According to the parliamentary elections in Serbia, Kosovo conflict returns to the agenda of world politics
While in Belgrade after the double-edged outcome of the parliamentary elections last Sunday, the power struggles begin to form a new government, the UN intermediary in Kosovo conflict, Martti Ahtisaari, will present its long-awaited proposal for the future of the controversial province next Friday in Vienna. Of course, especially one seems: In the coming weeks, not only in Kosovo itself is a hard political conflict before, but also at international level. While the US diplomacy is positioned with emphatically on the part of the Albanian independence movement, Russia enhances the jerk cover of Serbia. In the European Union, serious differences of opinion are characterized in the Kosovo question.
It was a certain relief in the faces of EU-AUM Ministers, who related themselves last Monday in Brussel with the exit of elections in Serbia. He see "favorable conditions" for a government education that "Serbia leads to the European path," explained Frank Walter Steinmeier at the first conference under German presidency. The federal agent ordered a trip to Belgrade and promised the "Democratic Power" the "Help" of the EU.