Diplomat Zoran Milivojević told Radio and Television of Serbia (RTS) that it is difficult to say whether there will be a discussion in the UN Security Council about Kosovo and Metohija.
“The West does not like the Security Council sessions. Holding it would confirm Serbia’s arguments and that issue would return to the Council through “a back door” and confirm Resolution 1244”, Milivojević pointed out.
Yesterday, Serbia submitted a request to the UN Security Council to convene an extraordinary session due to the situation in Kosovo and Metohija. The question is how difficult it will be to get nine votes in favour of the session.
In Milivojevic’s opinion, the West has privatized the issue of Kosovo and Metohija, and regardless of the outcome of the session, if it even takes place, it would in some way herald the change in the world’s attitude on this issue.
He also commented on the reactions after Pristina’s latest moves.
“In the US, the criticism of Kurti is verbal and there are no measures that would change his policy. The only thing that speaks in favour of the UN session taking place is that Kurti’s policy does not suit the West at the moment,” Milivojević noted.
“This process cannot be controlled in a way that suits Western interests. Without Serbia, nothing can be done in the region, so it is not in the West’s best interest to isolate Serbia,” Milivojević noted.
In the request for the urgent convening of the session, Serbia also underlined that since November 2022, armed formations of Albanians, whose very existence is contrary to Resolution 1244, have used illegal force against Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija a total of 98 times.
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