UN Security Council to discuss Kosovo

The regular quarterly report by the UN mission in Kosovo, UNMIK, will be presented to the UN Security Council in New York today.

In the latest report, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon warns about tensions and risks that threaten stability in Kosovo, and notes that there is not much room for dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina in the coming months.

The report states that the number of criminal acts directed against ethnic minorities in Kosovo has increased in the February-May 2012 period, compared to the same period last year.

At the previous session, on February 8, ambassadors of the UN Security Council member states called for the continuation of dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina and for efforts to arrive at a decision on the representation of Kosovo in regional forums, which was accomplished later in March.

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