Big three to be solving Kosovo issue, EU out?

The request of President Vucic made at Monday's session of the UN Security Council dedicated to Kosovo would bring the UN back to the negotiating table.

Source: Vecernje novosti
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Belgrade daily Vecernje Novosti writes this on Wednesday.

Namely, during the meeting of the Council, Vucic requested a greater future role of the UN in the continuation of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.

The newspaper recalled that in the past, there had been demands for the process to return under the umbrella of the international body.

However, the article continued, this had been opposed by Brussels, under whose auspices the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue on the normalization of relations has been ongoing without success for eight years now.

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic told the newspaper that "now maybe the best moment for the Kosovo and Metohija issue to be returned under the auspices of the UN."

"It would be healing for the dialogue process, and hopefully we could come up with a mutually acceptable solution that would be guaranteed, along with our strong allies Russia and China, by the US," he said.

Former Ambassador Milovan Bozinovic told the daily that it wqas evident the EU had no ideas on how to complete this dialogue, but that it also does not want to admit that the previous path was unable to bring results.


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