(Brussels, DTT-NET.COM)- New Kosovo Prime Minister is to make his first visit out of the UN administrated province since he took the post and visit top NATO and EU officials on Wednesday.
NATO officials told DTT-NET.COM that Agim Ceku is to meet with Secretary General of the alliance Jaap de Hoop Scheffer on Wednesday. The same day Kosovo PM is to meet with EU chief of diplomacy Javier Solana, officials from his cabinet said.
The visit of Ceku at NATO and EU headquarters comes at the time when talks between Kosovo and Serbia leadership have entered an important phase on the rights for Serbian minority in the province.
The visit is considered to be an opportunity for NATO and EU to show support of Ceku’s cabinet and especially urge him to speed up implementation of UN set standards on minority rights.
On Friday major international powers, US, EU and Russia urged Ceku’s government to make concessions on the self rule rights for Serbs of Kosovo at municipal level.
The issue was negotiated for the second time between Prishtina and Belgrade in Vienna, Austria.
UN mediators said that the second round held yesterday at Austrian capital showed good signals that deal is possible, but further meetings are needed to achieve some concrete results on the powers of current and new municipalities to be created for Serbian minority.