Serbia will persevere in a diplomatic struggle to prevent Kosovo's entry into UNESCO, as long as the outcome of the vote is uncertain, Serbia's state top said on the occasion of the UNESCO General Conference, which begins on Tuesday in Paris.

This body will, among other things, during the multi-day session consider the recommendation of the Executive Council for Kosovo's accession to this organization, and will discuss 4. Serbian diplomatic chief Ivica Dacic also participates in November.

Voting on Kosovo's accession would be expected by 9, according to Dačić's rating. November, and the result, he believes, will be favorable for Serbia.

"We'll fight to the end. This is the position of the Serbian government, the prime minister and the president. We have nothing more important than that, "Dacic said, recalling that among the members" many countries are small and distant, but whose voice is counted. "

The UNESCO Executive Council, which has 58 member states, is supported by 21. October request of Albania and recommended to the Kosovo General Conference. From the 58 member of the Executive Council, 32 recognized Kosovo's independence, but only the 27 vote for UNESCO, against 14, and restrained as much, but the voices of the restrained do not add up.

The General Assembly, which meets every two years, is made up of representatives of the 195 states, among which 111 has admitted Kosovo, and 84 is not, and the decision on admission to the membership is made by a two-thirds majority.

Sava Janjić, a monstrosity monster of the High Court of Kosovo, who, besides the other Serbian spiritual and cultural heritage, is under the protection of UNESCO, asked before the session of the General Assembly to end the vote on Kosovo's accession to the organization.

In a conversation with RTS Archimandrite Sava stresses that "it is necessary to give space to the Brussels dialogue, in which Belgrade and Pristina, with the participation of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC), discussed all modalities of long-term and institutional protection of Serbian shrines in Kosovo."

On the basis of the information that Pristina prepared the draft law and the strategy for the protection of cultural heritage, Sava Janjić warned of the intent of "albanizing" Serbian cultural heritage.

"These are documents that marginalize the role of the SPC and the Serbian legacy and invoke other elements of international protection, indicating the intentions of Kosovo institutions long-term to undertake the albanization of the multi-century Serbian heritage in Kosovo," said the Ignatian Monastery of Veliki Dečani, who after several Albanian extremists attacked Kosovo, under constant protection.

Serbian monasteries and churches on the list of endangered UNESCO monuments are under special police protection and the Monastery of the High Decani and under the military protection of the Italian contingent of KFOR.

"From 1999. The High Boys are four times armed attacked, indicating that this part of the heritage is endangered by the extremists of the majority population, "he says for the RTS who was driven by that monastery.

The Serbian State Summit called in late October, with a joint meeting with representatives of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SANU) and the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC), members of UNESCO rejecting the request of Kosovo's authorities for admission to that organization and saying that Serbia was unacceptable membership of Kosovo in that organization. The state top emphasized its attachment to the Eurointegration and stressed that it would never and under no circumstances recognize the independence of Kosovo.