Parliament committee on Kosovo to conveneSource: Beta, Tanjug
BELGRADE -- Chairman of the Serbian Parliament's Committee on Kosovo and Metohija Ljubomir Kragović has scheduled a session of this body for Tuesday.
Committee members are expected to consider a report about the Serbian government's activities aimed at stabilizing the situation in Kosovo from November 1, 2011 until January 31 this year.
This is a regular report which the government submits to the parliament to inform it about the activities that are being undertaken to stabilize the situation in Kosovo.
Kragović told Tanjug that he extended an invitation to Prime Minister Mirko Cvetković, Minister for KiM Goran Bogdanović, chief negotiator in the Belgrade-Priština dialogue Borislav Stefanović, and voiced expectation that all invitees will take part in today's meeting.
"Several options, all referencing 1244"On Monday, Borislav Stefanović stated that Serbia was not giving up on references to UN Security Council Resolution 1244 when it came to Kosovo's representation in regional gatherings, Beta news agency is reporting.
"There are several options, and each one includes a reference to Resolution 1244, and then we'll see," Stefanović told Beta.
He said Belgrade was continuing its everyday consultations with the international community in the hope that a mutually acceptable solution mentioning Resolution 1244 will be found.
"Priština is refusing everything, the situation is still, unfortunately, like that, but we are not alone with Priština in the negotiating process, luckily, because if we were, there would likely never be any agreement," said Stefanović.
Stefanović said there were no new details on a date to resume the Kosovo talks, and that there may be new information this week.