Deputy Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija Dusan Kozarev said this on Monday, and added:
"Belgrade has fulfilled all the obligations from the First Brussels Agreement, while Pristina and its chief negotiator Avni Arifi use mindless excuses in their persistent efforts to find justification for unilaterally avoiding the continuation of the dialogue," Kozarev said.
BELGRADE - The deputy head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Dusan Kozarev, on Monday presented to Chaloka Beyani, UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Internally Displaced Persons, the concept of the Sunny Valley returnee settlement in Kosovo-Metohija and the obstacles to a greater sustainable return of IDPs.
The concept of the Sunny Valley returnee settlement in Kosovo has been presented a UN special rapporteur.
GRACANICA - The deputy head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Dusan Kozarev has expressed confidence that the decisions in favour of Kosovo's admission to European and world football's governing bodies UEFA and FIFA will be annulled because the truth, justice and the law are on the side of the Football Association of Serbia (FSS).
GORA - There is no need to discriminate against citizens in Kosovo-Metohija who have passports issued by the Coordination Administration of the Serbian Interior Ministry, Dusan Kozarev, deputy head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija, said Friday after the European Commission proposed lifting visa requirements for travellers from Kosovo.
BRUSSELS - Head of the Serbian government office for Kosovo Marko Djuric said after a meeting on Friday, held as part of the talks on the normalisation of relations with Pristina, that the main goal of the meeting had been to find ways to make life easier for the people in Kosovo.
BRUSSELS - The Belgrade-Pristina dialogue between working groups began in Brussels on Friday morning, and the Belgrade delegation is headed by Director of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) Marko Djuric.
GORAZDEVC- A commemoration was held in Gorazdevac, northwestern Kosovo, on Wednesday to commemorate two Serb youths, Ivan Jovovic and Pantelija Dakic, killed in a terrorist attack by ethnic Albanian extremists 11 years ago.
Officials of the Serbian government office for Kosovo Dusan Kozarev and Zeljko Jovic attended the commemoration.