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KOSOVO-SERBS/
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June 28, 2008
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic (R) and Bishop Amfilohije (2nd R) attend a parliament session...
Mitrovica, Kosovo
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Samardzic and Bishop Amfilohije attend parliament session in Mitrovica
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic (R) and Bishop Amfilohije (2nd R) attend a parliament session in Mitrovica June 28, 2008. Hardline Serbs in Kosovo convened their own assembly in the divided city of Mitrovica on Saturday, in a fresh challenge to the new state's ethnic Albanian majority and its Western backers. REUTERS/Nebojsa Markovic (SERBIA)
KOSOVO-SERBS/
RTX7F96
June 28, 2008
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic lights a candle at a monastery in the town of Gracanica...
Gracanica, Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic lights a candle at a monastery in the town of Gracanica...
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic lights a candle at a monastery in the town of Gracanica June 28, 2008. Serbs marked the anniversary of the 1389 Battle of Kosovo, when Serbs lost to the Turks in an epic defeat that remains the pivotal event in Serb history and central to the Serb claim to Kosovo. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/
RTX6KVV
June 06, 2008
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade June 6, 2008. Samardzic told Reuters the United Nations had accepted key elements of a Serb proposal presented after Kosovo's Albanian majority declared independence in February, a move violently rejected by the Serb minority. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic (SERBIA)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/
RTX6KVS
June 06, 2008
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade June 6, 2008. Samardzic told Reuters the United Nations had accepted key elements of a Serb proposal presented after Kosovo's Albanian majority declared independence in February, a move violently rejected by the Serb minority. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic (SERBIA)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/
RTX6KVM
June 06, 2008
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade...
Serbia's Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic poses for a picture during an interview with Reuters in Belgrade June 6, 2008. Samardzic told Reuters the United Nations had accepted key elements of a Serb proposal presented after Kosovo's Albanian majority declared independence in February, a move violently rejected by the Serb minority. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic (SERBIA)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/RUSSIA
RTR1XJYZ
February 25, 2008
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic meets Serbs in the village of Novi Badovac in central...
Gracanica, Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic meets Serbs in the village of Novi Badovac in central...
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic meets Serbs in the village of Novi Badovac in central Kosovo, February 25, 2008. In Belgrade, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's likely next president, told Serbian leaders on Monday there would be no shift in his country's support for Serbian sovereignty over Kosovo, which declared independence with Western backing on February 17. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/RUSSIA
RTR1XJYX
February 25, 2008
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic (R) visits the site of a house-construction project in...
Gracanica, Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the Kosovo Serb...
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic (R) visits the site of a house-construction project in the Kosovo Serb village of Novi Badovac in central Kosovo, February 25, 2008. In Belgrade, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's likely next president, told Serbian leaders on Monday there would be no shift in his country's support for Serbian sovereignty over Kosovo, which declared independence with Western backing on February 17. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/RUSSIA
RTR1XJYQ
February 25, 2008
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the...
Gracanica, Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the Kosovo Serb...
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the Kosovo Serb village of Novi Badovac in central Kosovo, February 25, 2008. In Belgrade, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's likely next president, told Serbian leaders on Monday there would be no shift in his country's support for Serbian sovereignty over Kosovo, which declared independence with Western backing on February 17. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/RUSSIA
RTR1XJYK
February 25, 2008
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the...
Gracanica, Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the Kosovo Serb...
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the Kosovo Serb village of Novi Badovac in central Kosovo, February 25, 2008. In Belgrade, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's likely next president, told Serbian leaders on Monday there would be no shift in his country's support for Serbian sovereignty over Kosovo, which declared independence with Western backing on February 17. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/RUSSIA
RTR1XJYF
February 25, 2008
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the...
Gracanica, Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the Kosovo Serb...
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic visits the site of a house-construction project in the Kosovo Serb village of Novi Badovac in central Kosovo, February 25, 2008. In Belgrade, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's likely next president, told Serbian leaders on Monday there would be no shift in his country's support for Serbian sovereignty over Kosovo, which declared independence with Western backing on February 17. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/RUSSIA
RTR1XJYB
February 25, 2008
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic (C) meets Serbs in the village of Novi Badovac in central...
Gracanica, Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Samardzic meets Serbs in the village of Novi Badovac in central Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic (C) meets Serbs in the village of Novi Badovac in central Kosovo, February 25, 2008. In Belgrade, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's likely next president, told Serbian leaders on Monday there would be no shift in his country's support for Serbian sovereignty over Kosovo, which declared independence with Western backing on February 17. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/RUSSIA
RTR1XJY7
February 25, 2008
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic stands on the foundations of new houses being built with...
