Serbian parliament adopted the latest resolution on Kosovo and Metohija. It's text is the spitting image of the current governement: all over the place, without a proper head or a tail.
Almost no concrete measures were proposed, and the formulations are left open to just about any interpretation by any political party. Anything demanded by the governement is already it's obligation according to the constitution, the resolution was not needed at all from that standpoint. This search by Koštunica for a broad front has taken it's toll on the sharpness of the tone of the document and it is ultimately futile as long as there are people sitting in the governement that tacitly have more affection for EU/NATO then for Serbia(the LDP traitors do not count). Until those people are unseated we can never hope for a consistent, clear policy.
The only point that is indeed significant is the one emphasiszing that NATO membership is officially off the board for the forseeable future and that any change to that policy must get over the obstacle of a referendum. Thank goodness for small favours.