Serbia’s FM in UN: Solution to Kosovo our national priority
Serbia attaches particular importance to the UN mission work in Kosovo and considers an agreement with Pristina as its national priority, Ivica Dacic, the country's Foreign Minister said in New York, the Beta news agency reported on Tuesday.
In his address to the Summit on Peace held in >> Pročitaj celu vest na sajtu N1 televizija << New York, marking Nelson Mandela's birth anniversary, Dacic said that “by defending its sovereignty and territorial integrity, Serbia defends the international law, the UN Charter, the preservation of the world peace and safety, but also its national and historical identity.”
“We believe that the presence of the neutral (UN mission) UNMIK in Kosovo in an unchanged scope is of an essential significance for the stability and the creation of conditions for finding a lasting and sustainable solution to Kosovo’s issue,” Dacic, who is a member of Belgrade delegation taking part in the UN General Assembly meeting, told the Summit.
He said “the goals and principles defined in the UN Charter are equally needed today,” adding that despite the world was changing rapidly “many of Mandela's aims are today’s topics as well.”
Dacic added Serbia supported the equal participation of the states in the system of global management and that Belgrade strongly condemned terrorism, all kinds of extremism and radicalism that put the peace in jeopardy.
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