The UN Security Council on Tuesday, August 21st, will consider the latest report of UN Secretary General about Kosovo in which he called Belgrade and Pristina to be constructive in overcoming of difficulties in the implementation of the agreement reached in the dialogue.
In the report for the period from, April to 16th up to July 15th, Ban Ki-moon welcomed the peaceful maintenance of Serbian presidential and parliamentary elections, estimating that this indicates a maturity of the political leaders on both sides. He particularly praised the partners in Kosovo, OSCE as well as KFOR and EULEX for the essential contribute for successful implementation of voting in Kosovo.
UN Secretary-General welcomed clear statements of Tomislav Nikolic which confirms Serbia's commitment to fully respect all reached agreements in the dialogue with Pristina.
Stating that he is satisfied with the concrete results of dialogue, Ban Ki-moon, however, expressed his concern about the difficulty in implementing some of the reached agreements.
He also estimated that the absence of wide consensus greatly complicates the achievement of the necessary compromises in the problem solving process between Belgrade and Pristina.
UN Secretary-General indicates that situation in northern Kosovo remains fragile and requires caution and restraint by all sides in order to reduce the possibility of "regressive political development or instability". He therefore expressed his concern about the reaction of the Kosovo police during a series of incidents that followed the celebration of Vidovdan, stating that a lack of action "raises serious questions about police capability to deal with the emergency situations and gain the trust of the public". In the report also were highlighted the challenges faced by minority communities in all parts of Kosovo, and the need for better response from institutions, especially the police, which is as estimated, for essential increasing of the returnees in Kosovo.
On the session will speak the Prime Minister of Serbia, Ivica Dacic, there will attended and Serbian Foreign Minister, Ivan Mrkic, and as Kosovo medias reported in UN Security Council session in New York will attended and Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci, transmits Kim radio.
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