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Dačić: Status-neutral engagement of the Council of Europe in Kosovo (RTS)

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At a meeting in Sofia, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić said that for Serbia the only acceptable engagement of the Council of Europe in Kosovo was the status-neutral, with respect of the UN Security Council resolution 1244.

Dačić said, addressing the participants of 126th ministerial meeting of the Council of Europe in Sofia that he expected the Council of Europe would continue to adhere to its consistent principled stance.

He noted that it was undisputed that Europe was on the great test of tolerance and solidarity in many fields, and that hardly it can overcome all the difficulties it faced without the both.

“In this spirit, may I remind you of constructiveness which Serbia has demonstrated by accepting the interactions of the Council of Europe with the provisional institutions of Self-Government in Kosovo and Metohija in their functional capacity,” said Dačić.

According to him, the higher goal in this case represents Serbia’s assurance that activities of the Council of Europe in Kosovo should continue because of effective implementation of the principles and standards in the field of democracy, human and minority rights, the rule of law and protection of cultural heritage.


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