Selaković spoke with the president of the UN Security Council

15. Oct 2021.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Serbia, Nikola Selaković, met today in New York with the President of the United Nations Security Council, Kenyan Ambassador Martin Kimani, ahead of the session on the regular report of the UN Secretary General on the work of UNMIK.

Selaković informed his interlocutor about the latest series of attacks on the Serbian people in Kosovo and Metohija, emphasizing that in the last incursion of the special Pristina police into the north of the province, Srećko Sofronijević was seriously wounded by a bullet, and that 71-year-old Verica Đelić died as a result of chemicals used in the intervention.

According to Minister Selaković, Belgrade consistently keeps its position that dialogue is the only way to achieve sustainable solutions in Kosovo and Metohija and condemns the unilateral acts of Pristina.

The head of Serbian diplomacy also informed his interlocutor about the fact that Pristina has not implemented the Brussels Agreement for more than 101 months and that they refuse to enable the realization of its key element, which is the formation of the Association of Serbian Municipalities.

Selaković also conveyed to Kimani his impressions from the recently held gathering on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the non-aligned movement in Belgrade, emphasizing that it was probably the largest multilateral event in the world this year, after the UN General Assembly.

The Minister also conveyed to Ambassador Kimani that in Belgrade, on the sidelines of the NAM meeting, he met with the Secretary of State in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kenya, Ababu Namwamba, with whom he had a useful conversation on strengthening bilateral ties, and whom he thanked once again, on behalf of Serbia and its citizens, for Kenya's clear position on Kosovo and Metohija.