According to information in Belgrade, Kosovo's authorities prepare a new attack in the north, Ivica Dacic, Serbia's Foreign Minister, has told the UN Security Council meeting on Monday, while Kosovo's ambassador to UN Vlora Citaku says UNMIK has no more job in Kosovo, the FoNet news agency reported.
He asked the Council would it protect the Serbs or not, calling on it to take his warning seriously,
Dacic added that NATO-led KFOR's task was the protection of peace and safety of all, "including the Serbs," and asked "Will you do it or not? Since 'I'm sure you can do it, please take my warning sincerely."
"I want you all to be aware of that and stop Pristina's war machine before it causes new bloodshed," Dacic said.
China supports Serbia’s territorial integrity and sovereignty adding Beijing is in favour of efforts in searching for a political solution through the dialogue.
He added Serbia was doing everything to normalise the situation in Kosovo and that the dialogue was the only way to solve all open issues, but that Belgrade did not have a partner for serious talks since Pristina said it 'wouldn't implement deals agreed on six years ago.
"In the last 20 years, 311 town and villages once inhabited by the Serbs became home for the Albanians only. What is that if not an ethnic cleansing if today there are more Albanians than before?" Dacic asked.
Addressing the UN SC session, Kosovo's ambassador to the UN, Vlora Citaku said Kosovo was not in crisis as it was when UNMIK started its work and asked if anyone in the hall could tell her what was UNMIK's job in Kosovo today.
Commenting on Pristina's special police operation on May 28, Chitaku said that seven civilians were arrested for obstructing the investigation and that a Russian UNMIK member was among them.
She said the Russian used a UN vehicle to transport woods cut for making barricades and that he shielded a criminal gang, obstructing the police from doing their job.
Chitaku added Pristina never mistreated the diplomats, adding "the Kosovo institutions demand a UN investigation into this dangerous behaviour."