KOSOVO SERB DELEGATION AT THE UN
SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING

New York, June 9, 2000

One year after the end of the war the freedom in Kosovo has come only for Kosovo Albanians. Serbs, Romas, Slav Moslems, Croats and Gorans live under intensive Albanian discrimination, repression, exposed to everyday terrorist attack. One year after, despite the presence of NATO and UN Mission Kosovo remains a lawless territory ruled by hatred and organized crime. Kosovo Serb Delegation visited New York in order to demonstrate their most serious concern for the failure of UNMIK and KFOR to implement the UNSC Resolution 1244 and to request urgent measures to prevent the terror and attacks of Kosovo Albanians.


Kosovo Serb Delegation in the Security Council

UN Security Council Meeting, NYC June 9: From left to right: Dr. Rada Trajkovic (SNC), Obrad Kesic (ICN), Milan Pavlovic (Bishop's political advisor), Fr. Vasiliy Delic, Bishop Artemije, Fr. Dejan Krstic, UN Secretary General Kofi Anan, Randjel Nojkic (SNC), Fr. Iriney Dobryevich (Serbian Orthodox Church Reperesentative in Washington DC)

The Stetement of Bishop Artemije

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