PRISTINA/THESSALONIKI, May 4 (Hina) - Attending the summit of the Southeast European Cooperation Process (SEECP) in Thessaloniki on Thursday, the UN Civil Administrator in Kosovo, Sorren Jessen-Petersen, advocated Kosovo's permanent integration with the process of cooperation in the region.
Jessen-Petersen and Kosovo President Fatmir Sejdiu attended the SEECP summit on Wednesday and Thursday in Thessaloniki.
According to a statement issued by the UN Mission in Kosovo, the civil administrator used this opportunity to hold talks with the presidents of Serbia and Montenegro and Macedonia and the prime ministers of Croatia, Greece and Albania.
Addressing the participants in the summit, Jessen-Petersen stressed the importance of the participation of Kosovo's delegation in the summit, adding it was important that Kosovo participated in regional initiatives and activities.
The summit was also attended by the UN chief negotiator for Kosovo's status, Martti Ahtisaari.