“The UN Security Council will convene on Wednesday in New York to discuss regular report on Kosovo by the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres despite request of some of the permanent countries the quarterly report on Kosovo be removed from regular agenda.
The United Kingdom, and United States, which held the presidency over the UN Security Council in August and September respectively, removed Kosovo from the agenda of that UN body stirring reaction of officials and Belgrade. The move was welcomed by Pristina who deem the UN Mission in Kosovo – UNMIK as necessary. On 1 November China, a country which does not recognise Kosovo’s independence, took over the UNSC presidency and has decided to have Kosovo back on the SC agenda.” (Gazeta Express)
“Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic will travel to New York on Wednesday for a session of the UN Security Council which will debate the two latest report on the situation in Kosovo, the Foreign Ministry said in a press release on Tuesday.
UNMIK chief Antonio Guterres will submit his quarterly report covering the July 16-October 15 period on the situation on the ground and the UN mission’s activities.
The Serbian Foreign Ministry said the UN Security Council would also debate the previous quarterly report (April 16-July 15) which was not presented to that body in August because Great Britain, which held the rotating presidency, did not include it on the agenda. ” (N1)