UN Security Council meeting on Kosovo on August 28

A meeting of the UN Security Council where a report by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on the situation in Kosovo will be presented will be held on August 28, Tanjug has learned at the UN headquarters in New York.

(kosovocompromisestuff) Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Ban stated in his regular quarterly report for the period between April 23 and July 15 that the authorities in Belgrade and Pristina should work to find the truth about missing persons and war crimes. Ban commended the efforts to bring the relations between Belgrade and Pristina back to normal and added that the painful issues left after the war needed solutions, according to the report, which The press obtained access to. There are still 1726 missing persons, Ban stated in the report, adding that international support to all sides and involvement in Kosovo were still crucial. Besides operational support in the implementation of agreements, it is very important for the international community to remain determined in the process of reconciliation and healing of the wounds from the past, the secretary general said.Ban noted, calling on all international organizations in Kosovo to work with the UN.