“According to the reports, the chairman of Interpol rejected the request of Serbia and five member states for the General Assembly to take a vote on removing from the agenda the vote on membership of so-called Kosovo in Interpol.

Thus, at the beginning of the session on Monday, the chairman refused to include in the agenda the request supported by Serbia, China, Spain, Cyprus, Argentina, and Suriname.

Because of such a decision by top representatives of the General Assembly, members had no opportunity to declare themselves on putting the application for membership by so-called Kosovo on the agenda, since they exclusively voted on the agenda in its entirety, as proposed by the Executive Committee.” (B92)