UN Security Council to hold session on Kosovo today
The UN Security Council will hold a session today to discuss the most recent report of Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on the situation in Kosovo.
Kosovo will be represented in the meeting by President Vjosa Osmani.
This will be the second session of the Council on Kosovo to be held this year, with the first one taking place in April. Klan
Meanwhile, Teuta Sahatqija, Kosovo’s former consul in New York, criticized Osmani for deciding to take part in the session. Sahatqija argued that a lower-ranking official should have represented Kosovo to “show Russia and UNMIK that this mission is futile”.
At the same time, Radio Free Europe quoted President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic saying he believed the forthcoming session of the UN Security Council will not solve anything in Kosovo. “I don’t think there will be any solution because whatever the Albanians do, they always have the support of the ‘big five. We can expect support from Russia and China and some smaller countries but this will not change things on the ground,” he said.