Gracanica, Kosovo
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Samardzic stands on the foundations of new houses in the Kosovo Serb village...
Serbian Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic stands on the foundations of new houses being built with the help of the Serbian government, in the Kosovo Serb village of Novi Badovac in central Kosovo, February 25, 2008. In Belgrade, Dmitry Medvedev, Russia's likely next president, told Serbian leaders on Monday there would be no shift in his country's support for Serbian sovereignty over Kosovo, which declared independence with Western backing on February 17. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO)
KOSOVO-SERBIA/
RTR1X9DB
February 18, 2008
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (R) talks to Serb Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic during...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian Prime Minister Kostunica talks to Serb Minister for Kosovo Samardzic during the parliament session...
Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica (R) talks to Serb Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic during the parliament session in Belgrade February 18, 2008. Serbian lawmakers met later Monday to reject the Kosovo Albanian independence proclamation as "invalid" and "illegal". REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1WO8S
February 04, 2008
Serbia's Minister for Kosovo, Slobodan Samardzic (L), shakes hands with an Italian KFOR peacekeeper providing...
Decani, Serbia
Serbia's Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic shakes hands with an Italian KFOR peacekeeper
Serbia's Minister for Kosovo, Slobodan Samardzic (L), shakes hands with an Italian KFOR peacekeeper providing security for the Orthodox Decani monastery he visited February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (SERBIA)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1WO8M
February 04, 2008
Security guards of Serbia's Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic pass time as he talks to Serbs in...
BICA, Serbia
Security guards of Serbia's Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic pass time as he talks to Serbs in...
Security guards of Serbia's Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic pass time as he talks to Serbs in the isolated village of Bica February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (SERBIA)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1WO8G
February 04, 2008
Serbia's Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic (C) is followed by Orthodox priests as he leaves the...
Decani, Serbia
Serbia's Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic is followed by Orthodox priests as he leaves the Decani...
Serbia's Minister for Kosovo Slobodan Samardzic (C) is followed by Orthodox priests as he leaves the Decani monastery February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (SERBIA)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1WO8F
February 04, 2008
Orthodox priests and an Italian KFOR peacekeeper stand outside the Decani monastery as Serbia's Minister...
Decani, Serbia
Orthodox priests and an Italian KFOR peacekeeper stand outside the Decani monastery
Orthodox priests and an Italian KFOR peacekeeper stand outside the Decani monastery as Serbia's Minister for Kosovo, Slobodan Samardzic, leaves February 4, 2007. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (SERBIA)
SERBIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1WO8E
February 04, 2008
Serbs gather in the isolated village of Bica in Kosovo February 4, 2007, as they wait for Serbia's Minister...
BICA, Serbia
Serbs gather in the isolated village of Bica in Kosovo
Serbs gather in the isolated village of Bica in Kosovo February 4, 2007, as they wait for Serbia's Minister for Kosovo, Slobodan Samardzic, to visit them. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (SERBIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/
RTX43UX
November 27, 2007
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (2nd R) and Serbian delegation member Slobodan Samardzic (R) brief...
Baden, Austria
Serbian Foreign Minister Jeremic and delegation member Samardzic brief media during talks on the UN Kosovo...
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (2nd R) and Serbian delegation member Slobodan Samardzic (R) brief the media during talks on the UN Kosovo plan for the independence of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province, in Baden, some 50 kilometres (31 miles) south of Vienna, November 27, 2007. Serbia appealed to Kosovo Albanians on Tuesday to accept its offer of nearly all rights and symbols of an independent state, short of the republic they are demanding. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/
RTX43UV
November 27, 2007
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (L) gestures as he briefs the media next to Serbian delegation member...
Baden, Austria
Serbian Foreign Minister Jeremic and delegation member Samardzic address media during talks on the UN...
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (L) gestures as he briefs the media next to Serbian delegation member Slobodan Samardzic during talks on the UN Kosovo plan for the independence of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province, in Baden, some 50 kilometres (31 miles) south of Vienna, November 27, 2007. Serbia appealed to Kosovo Albanians on Tuesday to accept its offer of nearly all rights and symbols of an independent state, short of the republic they are demanding. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/
RTX43L0
November 27, 2007
Serbian delegation Member Slobodan Samardzic, Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica, President Boris Tadic...
Baden, Austria
Serbian delegation Member Samardzic, Prime Minister Kostunica, President Tadic and Foreign Minister Jeremic...
