Monday, September 19, 2005

Raskovic Ivic: Kosovo Serbs to be part of Serbian delegation in status talks (Koha Ditore)

Koha Ditore quotes Sanda Raskovic-Ivic, head of the Coordination Centre for Kosovo (CCK), as saying that in talks on Kosovo’s future status the Serbian delegation must be united, comprised of representatives of Kosovo Serbs and authorities from Belgrade.

‘We must be united when it comes to the participation of Serbs in the provisional institutions of Kosovo. The line along which we must gather is Kosovo, and not political parties,’ said Raskovic-Ivic. She also added that the efforts of Albanians and individuals in the international community to divide Serbs that cooperate and those that don’t cooperate, were dangerous.

According to Belgrade-based Beta news agency, Raskovic-Ivic will visit Kosovo next week where she will meet representatives of Kosovo Serbs, ‘in efforts to reconcile different positions.’


Anonymous said...

...and your point is?

Chris Blaku said...

The different positions in need of reconciliation being the fact that Serbians in Kosova would rather be viewed as human beings rather than political points.