Wednesday, June 22, 2005

CoE calls on Belgrade and Pristina to talk on Kosovo’s status

Koha Ditore reports that the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has called on Pristina and Belgrade to start dialogue on resolving the future status of Kosovo. A resolution adopted by the Assembly says ‘such dialogue is necessary to reach a calm and acceptable solution for both parties’.

The resolution notes that the unresolved status of Kosovo affects the further destabilisation of the region, the future of European integration and economic development.

Epoka e Re reports that the CoE Parliamentary Assembly has called on all political parties in Kosovo to consider the proposal of UNMIK chief Søren Jessen-Petersen for establishing the political forum. The Assembly also called on Kosovo Serb representatives to join the work of provisional institutions and other political processes.

Zëri quotes Mariane Tritz, member of the Parliamentary Assembly, as saying, ‘Neither organised crime nor corruption should be bypassed. It is unacceptable that political parties have intelligence services and are using them to control the political life in Kosovo’.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Après rencontrer hier dans Strasburg la boîte vous l'apparence dans stars après la liberté de Serbie. De newspapers: "Serbie-Montenegro Le parlement L'orateur Zoran Sami, joindre Belgrade’s permanent la délégation dans Strasbourg, dit cela Serbie-Montenegro est s'opposé à récrire borders et politique le double standards. Il dit cela Belgrade cherché un politique la solution pour Kosovo comme ce dans autre parts de le le monde et prévenu cela mettre en precedents dans le le territoire veuillez ouvert un Pandore’s la boîte. Sami dit après le le débat cela il été très heureux avec le la résolution adopté. “Je’m voulu au-dessus tout parce que huit de notre neuf amendments été adopté, en particulier cela lequel décrit Kosovo comme la partie de Serbie et Serbie-Montenegro. Cela’s très important,” il ajouté.
In other word - there will be no independence !! Period.
Alain, Lyon

Anonymous said...

Alain will you fight the will of Kosovar people? Are you ready to come to Kosova armed and attack civilians who want to selfrule in a very civilized manner?

You call yourself French, I'd be ashamed as a French to even share the same citizen ship with someone who doesn't believe in "libertee egalite fraternite", isn't that what the revolution was about?

P.S. pardon my french...

Anonymous said...

Who gives a fuck what frogs say anyway. Soon they will be in the same economic situation as Somalia.

Anonymous said...

I don't know what this Franchy sais but the unresolved issue of Kosova status is the biggest problem for Kosovo, Balkan, and Europe; and the only solution for Kosova is independence. How can you have Kosovar-Albanians live with Serbs (butchers of the Balkan) after everything that happened to all of the Yugoslavian republics. If Slovenians, Croats, Macedonians, Bosnians, even Montenegrins cannot live with them (Serbia), what makes you think that Kosovar-Albanians who do not share any cultural similarities will?

Anonymous said...

Hey Alain qu'est ce tu raconte, tu ne metrise pas la langue francaise tu viens enmerder les gens ici, utilise ta propre langue on a rien compris de ce que tu as ecris. Guys this Alain is not even a french he does not speak proper french

Anonymous said...

He's more like a Serbie with high school French.

Anonymous said...

If he is French, I pitty the nation, France is better than that.

But prob you right...wana-be French Serbie...to be French you have to be civilized mon ami..

Anonymous said...

Hey guys it's the Macedonian dude here again. If one thing is consistent in balkan history here it is the serbs trying to be the caesar of the balkans. First croatia,then bosnia,then internal conflicts with holding Montenegro back from gaining complete independance status,then claiming historical rights on the Macedonian church and proclaiming it "serb orthodox",and the ongoing pursuit to hold kosova back from gaining its rightful independance. Is it just in the balkans that we see this trend happening or is the rest of the world gonna finally wake up and realize that the instigators are the serbs. Hell even the greeks,bulgarians,and romanians want nothing much to do with them now. And what about the hungarian minority in serbia that have been the victim for countless crimes against humanities. And that no one even whispers because everyone just let serbia walk all over the peoples of the balkans. Again I will say what is keeping YOUR people back from gaining your independance. What is everyone waiting for?

Chris Blaku said...

Why do you guys expect so much from the French? They are a quasi-civilized society bent on the destruction of Europe and the World to line their coats up with the finest of gold. They have spent the past 200 years working against us, and your level of respect for them is unwarranted.

Anonymous said...

Chris,

Respect all, even the enemy for only that way will lead you to victory. This is an ancient tradition of ours, going back to the beginings.

I respect the French because they deserve the respect, just as everyone deserves it, but claiming that a whole culture is unworthy of respect is a bit over the top, that is the same thing Serbs are saying about us.

Chris Blaku said...

The entire country is unworthy, they are the most arrogant, quasi-progressive racists on the planet. It took Hitler 20 minutes to conquer Paris, as the French could hardly wait to get rid of their Jews. The French left the Americans holding the bag in Vietnam, and the US has saved their hide dozens of times since.

France has slowly but surely moved towards the Russian sphere of influence over the past 100 years, and are now virtually Russia's puppet in Europe. The recent voting of the EU constitution shows the ignorance and racism with which the people of France operate, disagreeing with the idea that France should have the same voting power as any other EU state, and disagreeing of course, on immigration to their country.

Same country that had backdoor deals with Iraq prior to the war, and voiced its opposition to the war to save their bank rolls.

I would withdraw the Security Council veto from this most vile nation in Europe.

Just an opinion, they can always change though.

Anonymous said...

I see your point Chris, but France has also produced Napoleon, the revolution, cheese, wine and lovely women, as well as pastery.

It's a nice country and when you get to know a few French people, they are quite nice.

The problem with France is that they are so close with Serbia, and the reason they are close with Serbia is because Serb trumpet music, is very close to Normandy music, this has created a sort of "link". Sounds silly I know, but it's a fact...

Most French will be quite against Albanians, but let me tell you, I haven't met a French I haven't converted, they are rational ppl and once to show them the 1 + 1 of Serb crimes and lunacy, they see.

As for the EU constitution, its better they define it clearly, that constition was written on the fly...