the efforts of the UN Mission, reads a press release from the Presidency.
The two interlocutors also discussed ways in which UNMIK, within the framework of its mandate, can contribute to resolving concrete issues aimed at improving the daily life of Serbs, Albanians and others in Kosovo.
The head of UNMIK pointed to the necessity of continuing the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina. President Vucic and Tanin also stressed the importance of conducting internal dialogue on Kosovo.
In the discussion between President Vucic and Tanin, it was noted that the cooperation between the state organs of Serbia and the UN Mission is good, RTS reports.