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KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - A member of the Serbian Gendarmerie who was detained at the Jarinje administrative crossing on Friday has been released from a police station in the south of Kosovska Mitrovica after several hours of questioning, the regional deputy chief of the so-called Kosovo Police told Tanjug.
BELGRADE - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic and his Spanish counterpart Jose Manuel Albares on Friday discussed bilateral relations and Serbia's EU path.
In a post on the social media network X, the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Dacic had had a telephone conversation with Albares to discuss "Serbia-Spain relations and Serbia's further steps on the path to the EU."
BELGRADE - The opportunity for Serbia to present the facts and explain the dramatic nature of the situation in Kosovo-Metohija is where the greatest significance of Thursday's UN Security Council session lies, says Milovan Drecun, outgoing head of the Serbian parliamentary committee on Kosovo-Metohija.
NEW YORK - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in the UN Security Council on Thursday evening Serbia was no one's puppet, but an independent, sovereign and freedom-loving country.
He said this at the end of the UN body's special session on Kosovo-Metohija, in response to a speech by Pristina's PM Albin Kurti.
The member of the Presidency of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, Besa Kabashi-Ramaj, has said that Serbia has superiority in the United Nations where the session of the UN Security Council is being held, called by the Serbian president, Aleksandar Vucic.
Kabashi-Ramaj said that Serbia has superiority in the UN since it is a member and Kosovo is not yet.
The Prime Minister of Serbia stated that Vui proved for the first time in front of the whole world that everything that Albin Kurti is doing in Kosovo and Metohija is a crime against humanity. On the occasion of the resolution of the European Parliament, Brnabi said that the opposition is fighting to abolish what our ancestors died for more than a century ago.
In the interview, Putin said, among other things, that he has no intention of attacking Poland, and that starting a global war is against common sense.
He added that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, after winning the presidential elections in 2019, should have "led Ukraine towards peace", but then he changed his decision.