Blic: Soeren Jessen-Petersen tired of Kosovo
Pristina. Right after meeting with Kosovo Prime Minister Agim Ceku on Friday, the chief of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) Soeren Jessen-Petersen will announce that he will leave the province for a few days, the Serbian newspaper Blic reported citing Kosovo media. His term of office expires this month. On June 20, he will submit a report on Kosovo to the UN Security Council.
Soeren Jessen-Petersen has been in Kosovo for two years. He told a source from UNMIK that he had wanted to leave the province long ago.
Last June the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan extended the term of office of Soeren Jessen-Petersen saying it wouldn't be good if another person became the head of UNMIK before the start of the Kosovo status talks.