Friday, May 13, 2005

Jessen-Petersen is disappointed with Belgrade’s position

Koha Ditore reports on the front page that UNMIK chief Søren Jessen-Petersen is disappointed with reports that Belgrade officials have told Kosovo Serbs not to participate in Kosovo institutions. He has reportedly called for an official explanation from Belgrade about their position on this matter.

According to Koha, the SRSG said, ‘I am very disappointed from what I have seen in the media and I want to emphasize the following: I have seen in the media that Belgrade has once again discouraged Kosovo Serbs to be part of dialogue and part of Kosovo institutions’. He added that there seemed to be ambiguities over what was said at the Serbian State Council for Kosovo.

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