Serbian diplomats ordered to "unmask" ex-OSCE mission head

Serbian diplomats have been instructed to use every opportunity on the international scene to inform world officials about the true role of William Walker.

Source: Vecernje novosti
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Walker is the former head the OSCE verification mission in Kosovo.

The daily Vecernje Novosti said it learned that "agreement in principle" was reached during Thursday's government session to "consider a series of moves and measures that Serbia could take after the former US diplomat who is considered the creator of the Racak case announced a plan to realize the 'Greater Albania' project."

One of the measures under consideration is to ban Walker from entering Serbia, the daily added.

The report recalled that initial political steps have already been taken, as Serbia's justice minister, Nela Kuburovic, will speak about the Walker case before the UN Security Council on Tuesday, while Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has sent a letter to the OSCE, on whose behalf Walker acted in Kosovo in the late 1990s.

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