Jessen-Petersen to Belgrade : bring an end to the policy of boycott
On the opening of the two-day meeting on the Strategy and Action Plan for the
Return of Communities, both UNMIK Chief and Kosovo PM Agim Çeku called
on the associations of the displaced to come up with concrete
recommendations on the issue, dailies report.
According to Koha Ditore, Jessen-Petersen used the opportunity to call on
Belgrade for altering its approach and allow the involvement of K-Serbs in the
Kosovo institutions. “We are here today to lay the foundations for the return.
The Belgrade policy operates in different directions. I appeal on Belgrade
to act in the interest of the people of Kosovo” said Jessen-Petersen.
The paper also report that the SRSG also reiterated the importance
of addressing the main concerns of the minority communities as personal
safety, access to commercial and agricultural property, health care, water
Serb news agency Tanjug reports that UNMIK Head Søren Jessen-Petersen was concerned over the continuing requests by Belgrade to Kosovo Serbs to boycott provincial institutions. “We are here to lay the foundations for the return. Belgrade’s policy is directed in the opposite direction.
I appeal to Belgrade to work in the interest of the people of Kosovo,” said Jessen-Petersen at the opening of the workshop in Pristina on the
new Strategy and Action Plan for Communities and Return.
Kosova Sot headlined Jessen-Petersen attacks Belgrade