The EP is not an institution charged by the EU to deal with foreign policy. The Council of Ministers deals with foreign policy on behalf of the EU and, within the council, there are countries that recognize Kosovo as an independent state and others that do not. Therefore, the EU is divided within the institution that is legally tasked with this issueEuropean Parliament OKs Kosovo resolution Feb 05, 2009
Serbia's and the OSCE's cooperation and the work of the OSCE Mission to SerbiaSerbian minister to address OSCE meeting Sep 08, 2008
The unilateral independence declaration has driven a wedge between us all and there's no pointing denying itSerb FM urges more talks on Kosovo May 07, 2008
We believe we are irreversibly on the road to EU membershipSerbia moves closer to EU Apr 30, 2008
I call on states, particularly those of the region, not to take this step. Do not injure our country's territorial integrity and sovereigntySerb neighbors recognize Kosovo Mar 19, 2008
Vuk Jeremić (Serbian: Вук Јеремић; born on July 3, 1975) is the current Foreign Minister in the Government of Serbia. He was sworn in on May 15, 2007 and reelected on July 7, 2008.
Jeremić was born in Belgrade in 1975 to Miško Jeremić and Sena Buljubašić. Growing up in privileged circumstances as his father was a CEO of a large Jugopetrol state-owned oil company, he began his high school studies in Belgrade, but completed them in London. He stayed in England for his post-secondary education and graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Theoretical Physics as a member of Queens' College.
He then worked for a number of financial institutions in the City of London, including Deutsche Bank and Dresdner Kleinwort, and then for AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals.