President of the Centre for Foreign Policy Dragan Djukanovic told Serbian state television (RTS) that the most important thing is to create the conditions for continuation of the dialogue that should result in final signing of an agreement on full normalization of relations between Belgrade and Pristina.
Djukanovic said in the RTS morning news that the UNMIK announcement came with a delay, and it indicated that UNMIK did not have the same kind of data as the Kosovo police.
“It seems to me that in some ways this is an attempt of UNMIK to distance itself and say that it has nothing to do with this action that was conducted last week,” Djukanovic said.
This comes ahead of the UNSC session, when it will discuss what happened on Tuesday in Kosovo, reported RTS.
“It is very important to hear about the objective situation, to point out the action when ROSU entered the north of Kosovo, but based on experience, we cannot expect spectacular results,” Djukanovic said.
According to him, the United States, Great Britain and France will distance themselves on one side, and on the other will be Russia and China, and whether there will be a joint statement on the subject it is uncertain.
“I think it’s significant to talk about it, especially in the UN, but I do not expect a significant result,” said Djukanovic.