Serbian government prepares letter to UN regarding Kosovo

The Serbian government is “preparing a letter to be sent to the UN secretary general”,  concerning the crisis in Kosovo.

Tthe government is warning that the Priština authorities were making statements about taking over administrative line crossings that were announcing violence.

The letter, also addressed to UN Security Council members, says that statements made by Kosovo Albanian authorities about what would be taking place after September 15 – when an agreement reached between Belgrade and KFOR expires – represents an implicit announcement of use of force, that jeopardizes the security in Kosovo and in the wider region.

It also jeopardizes the dialogue held between representatives of Belgrade and Priština being held under EU mediation, notes the letter, according to the newspaper.

In it, the government also points out that the responsibility for the possible implementation of violent and unilateral acts lies on Priština and international institutions that have the mandate to secure peace and security in Kosovo and Metohija.

The government at the same time “calls on the UN, EU and NATO to undertake appropriate measures in line with their powers, remove the threat of violence and secure conditions for continued dialogue”.

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