Resolution on Kosovo harmonized by Serbia and the European Union adopted by United Nations General Assembly on September 9th, 2010
The UN General Assembly,
a) Aware of the aims and principles of the UN;
b) Taking into account its functions and powers under the UN Charter;
c) Recalling its Resolution 63/3 of 8 October 2008 requesting the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to give an advisory opinion regarding the following question whether the unilateral declaration of independence by the provisional institutions of self-government in Kosovo is in accordance with international law;
d) Having received the advisory opinion of the ICJ of 22 July 2010 on whether the unilateral declaration of independence was in accordance with international law in the case of Kosovo, and after careful consideration thereof, including the issues that the opinion concerned;
e) Takes note of the contents of the advisory opinion of the ICJ on whether the unilateral declaration of independence was in accordance with international law in the case of Kosovo, as well as the response to the request of the General Assembly;
f) Welcomes the readiness of the EU to facilitate the process of dialogue between the parties. The process of dialogue by itself would be a factor of peace, security and stability in the region. This dialogue would be aimed to promote cooperation, make progress on the path towards the EU and improve people’s lives.