The UN calls the declaration of a Russian persona non grata in Kosovo illegal

Earlier, the authorities of the self-proclaimed republic of Kosovo declared an employee of the UN mission (UNMIK, UNMIK) from & nbsp; Russia persona non grata.

“ We became aware of & nbsp; the fact that & nbsp; the Kosovo authorities declared persona non grata an employee of the UN Mission in & nbsp; Kosovo. No official notification from the & nbsp; Kosovo authorities regarding this announcement has been made by the Mission & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & mdash; & nbsp; & mdash; Dujarrick said.

According to him, “the doctrine of persona non grata is not applicable to UN staff and is not provided for in UNMIK regulation 2000/47 (on the status, privileges and immunity of KFOR and UNMIK and their personnel in Kosovo).”

As Dujarrick noted, UNMIK and & nbsp; UN Headquarters are taking appropriate measures to & nbsp; ensure the safety of the employee and & nbsp; are in & nbsp; in contact with & nbsp; the relevant authorities in & nbsp; in relation to & nbsp; this situation.

According to & nbsp; he said, & laquo ; Any concerns regarding & nbsp; UNMIK personnel should be directed to the mission management so that UNMIK can resolve the matter in a & nbsp; manner consistent with the & nbsp; status, privileges and & nbsp; immunities of UNMIK and & nbsp; its personnel.



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