Sunday, April 7, 2013

Gov't emergency meeting on Kosovo likely on Monday

BELGRADE - The Serbian government will most likely hold an emergency meeting on Monday to discuss a decision on the dialogue with Pristina, Tanjug learned at the Serbian government.

  As announced, consultations with heads of parliamentary groups in the Serbian parliament will be held before the government meeting. Rasim Ljajic, Serbia's deputy prime minister and minister of foreign and internal trade, said in Kragujevac earlier on Saturday that the Serbian government would most likely discuss Brussels' proposal concerning the issue of Kosovo-Metohija at an emergency meeting. Everyone in the government agrees that Brussels' proposal is bad, that it does not satisfy the interests of Serbs in Kosovo Metohija, especially those in northern Kosovo, he noted.

 “The question is what the consequences of one or the other decision would be, and we are considering these possible consequences,” Ljajic said, underlining the importance for unity of all participants in the decision-making process. “There is no good solution, and whatever we decide, we will regret later,” Ljajic said. Photo Tanjug, N. Milosevic

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