Meeting of the Security Council with the Prime Minister of FRY

 

                                                                                             

 

      - Members of the Council welcomed the participation of the Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia H.E. Mr. Zoran Zizic at their meeting on 6 March 2001.

 

      - Members of the Council welcomed the ongoing efforts of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General to implement fully

Security Council Resolution 1244, including on developing a legal institutional framework for the provisional self-governing institutions of Kosovo and looks forward to discussions with him on these issues later this month. They called on all parties to support UNMIK's efforts to build a stable and multiethnic democracy in Kosovo and to ensure suitable conditions for Kosovo-wide elections for these institutions as soon as feasible, including through the registration of all habitual residents of Kosovo, return of refugees and adequate security for all.

 

      - Members of the Council welcomed the continued improvement of relations between the Government of the Federal Republic of

Yugoslavia and UNMIK and KFOR and supported the early opening of an UNMIK office in Belgrade to facilitate consultations. They stressed the importance of substantial dialogue between Kosovo political leaders and the Government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

 

      - Members of the Council called for an end to all acts of violence in Kosovo in particular those ethnically motivated and urged all

political leaders in Kosovo to condemn these acts and to increase their efforts to create inter-ethnic tolerance.