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For UN, Kosovo is not a state! Strong words by Guterres at the meeting with Brnabic: UNMIK remains (PHOTO)

We are committed to finding a solution and we do not want to freeze the conflict - said the Prime Minister of Serbia

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The Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, met last night in New York on the eve of addressing the General Assembly of the United Nations, with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. The meeting was attended by First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic.

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- For the United Nations, Kosovo is not a state - Guterres said during the conversation, and he added that the UN will support the agreement of Belgrade and Pristina regarding Kosovo and Metohija.

Prime Minister Brnabic said that Serbia is committed to the vision and missions of the United Nations.

- We believe that the UN should play a more active role in international relations - emphasized Brnabic.

Brnabic pointed out that Serbia is actively contributing to the UN's peace-keeping process and that more than 300 women and men from our country are participating in peacekeeping missions around the world.

Foto: Tanjug/AP/UN Photos

- It is in the interest of Serbia for UNMIK to stay on Kosovo and Metohija in unchanged numbers and without the change of mandate, which I also pointed out on the meeting of Action for Peace - the president of the government said.

- The UNMIK mission remains in Kosovo and Metohija - the UN Secretary-General Guterres said in a conversation.

Brnabic said that the President of the Republic of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, is leading the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, while Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic is actively working to convey to the world the message about everything that Serbia has done.

Foto: Vlada Srbije

- We are committed to finding a solution and we do not want to freeze the conflict - said the Prime Minister of Serbia.

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic repeated the invitation to Guterres to visit Serbia.

(Telegraf.co.uk)

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