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Serbs Offered an Ethnic Minority Status

The Serbian delegation at the Vienna talks on the Kosovo settlement has refused to discuss the question of ensuring ethnic minority rights. Consenting to do that would be tantamount to accepting the status of an ethnic minority, which the Serbian people would not have in their own country. That is what the Belgrade delegates said, while the Albanians demand Kosovo's complete separation from Serbia.

The differences between Belgrade and Pristina about the concept of Serbian autonomy in Kosovo are a matter of principle, said Alexander Simic, a member of the Serbian delegation, in Vienna. He emphasized that the Serbian party would under no circumstances give up the fundamental rights of the Serbian population of Kosovo, such as education, freedom of movement and security guarantees.
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