Kosovo’s ambassador to the US Vlora Çitaku reported Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic to the world organisation Security Council for publishing her birth certificate and saying she still held Serbia's passport, but the issue was not on the agenda since China and Russia vetoed it, the Srna news agency reported on Friday.
Dacic did it to prove that the documents at the time when Kosovo was still Serbia’s autonomous province with the Yugoslav federation, were issued booth in Serbian and Albanian after Çitaku said Kosovo Albanians were denied the right to use their language.
She accused Dacic of publishing private information and of an “aggressive tone” during the UN Security Council session in November.
London supported the charge, but Beijing and Moscow voted against.
Dacic said Çitaku charged him because he said she still held Serbia’s citizenship and promised to provide a list of all Serbia’s citizens from Kosovo who worked at the UN.
“The fact is that they hold our citizenship while working against Serbia. That is important since it concerns the issue of status (of Kosovo),” Dacic said.