EU harmonizes position on Serbian resolution
Belgrade starts working on a new, joint resolution with Spain and Greece.
7 September 2010 | 16:26 | Source: B92, Beta
| BELGRADE -- EU member-states have principally adopted “guidelines” forthe harmonization of positions with Serbia ahead of the upcoming debate in the UN General Assembly.|
According to them, the document does not mention either Kosovo’s unilateral secession or negotiations on all open issues, which Serbia has requested.
These “guidelines” will be presented to Serbian President Boris Tadić by EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton in order to add them or “make” harmonized positions of the EU and Serbia, to use for discussing the issue of Kosovo in the UN General Assembly.
The EU member-states that have recognized the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo made it clear that the document’s content is not in any way questioning their position that Kosovo is an independent state.......
Tuesday, September 7, 2010