Serbian delegation Member Slobodan Samardzic, Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica, President Boris Tadic and Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (L-R) wait for the beginning of talks on the UN Kosovo plan for the independence of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province, in Baden, some 50 kilometres south of Vienna, November 27, 2007. Serbs and Albanians remained totally opposed on the fate of Kosovo at last-gasp talks on Monday and Serbia, backed by ally Russia, began pushing to extend the negotiations beyond a deadline due in two weeks. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/
RTR1VOKV
November 05, 2007
Adviser to the Serbian Government Slobodan Samardzic, Serbia's Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica, President...
Vienna, Austria
Serbian delegation wait for the beginning of UN Kosovo talks in Vienna
Adviser to the Serbian Government Slobodan Samardzic, Serbia's Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica, President Boris Tadic and Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (L-R) wait for the beginning of talks on the UN Kosovo plan for the independence of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province, in Vienna November 5, 2007. Serbia said on Monday it had "fundamental objections" to a 14-point framework for the future of Kosovo and insisted mediators explicitly rule out a unilateral declaration of independence by the province. Kosovo Albanian leaders, have threatened to declare independence after a deadline for talks to end expires on December 10. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/
RTR1VOAQ
November 05, 2007
Adviser to the Serb Government Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic of the...
Vienna, Austria
Samardzic and Jeremic of the Belgrade delegation make their way to brief the media on the UN Kosovo plan...
Adviser to the Serb Government Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic of the Belgrade delegation make their way to brief the media on the UN Kosovo plan for the independence of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province, in Vienna November 5, 2007. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/TALKS
RTR1T916
August 30, 2007
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (R) and Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic leave a news conference...
Vienna, Austria
Serbian Foreign Minister Jeremic and Kosovo Minister Samardzic leave a news conference in Vienna
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (R) and Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic leave a news conference in Vienna August 30, 2007. Serbian and Kosovo leaders made a commitment at talks earlier not to do anything to endanger a new round of internationally mediated talks on the future of the breakaway Kosovo province. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/TALKS
RTR1T911
August 30, 2007
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (L) and Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic talk to each other during...
Vienna, Austria
Serbian Foreign Minister Jeremic and Kosovo Minister Samardzic talk to each other during a news conference...
Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic (L) and Kosovo Minister Slobodan Samardzic talk to each other during a news conference in Vienna August 30, 2007. Serbian and Kosovo leaders made a commitment at talks earlier not to do anything to endanger a new round of internationally mediated talks on the future of the breakaway Kosovo province. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/
RTR1N0GS
March 02, 2007
Slobodan Samardzic (R) of the Belgrade delegation gestures as he briefs the media next to Leon Kojen,...
Vienna, Austria
Samardzic and Kojen of the Belgrade delegation brief the media in Vienna
Slobodan Samardzic (R) of the Belgrade delegation gestures as he briefs the media next to Leon Kojen, after talks on the U.N. Kosovo plan for the independence of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province, in Vienna March 2, 2007. United Nations envoy Martti Ahtisaari on Friday invited Serb and ethnic Albanian leaders to last-chance talks on Kosovo independence but conceded that after consultations in vienna the two sides remained poles apart. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/
RTR1N09I
March 02, 2007
Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen of the Belgrade delegation are on their way to talks on the UN...
Vienna, Austria
Samardzic and Kojen of the Belgrade delegation are on their way to talks on the UN Kosovo plan in Vienna...
Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen of the Belgrade delegation are on their way to talks on the UN Kosovo plan for the independence of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province in Vienna March 2, 2007. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
KOSOVO-TALKS/
RTR1MN48
February 21, 2007
Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen of the Belgrade delegation are pictured on their way to last talks...
Vienna, Austria
Samardzic and Kojen of the Belgrade delegation are pictured on their way to last talks on the UN Kosovo...
Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen of the Belgrade delegation are pictured on their way to last talks on the UN Kosovo plan in Vienna February 21, 2007. Serbs and Albanians begin final talks on Wednesday on a U.N. plan for Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province, billed by mediators as a last chance to fine-tune -- but not rewrite -- the blueprint for independence. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
KOSOVO-TALKS/
RTR1MN3U
February 21, 2007
Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen (2nd L) of the Belgrade delegation, United Nations evoy Martti...
Vienna, Austria
Samardzic and Kojen of the Belgrade delegation, United Nations evoy Ahtisaari and Rohan and Surroi, leader...
Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen (2nd L) of the Belgrade delegation, United Nations evoy Martti Ahtisaari (C) and his deputy Albert Rohan (C right), and leader of the Kosovo delegation Veton Surroi (R) are pictured at the beginning of last talks on the UN Kosovo plan in Vienna February 21, 2007. Serbs and Albanians begin final talks in Vienna on Wednesday on a U.N. blueprint for the independence of Serbia's breakaway Kosovo province. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA)
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
RTR1BELQ
February 21, 2006
Serb delegates Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen talk as they arrive for the start of a meeting in...
Vienna, Austria
Serb delegates Kojen and Samardzic arrive for beginning of a meeting in Vienna
Serb delegates Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen talk as they arrive for the start of a meeting in Vienna February 21, 2006. Serbs and Kosovo Albanians sat down at the same table in Vienna on Monday for the first round of talks on the fate of Serbia's disputed southern province, with the Albanians confident of winning independence. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
RTR16GGK
February 21, 2006
Serb delegates Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen talk as they arrive for the start of a meeting...
Vienna, Austria
Serb delegates Kojen and Samardzic arrive for beginning of a meeting in Vienna
Serb delegates Slobodan Samardzic (L) and Leon Kojen talk as they arrive for the start of a meeting in Vienna February 21, 2006. Serbs and Kosovo Albanians sat down at the same table in Vienna on Monday for the first round of talks on the fate of Serbia's disputed southern province, with the Albanians confident of winning independence. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
RTR1BCEH
February 20, 2006
Serb delegate Slobodan Samardzic is pictured on his way to a meeting in Vienna February 20, 2006. Serbs...
Vienna, Austria
Serb delegate Samardzic on his way to a meeting in Vienna
Serb delegate Slobodan Samardzic is pictured on his way to a meeting in Vienna February 20, 2006. Serbs and Kosovo Albanians sat down at the same table in Vienna on Monday for the first round of talks on the fate of Serbia's disputed southern province, with the Albanians confident of winning independence. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
RTR1BCDU
February 20, 2006
Serb delegates Randjel Noikic, Leon Kojen and Slobodan Samardzic (L-R) are pictured at the beginning...
Vienna, Austria
Serb delegates Nojkic Kojen and Samardzic at the beginning of a meeting in Vienna
Serb delegates Randjel Noikic, Leon Kojen and Slobodan Samardzic (L-R) are pictured at the beginning of a meeting in Vienna February 20, 2006. Serbs and Kosovo Albanians sat down at the same table in Vienna on Monday for the first round of talks on the fate of Serbia's disputed southern province, with the Albanians confident of winning independence. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
RTR16FA3
February 20, 2006
Serb delegate Slobodan Samardzic is pictured on his way to a meeting in Vienna February 20, 2006. Serbs...
Vienna, Austria
Serb delegate Samardzic on his way to a meeting in Vienna
Serb delegate Slobodan Samardzic is pictured on his way to a meeting in Vienna February 20, 2006. Serbs and Kosovo Albanians sat down at the same table in Vienna on Monday for the first round of talks on the fate of Serbia's disputed southern province, with the Albanians confident of winning independence. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
RTR16F9V
February 20, 2006
Serb delegates Randjel Noikic, Leon Kojen and Slobodan Samardzic (L-R) are pictured at the beginning...
Vienna, Austria
Serb delegates Nojkic Kojen and Samardzic at the beginning of a meeting in Vienna
Serb delegates Randjel Noikic, Leon Kojen and Slobodan Samardzic (L-R) are pictured at the beginning of a meeting in Vienna February 20, 2006. Serbs and Kosovo Albanians sat down at the same table in Vienna on Monday for the first round of talks on the fate of Serbia's disputed southern province, with the Albanians confident of winning independence. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer
YUGOSLAVIA GOVERNMENT
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July 04, 2001
Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica (L) talks with the Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) presidency...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT VOJISLAV KOSTUNICA WITH MEMBERS OF DEMOCRATIC OPPOSITION OF SERBIA PRESIDENCY.
Yugoslav President Vojislav Kostunica (L) talks with the Democratic Opposition of Serbia (DOS) presidency members Dragoljub Micunovic (R), Nebojsa Covic (2nd R), Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic (3rd R) and his advisor Slobodan Samardzic (4th R) during a consultation meeting in Belgrade July 4, 2001. President Kostunica began the search on Monday for a new government to replace the outgoing coalition which collapsed over the transfer of Slobodan Milosevic to the U.N. war crimes tribunal. Aiming to get a new government in place quickly and prevent the political crisis over Milosevic's handover from spiralling out of control, Kostunica began his consultations by meeting representatives of Serbia's ruling DOS reformist alliance.

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