Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Communities and Returns in Resignation Dalibor Jevtic talked to OSCE and UNHCR Heads of Mission in Kosovo, Erol Arduc and Jan Braathu.
The statement of the Ministry says that it was concluded that all institutions, as well as the Ministry of Communities and Returns, ” to understand seriously a call for help, and make a step forward so that the return process moves in the direction of the desired result,” reported KIM radio.
The statement stressed that the joint forces are needed in order to help families who want to return to Kosovo.
The meeting also discussed the position of Serbs and other non-majority communities in Kosovo, as well as the exercise of their rights.
Minister Jevtic said at a joint meeting that an unprecedented event in the village of Petric near Klina, near Pec, when the police banned the Serbs from celebrating the Holy Trinity.
“If we want success and when it comes to return, and when it comes to better life of Serbs but also and Albanians, this and similar cases must be eliminated because we live in a period when we need to build mutual trust and understanding in a different way,” Jevtic said.