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29/06/2006

The commander of the Allied Joint Force Command Naples, Adm. Henry Ulrich, said on June 29, after a meeting in Leposavic with representatives of municipalities from northern Kosovo that the Alliance remained determined to preserve peace in the entire territory of Kosovo. Photo of Adm. Ulrich addressing reporters in Leposavic on June 29, 2006

29/06/2006

The foreign ministers of the G8 group of most developed countries and Russia on June 29 welcomed the direct negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina about the future status of Kosovo. Photo from the ministerial meeting of the G8 countries in Moscow on June 29, 2006

29/06/2006

The outgoing UNMIK chief, Soren Jessen-Petersen, said the status of Kosovo should be acceptable for the majority, but should also take into consideration the wishes of minorities. Photo of Jessen-Petersen speaking in the Kosovo Assembly in Pristina on June 29, 2006

28/06/2006

Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said on June 28 that Gracanica was "the right place for saying what every Serb has to know -- that Kosovo was and always will be a part of Serbia." Photo of Kostunica in Gracanica on June 28, 2006

28/06/2006

Serbian President Boris Tadic stated in Skopje on June 28 that Montenegro and Kosovo were two different issues and that he was against the organizing of an independence referendum in Kosovo. Photo of Tadic and Macedonian President Branko Crvenkovski, in Skopje on June 28, 2006

28/06/2006

The former foreign minister of the FR Yugoslavia, Goran Svilanovic, said on June 28 that the visit of Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica to London was an excellent move and added that Serbia "must not stand aside" during the solving of the future status of Kosovo. File photo of Svilanovic

27/06/2006

Serbian Patriarch Pavle served holy liturgy in Gracanica Monastery in Kosovo in the morning of June 28, dedicated to the Orthodox Christian holiday of St. Vitus' Day. Photo from the liturgy in Gracanica Monastery, on June 28, 2006

27/06/2006

Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica stated on June 27, after a meeting with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, that Serbia was advocating a compromise solution for Kosovo, but that it was not prepared to accept "an imposed compromise." Photo of Kostunica and Blair in London on June 27, 2006

27/06/2006

Kosovo President Fatmir Sejdiu stated on June 27, after a meeting with Albanian President Alfred Moisiu, that the Albanian population in Kosovo had to accept the Serb minority and live with them. Photo of Sejdiu's arrival in Tirana on June 27, 2006

26/06/2006

Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica will meet with British Prime Minister Tony Blair in London on June 27 during a two-day visit to Britain. File photo of Blair.

26/06/2006

Kosovo President Fatmir Seidiu will pay an official visit to Albania on June 27-28 at Albanian President Alfred Moisiu's invitation. File photo of Seidiu.

26/06/2006

UNMIK chief Soren Jessen-Petersen will return to Kosovo on June 27 to finish his mandate and say good bye to Kosovo's leadership and his associates. File photo of Jessen-Petersen.

25/06/2006

Serbian Premier Vojislav Kostunica begins a two-day visit to London, where he will discuss Kosovo with his British counterpart Tony Blair. File photo of Kostunica

25/06/2006

U.N. and U.S. Security Council officials voiced numerous requests that Kosovo's institutions need to fulfill, Kosovo Premier Agim Ceku said after returning from a visit to the U.S. File photo of Ceku

25/06/2006

Serbian Coordinating Center for Kosovo President Sanda Raskovic-Ivic and Foreign Minister Vuk Draskovic met separately with Doris Pack, head of the European Parliamentary delegation for South East Europe, on June 23. Picture shows Pack, Draskovic in Belgrade, June 23, 2006

22/06/2006

Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica received an invitation on June 22 from U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice to visit Washington, but did not state when he would travel to the U.S. Photo of Vojislav Kostunica after the Serbian government session, held in Kragujevac on June 22.

22/06/2006

A deputy of the European Parliament, Doris Pack, said on June 22, during a visit to both parts of Kosovska Mitrovica, that she noticed that the town was divided and that, as a German citizen, she was very disappointed with this division because she knew what it meant. Photo of Doris Pack.

22/06/2006

The general secretary of the Serbian Radical Party, Aleksandar Vucic, said on June 22 that the will of the majority of the population of Kosovo must not be used as an argument in the setting of the future status of the province. Photo of Aleksandar Vucic.

19/06/2006

The U.N. Security Council will hold a session on June 20 devoted to the situation in Kosovo, where outgoing UNMIK chief Soren Jessen-Petersen will talk about the implementation of standards. Photo from a Security Council session

19/06/2006

The Kosovo leaders on June 19, during talks with U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in Washington, said that they were working on building a modern, multi-ethnic Kosovo. Photo shows Rice with Sejdiu and Ceku in Washington

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FORUM

Speech by Don Shan Zefi, Chancellor

Opening of Interfaith Conference on Peaceful Coexistence and Dialogue
Monastery of Pec Patriarchate
Peja / Pec, May 2 - 3, 2006


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