Djuric calls for UN resolution leading to reconciliation, equal treatment of all victims

NEW YORK - Serbian Ambassador to the UN Marko Djuric called on UN Security Council member states on Tuesday to draft a new resolution on Srebrenica that would have the consensus of all three entities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, lead to progress and reconciliation and give equal treatment to all victims of the war in the former Yugoslavia.

Dacic: As things stand,Russia has secured UNSC session on Bosnia and Herzegovina

BELGRADE - As things stand, Russia has secured the holding of an extraordinary UN Security Council session on a draft Srebrenica resolution, Serbian Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic said on Monday.

The Serb member of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Presidency, Zeljka Cvijanovic, will most likely address the session via a video link, Dacic told Pink TV.

Drecun: Creators of Srebrenica draft resolution seem to have no certain majority

BELGRADE - Serbian MP Milovan Drecun said on Friday it seemed the creators of a UN General Assembly draft resolution on Srebrenica did not quite have a certain majority that would guarantee its adoption and needed more time to clarify it to countries that could vote for it but were "in a dilemma for some reason."

Vucic: I am not optimistic about thwarting resolution but we continue to fight

NEW YORK - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday in New York he had had discussions with representatives of Asian-Pacific UN member states earlier in the day to explain the reasons for Serbia's opposition to a UN General Assembly draft resolution on Srebrenica and that many of the countries had understood the reasons and said positions on the matter should be harmonised.