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(ERPKM) Serbia and Montenegro’s foreign minister is urging greater protection for Serbian minorities in Kosovo. The minister spoke at a VOA news conference in Washington after meeting with officials from the Bush administration. Foreign Minister Vuk Draskovic said the international community, which once acted to protect ethnic Albanians, must show the same concern for Serbs in the U.N.-administered province of Kosovo. Mr. Draskovic also called for autonomy for Serbian enclaves within Kosovo, as well as for the recovery of houses and churches that were burned as anti-Serb rioting swept the province in March, claiming 19 lives. It was the worst ethnic violence since the United Nations began administering Kosovo nearly five years ago.