Balkans | Serbian President Vucic received the United Nations Special Envoy and Head of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).

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Balkans |  Serbian President Vucic received the United Nations Special Envoy and Head of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic received Caroline Ziada, Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and Head of the United Nations Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).

Serbian leader Vucic announced on his social media account that he had received the United Nations Special Envoy and Head of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) in the capital, Belgrade.

Noting that they had a very constructive meeting with Ziada, Vucic said, “I provided information about the problems, repression and security threats faced by the (Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti) Kurti regime.” Use the phrase.

Noting that Serbia is working to ensure peace and security in every way, Vucic noted that the provisions of the United Nations are also being respected in this way.

Vucic stressed that they agreed that the future of the Balkans will be improved through regional cooperation and economic development.

Ziada stated that he supported the dialogue process between Belgrade and Pristina, and stated that international institutions related to the Kosovo issue should be informed from the field.

Relations between Serbia and Kosovo

Although Kosovo is recognized as an independent country by 117 countries, it is described as one of Europe’s “frozen conflict zones” due to persistent ethnic tensions in its north and its inability to become a member of the United Nations.

Serbia considers Kosovo, which unilaterally declared its independence in 2008, to be its territory.

Serbia and Kosovo, which clash periodically, are trying to find a common way to normalize relations, and eventually for the two countries to recognize each other, within the framework of the dialogue process between Belgrade and Pristina, which began in 2011 with mediation. from the European Union (EU).

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