Serbian FM says Pristina is not respecting deals

Serbian Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkić called on Priština on Thursday to respect the agreements reached so far and asked the UN to stay in Kosovo and Metohija.

The UN is an “honest broker and a guarantor that the other side will not undermine the agreements already reached,” he told a UN Security Council session in New York dedicated to the latest report on Kosovo submitted by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Mrkić reiterated that Serbia has not recognized and will not recognize the unilaterally declared independence of its southern province, and expressed gratitude to the UN members who have done likewise.

He pointed to Priština’s obstructions in the implementation of the agreement on normalization of relations signed in Brussels on April 19, and warned that these must not be easily overlooked.

The Brussels agreement was signed so as facilitate the solution of questions of vital importance for all people in the province, hopeful that Priština would share our enthusiasm in overcoming the problems that we have been faced with far too long now, Mrkić said.

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