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UNMIK Head invites Serbian leaders to trilateral meeting on Kosova

Michael Steiner, the head of the UN civilian administration in Kosova (UNMIK), announced in Prishtina on 3 March that he has invited Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic and the Serbian government's coordinator for Kosova, Nebojsa Covic, for trilateral talks with representatives of UNMIK and of Kosova's institutions, RFE/RL's South Slavic and Albanian Languages Service reported. Kosovar Prime Minister Bajram Rexhepi welcomed the invitation, saying he will head the province's delegation if Djindjic heads the Serbian delegation, according to Tanjug news agency. Covic also reacted positively to the invitation but added that the agenda proposed by Steiner should also include the return of Serbs to Kosova, decentralization, and security. UB


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