BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday that, as commander-in-chief of the Serbian Armed Forces, he would request that the Serbian government consider deciding in favour of relaunching joint military exercises with NATO.
Vucic announced this at a press conference after meeting with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Belgrade.
BELGRADE - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday in Belgrade establishment of a community of Serb-majority municipalities was key to normalisation of Belgrade-Pristina relations.
Speaking at a press conference after a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Stoltenberg called on Belgrade and Pristina to continue dialogue as it was the only path to peace.
PRISTINA - A commander-level meeting between delegations of Kfor Regional Command West and East and the Serbian Armed Forces (SAF) was held at Camp Villaggio Italia near Pec. Kosovo-Metohija on Thursday "in the framework of the periodic cooperation meetings, provided for by the directions for implementation of the temporary operating procedures agreement," Kfor has announced.
BRUSSELS - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday evening that, under UNSCR 1244, Kfor and NATO had no right to support the creation of an army of the so-called Kosovo.
Vucic was speaking to reporters in Brussels after a series of meetings with European officials about the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.
GENEVA - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said in Geneva on Monday 210,284 people - mostly Serbs, but also other non-Albanians like Roma, Ashkali and Gorani - had been forced to leave their homes in Kosovo-Metohija due to ethnic hatred.
Addressing the UNHCR Executive Committee, Dacic said that, according to UNHCR figures, only 12,707 IDPs had returned to Kosovo-Metohija.