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BELGRADE – Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said that Serbia is disappointed, but not surprised by the position of Montenegro and Macedonia to vote in favor of the initiative for Kosovo to become a UNESCO member at the session of the organization’s Executive Board.
“This is something we certainly have to raise as an issue in our relations with them,” Dacic said in a TV Pink broadcast on Thursday morning.
I do not believe we will vote for their matters internationally, he added.
UNESCO Executive Board recommended on Wednesday, by majority vote, to admit Kosovo to this organization. The proposal was accepted with 27 votes in favor to 14 against, with 14 abstentions.
The final decision on Kosovo’s membership bid will be made by the UNESCO General Conference, scheduled to meet on November 3-18.
Source: InSerbia News (Montenegro)