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Importance of implementation of OSCE Mission activities in Kosovo

Ivica Dačić and Jan Bratu; Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia
BELGRADE – Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić and Head of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo (OMIK) Ambassador Jan Bratu Tuesday discussed the current and future activities of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo.

Serbia highlighted the good cooperation achieved with OMIK and in this context commended the OMIK activities in support of holding the elections for the President of Serbia in Kosovo, which were held on 2 April this year.

Dačić and Bratu pointed to the importance of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo, as well as to the importance of implementation of its activities under its mandate and in a status neutral manner, according to a statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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