President's meeting with OSCE commissioner canceled
BELGRADE -- Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić's meeting planned on Monday in Belgrade with OSCE's Knut Vollebaek has been canceled.
Vollebaek is Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) high commissioner on national minorities.
The meeting will not be held "due to a flight cancellation", the president's press office said.
Marko Đurić, adviser to the Serbian president, told Tanjug earlier in the day that Nikolić and Vollebaek would discuss "human rights of all citizens of Serbia in the entire territory of the country".
The were also to discuss "further cooperation and the work of the OSCE Office in Belgrade", according to Đurić.
ponedeljak 21.01.2013 | 17:02 | Source: B92, Beta, RTS, Tanjug | Comments: (46) | Send comment
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