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Today, on UN Security Council session on Kosovo and Metohija, Serbia is represented by Vučić

A United Nations Security Council session devoted to the six-month report of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on the work of UNMIK will be held today in New York, and Serbia will be represented by President Aleksandar Vučić.

Izvor: B92.net

Today, on UN Security Council session on Kosovo and Metohija, Serbia is represented by Vučić


The regular six-month report on the work of the UN Mission in Kosovo and Metohija will be presented by the special representative of the UN Secretary General and the head of UNMIK, Caroline Ziadeh.

The session will start at 10:00 a.m. Eastern American time, i.e. at 4:00 p.m. Central European time, and the session will be opened by the President of the Security Council for April, Vanessa Frazier. Pristina will be represented by the president of the temporary institutions, Vjosa Osmani.

In the regular report, which refers to the period from September 19, 2023 to March 15, 2024, Guterres stated that, despite some progress in the implementation of agreements reached with the mediation of the EU, tensions between Belgrade and Pristina have increased, and that the security situation in the north of Kosovo remained fragile.

At the same time, he pointed out that there was no progress towards the establishment of the Community of Serbian Municipalities despite diplomatic pressure and expressed concern about the implementation of the new regulations on payment transactions which, as he stated, affected the economic and social rights of Serbs and other non-majority communities.

He called for an urgent discussion on open issues within the EU-mediated dialogue, to ensure that the rights of all affected communities and the most vulnerable groups are protected.

Guterres strongly condemned, as he stated, the serious security incident on September 24 in Banjska, which led to the tragic loss of life, and called for the completion of the investigation and "bringing the perpetrators to justice without delay."

In October 2023, the last regular session of the UN Security Council on the work of UNMIK was held, while in February of this year, at the request of Serbia, and after the decision of the Pristina authorities to ban the use of dinars, an extraordinary session of the UN Security Council was held.

In addition to participating in the session of the Security Council, President Vučić will have talks with the chairperson of the UN Security Council, the permanent representative of Malta to the UN, Vanessa Frazier, as well as the permanent representative of the Russian Federation to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya.

During the day, President Vučić will also attend a reception organized by the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Serbia to the United Nations for permanent representatives of UN member states.

Vučić will also have a series of consultations and meetings with representatives of United Nations member states, in order to explain Serbia's position regarding the announced resolution on the genocide in Srebrenica.

He announced meetings with more than 120 permanent representatives of different countries in the UN and announced that a headquarters was formed in the Mission of Serbia to the United Nations in New York to deal with issues related to the attempt to adopt a resolution on Srebrenica and said that Serbia's chances are not great, but that will fight.

On the eve of his trip to New York, Vučić stated that the adoption of such a resolution will further damage relations in the region and that Serbia will fight with all its strength against the adoption of the resolution.


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