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NATO to halve Kosovo mission

BRUSSELS, 31.10.2010 -- NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen announced on Friday (October 29th) that the Alliance plans to downsize its peacekeeping mission in Kosovo by half. Over the next few months, the force will be reduced from 10,000 to 5,000 soldiers. According to Rasmussen, the decision is based on the improved security situation in the country and the increased capacity of local institutions to deal with security tasks. According to the plan, the presence will be further reduced to 2,500 soldiers by 2012. NATO has been present in Kosovo since 1999. (BBC, AFP, AP - 29/10/10)

Jeremic: Serbia ready for dialogue with Kosovo now

BELGRADE, Serbia/PRISTINA, 31.10.2010. Kosovo -- Serbia is ready to start dialogue with Kosovo "immediately", Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic said in an interview with Vecernje Novosti on Friday (October 29th). "We are ready to start dialogue and as far as we are concerned, it can start immediately. Representatives of Brussels, which will have a mediating role, are also ready," Jeremic said.

Meanwhile, Kosovo Parliament Speaker and Acting President Jakup Krasniqi told Deutsche Welle on Saturday that political parties in Pristina are not ready at the moment. "If we'll have early elections, then it would be right for the dialogue to start after the construction of the new institutions that will arise from these elections," he said, echoing a statement by Deputy Prime Minister Hajredin Kuci. On Thursday, Kuci said that actual dialogue between Pristina and Belgrade will start after general elections in Kosovo, which are scheduled for February 13th. (AFP, Vecernje Novosti, A1, Makfax - 30/10/10)




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