BELGRADE – Serbia considers Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) an unalienable part of its territory and it wishes to continue the search for a solution to the Kosovo issue through peaceful means only, compromise and agreements, Chairman of the Serbian parliament Committee on KiM Milovan Drecun said in the talks with Chairman of the Russian State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee Alexey Pushkov.


Serbia’s foundation for the KiM status rests on UN Security Council Resolution 1244, Drecun underscored during the meeting of the Serbian parliament Committee on KiM and the delegation of the Russian State Duma Foreign Affairs Committee.

In the Brussels process aimed at normalisation of relations, Serbia has done all it can to help achieve a solution that would contribute to stabilisation of the situation in KiM, Drecun said. A disturbing fact lies in the obstruction Pristina is imposing in the implementation of the key section of the Brussels agreement embodied in the constitution of the Community of Serbian municipalities, he said.

Pushkov underscored that the stability in the Balkans bears exceptional importance because instability in the region is frequently reflected in the rest of the world. Speaking about the unilaterally declared independence of KiM, Pushkov said that the current status of KiM has rendered international law relative.