UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon met with Kosovo officials that “Kosovo institutions should coordinate their activities with the international missions”.
Ban said they should “coordinate with KFOR and EULEX in establishing peace in north Kosovo” – according to a statement issued in Priština.
Kosovo Albanian officials – including President Atifete Jahjaga, Prime Minister Hashim Thaci and Interior Minister Enver Hodzaj – conferred with Ban Ki-moon in New York on Sunday evening requesting help in the implementation of Priština’s measures in north Kosovo, reads the statement.
Ban “underlined that it is important to establish order and maintain stability in this part of Kosovo, and that open issues between Belgrade and Priština should be resolved through a dialogue”, said the release.
According to the statement issued by Jahjaga’s cabinet, “Ban stated that the Ahtisaari plan offers the best options for the Serbian community”.
The plan for Kosovo’s supervised independence was drawn up by a former UN envoy, but was rejected by Serbia, and was never adopted by the UN Security Council.