Text of report in English by independent internet news agency KosovaLive
Prishtina [Pristina], 9 June: The head of UNMIK [UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo] Soeren Jessen-Petersen said today that the enemies of independence will be very happy when they see the protests of the Self-Determination Movement on the streets of Prishtina, while Prime Minister Agim Ceku said that at this crucial time all should be responsible not to prolong the process of Kosova's independence.
Jessen-Petersen and Ceku made those comments at a meeting which was held during the time of police interventions against protestors.
"I simply do not understand what these people (Self-Determination Movement protesters) are doing. I think they are lost. I think they are misguided and clearly they are not working in the interest of Kosova," he [unspecified] said.
"The enemies of independence must be very happy with what is happening in front of UNMIK HQ. We do not need anything that will distract attention from the status process," he said.
Jessen-Petersen said that UNMIK is doing its job in helping the people and the institutions of Kosova. He also said that he feels proud of the job UNMIK has been doing in Kosova.
Source: KosovaLive website, Pristina, in English 9 Jun 06