Monday, November 21, 2005

Kosovo Serbs consider themselves a third party in talks (Zëri)

Kosovo Serbs are considering themselves a third party in talks for Kosovo’s
status, and they are only waiting for this to be formalised, Zëri reports. “We are a
third party and we are functioning like a third party in talks,” said SLKM leader
Oliver Ivanovic. “There is no need for us to ask Ahtisaari to consider us as a third
party, because the fact that he is calling for a separate meeting with us implies that
he already considers us a third party.”
The paper notes that K-Serb political representatives still haven’t arranged a
meeting with Ahtisaari and don’t have a clear picture of what is going to be
discussed.

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