“Western countries – the US, the UK, France, Germany and Italy – have met in Washington to discuss Belgrade and Pristina talks.

Western countries – the US, the UK, France, Germany and Italy – have met in Washington to discuss Belgrade and Pristina talks.

So far it has been thought that this normalization does not imply recognition of Kosovo by Serbia, but only a recognition of reality, that is, allowing the membership of Kosovo in the UN, which would allow Serbia to become a member of the EU.” (B92)


“Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said today in her interview with the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Anastasiadis, that relations between the two countries are based on solid friendship, historical closeness and solidarity of the two peoples and based on full understanding and mutual support in the protection of important national interests.

Prime Minister Brnabić stressed that full membership in the European Union is a strategic priority for Serbia, and that Serbia appreciates the unquestioned support of Cyprus to the European Integrations of Serbia.” (translated from Vecernje Novosti)


“The session will discuss the UN Secretary General Report on the work of UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) for the period from January 17 to April 15.

A regular, three-month Session of the United Nations Security Council on Kosovo and Metohija will be held in New York tomorrow, in which Serbia will be represented by Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic.

The session will discuss the UN Secretary General Report on the work of UNMIK for the period from January 17 to April 15.

In his presentation, Dacic will give a review of UN Secretary-General’s Report on the work of UNMIK during that period, ie, will outline our assessment of the current situation in Kosovo and Metohija and the functioning of UNMIK, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced.” (translated from Vecernje Novosti)