Dialogue with Priština to continue on Sept. 2
BELGRADE -- The talks between Belgrade and Priština will be continued on September 2, Deputy Prime Minister Božidar Đelić said at a press briefing on Tuesday in Belgrade.
Božidar Đelić (Tanjug, file)
He said that "some want to undermine Serbia's position in Europe and worldwide".
“The recent events in Kosovo should be viewed in that context. We will do everything in our power to reach a compromise over the issue of customs stamps, but under no condition will we cross the red lines of our state policy,” Đelić said.
The incidents that happened in Kosovo were rather dramatic, and illustrate that unilateral decisions have no effect and cannot produce a solution, he said.
“We stand ready to do everything within our power to find a solution for Kosovo's representation in the international organizations, but it has to be in line with Serbia's state interests,” Đelić added.
The dialogue between Serbian government representatives and those of the Kosovo Albanians started in March, and is being held in Brussels.
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PRIŠTINA -- African countries Guinea-Conakry and Niger have recognized Kosovo, says Deputy Kosovo Albanian PM Behgjet Pacolli.
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NOVI SAD -- League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV) leader Nenad Čanak says he finds "the dilemma about the potential choice between Kosovo and the EU to be unclear".
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BELGRADE -- Deputy PM and Interior Minister Ivica Dačić says Serbia cannot use its national interests as a bargaining chip in order to access the EU.
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Deputy PM, Interior Minister and SPS party leader Ivica Dačić on Monday called on politicians to show "tact" ahead of this year's Pride Parade in Belgrade.
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PRILUŽJE -- Villagers in the Serb enclave of Prilužje in Kosovo today held a one-hour protest gathering blocking a road leading to the construction site of a local bridge.
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BELGRADE -- A bus with 40 passengers was stopped at an administrative line between central Serbia and Kosovo and was not allowed to enter the province.