Solutions close, but not ideal – Belgrade team chief

Belgrade team chief Borislav Stefanović stated Sunday solutions for the Jarinje and Brnjak administrative crossings were close but that they would not be ideal.

Source: Dnevnik, Tanjug

He added that the solutions would not fully correspond to Serbia's needs and goals.

The team head pointed out that the issue of administrative crossings was being discussed with EU facilitator Robert Cooper as well as UNMIK representatives and "friends from Beijing and Moscow."

Stefanović said that talks would be completed very soon, adding that he believed they would be acceptable for Serbia and applicable in the field, Novi Sad-based daily Dnevnik has reported.

However, he warned that the solution would not be ideal, which was the essence of the international moment Serbia was in.

"All the good solutions for Serbia were possible prior to June 1999. As of that moment, we are moving within the domain of what we can, and not what we want," Stefanović underlined.


Russian foreign ministry defends ambassador

The Russian Foreign Ministry has stated that Ambassador Aleksandr Konuzin's presence at a Serb Progressive Party (SNS) rally was common diplomatic practice.

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N. Kosovo Serbs continue to keep watch

The barricade set by Serbs at the administrative line in front of the Brnjak crossing on Saturday is now over two meters high.

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