Serbian President Boris Tadić says the Kosovo problem needs a creative solution that would satisfy interests of Serbs, Albanians and interests of great powers.
“We need to find allies in this process. This problem has been internationalized and so we need to find a solution in the international field. The Kosovo issue is essentially decided by the great powers, the members of the Security Council, plus Germany,” Tadić said.
He said that some of the different solutions that had been proposed in the past, such as substantial autonomy or partition, were either outdated or did not have the support of key players in the international community.
“Now we have to consider other solutions – the models of Northern Ireland, South Tyrol, Aland Islands, or some solutions from the territory of former Yugoslavia,” the president was quoted as saying.