Thursday, June 02, 2005

International code awaits green light from UN

Koha Ditore reports that UNMIK does not yet have an answer regarding the telephone code for Kosovo.

If UNMIK applied more pressure, Kosovo would not continue to lose millions of euros and enrich the budget of other states by using a foreign telephone code, Koha Ditore quotes a source within governmental structures.

The article says that Kosovo is losing around 50 million euros per year because of this. ‘ITU is looking into the request of Kosovo to have its code but so far there has been no official answer’, says Neeraj Singh, UNMIK spokesperson.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Until Kosovo is officially independent of Serbia, nobody should have a right to change postal codes or telephone codes. Serbia established them and until Kosovo leaves, Serbian laws should be respected.