Serbia requests UN Security Council session on Kosovo

In the wake of this week’s flare-up of tension and violence in northern Kosovo, Serbia has asked for a UN Security Council session dedicated to the problem, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Belgrade.

Serbia is yet to receive an answer from New York to the request, the ministry said.

Extraordinary sessions of the Council are called by the country holding the one-month presidency.

In July, that country is Germany.

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