Serbia to ask UN Security Council to condemn use of force in northern Kosovo

Serbia will on Monday ask the UN Security Council to condemn the unilateral use of force by the Kosovo Albanian authorities in northern, Serb areas of Kosovo.

This is according to Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić, who spoke in Banja Luka, RS, on Thursday.

“What happened in July in Kosovo was caused by the fact someone wished to send special forces to the north of Kosovo, and everything that happened afterwards was a consequence of that decision,” Jeremić said after his meeting with the president of the Serb Republic (RS) entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Milorad Dodik.

Dodik said that the issue of Kosovo was at this time the key question in the region, and that the RS would “in this context follow the position of Serbia”.

He noted that the Serb Republic would not give agreement for Bosnia to recognize Kosovo.

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