BELGRADE — The Serbian MFA is maintaining intensive communication with other countries in order for an agreement reached in the Kosovo dialogue “not to be misinterpreted”.

The agreement pertains to regional representation of the Prishtina authorities, and was reached during the EU-sponsored Belgrade-Prishtina talks, held in Brussels.

Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić said on Monday in Belgrade that the content of that “communication” was “a clear definition of what had taken place in Brussels, in order to avoid any confusion, or misinterpretation of what it means”.

Asked to confirm media reports that the ministry had sent letters to all countries that have not recognized the ethnic Albanian unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo to refrain from doing so after the agreement was reached, Jeremić said that “a series of steps have been taken, including written correspondence”, but refused to reveal any details.

Commenting on media reports that ethnic Albanians “implicitly accepted new status talks by accepting the representation agreement”, the minister said that the deal “in no way touched on the status (of Kosovo)”.

He added that it was “very important that countries around the world continue to support the Belgrade-Prishtina dialogue by not changing their position on Kosovo’s independence”.

Jeremić spoke today during a joint news conference in Belgrade with Council of Europe (CoE) Secretary General Thorbjorn Jagland.

According to a Tanjug report, Jagland noted that the European organization “would play a significant role in Serbia’s future EU integration”, while Jeremić added Serbia “would use diplomacy to oppose strongly to any attempt to make Kosovo a member of the CoE”.

“There is no chance of any kind of Kosovo’s membership in the CoE, because the CoE’s members are countries, therefore Kosovo has no place in it,” Jeremić stressed.

Jagland stated that the process between Belgrade and Prishtina facilitated by the EU should be given a chance.

The process should be given a chance to progress, instead of people bringing up issues that could hurt it, Jagland pointed out.

The CE will continue to support the talks between Belgrade and Prishtina in a pragmatic and non-political way, at the expert level, he stressed.

The CE will play an even more important role now that Serbia has become a candidate for EU membership, because it can assist Serbia in joining the EU, Jagland concluded.

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