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China will not support Kosovo membership in Interpol (Tanjug, B92)

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China did not change its stance and will not support the admission of Kosovo to Interpol, Serbian media reported today. This was stated during the meeting of the Serbian Internal Affairs Minster Nebojsa Stefanovic and Head of the Chinese Delegation at the Interpol General Assembly session Duan Daqi.

During the meeting the head of the Chinese delegation reiterated China’s support to Serbia’s territorial integrity and unchanged stance on Kosovo request to join Interpol.

Minister Stefanovic warned that eventual admission of Kosovo to Interpol would lead to the misuse of this police organization and politics would replace the police work. He also recalled that a large number of Interpol member states last year decisively voiced opposition to the admission of Kosovo, and the delegates are brought into uncomfortable situation to vote on the same matter only 11 months since the last vote took place.  

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