Pristina, August 29, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
UNO Security Council will discuss the situation in Kosovo today.
This session will present the quarterly report of the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon, in which he demands for the talks between Kosovo and Serbia to continue, IBNA reports.
In this meeting, Kosovo’s delegation will be led by the Foreign Minister, Enver Hoxhaj.
He’s expected to seek the support of the member countries of the Security Council to pressure Serbia into respecting the Brussels’ Agreement, the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Kosovo, remove its parallel structures from Kosovo, respect people’s freedom of movement and contribute in order to shed light upon the fight of missing people.
Meanwhile, Serbia’s delegation will be led by Ivica Dacic, Foreign Minister of this country. He will be accompanied by the head of the Office for Kosovo in the Serb government, Marko Djuric.
Officials of this country are expected to accuse Kosovo about the problems that Serbs face in Kosovo.
Meanwhile in the previous report, UN Secretary General had pointed out that there are still several challenges in the implementation of the Brussels Agreement between Kosovo and Serbia.
This month, the Security Council is chaired by Great Britain. /ibna/