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Balkans

CHEPURIN ANNOUNCED 12. 06. 2018.   >>  16:39 0

CHEPURIN ANNOUNCED

Possible deeper involvement of Russia in the Kosovo issue

Russian Ambassador Aleksandr Chepurin has announced the possibility of his country getting "even more deeply involved" in resolving the Kosovo problem.

In an op-ed for the Belgrade newspaper Politika published on Tuesday - and penned on the occasion of Russia's Statehood Day - Chepurin said that Belgrade is, when it comes to Kosovo, about to face "ultimatum pressure from traditional Serb-haters" - and that Russia has been and will be on the side of Serbia.
 "Our position remains unchanged - we will support the decision which Serbia and the Serb people will consider acceptable to themselves. We are proceeding from the Resolution (1244) of the (UN) Security Council forming the legal basis for an agreement," the Russian ambassador to Serbia stated.

He pointed out that parallels are being made unjustifiably between Kosovo and Crimea, because these are "two completely different stories" - since Crimea separated "in accordance with the UN Declaration of 1970."

"The Crime issue is definitely closed, Crimea is Russia, and Kosovo is Serbia. It's not just a slogan, it's the legal reality that must be respected," Chepurin said.

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