“The head of Serbia’s government Office for Kosovo said on Monday that Pristina’s officials could come to Serbia if they referred to the agreements regulating visits and if their titles existed according to international rules, the Beta news agency reported.

 Marko Djuric told the Belgrade daily Vecernje novosti that all those officials could ‘freely move around their country. But the so-called foreign or interior minister cannot since the southern province does not have those posts.’

Belgrade has recently banned Kosovo’s Foreign Minister Behgjet Pacolli from visiting Serbia’s south-western town of Novi Pazar, the capital of the Sandzak region, mostly populated by the Bosniaks.Pacolli was supposed to come on the invitation by a Bosniaks’ leader Sulejman Ugljanin, but said he would not come if Belgrade did not approve the visit.” (N1)