At a meeting in the Serbian government, Brnabic said that our country continuously contributes to world peace, security and respect for international law by participating in UN and EU multinational operations.
The Prime Minister pointed out that the United Nations is the most important international organisation for Serbia and that we rely on its influence in terms of preserving the original values of the Charter, especially the section on respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty and Security Council Resolution 1244.
The continuation of engagement of UNMIK in an undiminished scope and with an unchanged mandate is of crucial importance for Serbia.
The Prime Minister said that timely, proper and visible reactions of the UN to numerous incidents, provocations and unilateral acts of Pristina are important, and in support of this she cited a number of examples of incidents that increase tensions.
Speaking about the continuation of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, she said that it is necessary for Pristina to fulfil all the obligations assumed under the Brussels Agreement.
Lacroix commended Serbia’s contribution to world peace and security through participation in multinational operations under the UN mandate, which often entail the existence of imminent danger.
Ziadeh said that she agrees that UNMIK faces numerous challenges and that she supports the continuation of the talks in Brussels in order to achieve constructive progress.