Friday, January 26, 2007

Macedonia does not Change its Stand on Kosovo Issue

Skopje. Two days before the proposal on Kosovo’s final status is announced in Vienna, Macedonian Security Council has held a session. After the sitting President Branko Crvenkovski and PM Nikola Gruevski said the country’s stability and security were not infringed. Despite that, the institutions will monitor the situation in the Macedonia, the Macedonian Utrinski Vesnik writes.
The PM refused to state Macedonia’s stand on Kosovo issue but President Crvenkovski said the country retained its position, i.e. Macedonia will support international community’s proposal, which should be accepted by both Belgrade and Pristina.

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