Office for Kosovo-Metohija

Telephone numbers in Kosovo-Metohija unchanged - gov't office

BELGRADE - Domestic charges apply - and will apply - to telephone traffic between central Serbia and Kosovo-Metohija, and the +383 geographic area code will not be required for calls in the Telekom Srbija landline and mobile networks, in spite of politically-motivated statements by the Pristina regulatory body, the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija said in a statement on Tuesday.

Djuric: 2018 must be year of development for Kosovo Serbs

ZVECAN - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Marko Djuric, says 2018 must be a year of development for Kosovo-Metohija Serbs - politically, economically and culturally.

"It must be a year in which our institutions will be revitalised in all segments;" Djuric told Zvecan-based Most TV in an interview.

Djuric: Serbia to seek review of Kosovo privatisations

BELGRADE - Serbia will seek, and insist on, a review of the privatisations carried out in Kosovo-Metohija, which were illegal, criminal, robbery-like and contrary to domestic and international legislation and regulations, the head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Marko Djuric said on Monday.

Gov't adopts decision to form working group for Kosovo dialogue

BELGRADE - The Serbian government on Monday adopted a decision to form a working group to provide support for an internal dialogue on Kosovo-Metohija.

The director of the Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Marko Djuric, was appointed head of the group, whose work will involve all ministries of the Serbian government, the government press office said in a statement.

Djuric: We have no implementation partner in Pristina

BELGRADE - Serbia is fully committed to solving the great, generational problem in Kosovo-Metohija peacefully and through dialogue, but Belgrade has no partner in Pristina for implementation of agreements reached, the head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Marko Djuric, told a Belgrade Security Forum panel on Friday.

Djuric: Brussels losing authority in Pristina

BELGRADE - Brussels is losing authority in Pristina, says the head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Marko Djuric, expressing the apprehension that the upcoming elections in Kosovo-Metohija will not only mean a waste of time in terms of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, but also introduce further political radicalisation.

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