Tuesday, July 12, 2005

So long +381 (Express)

Express cites sources as saying that the ITU has agreed to allocate a telephone international code for Kosovo and that the new code will be 988. The paper writes that UNMIK and PTK do not know anything about this.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

praise lorda!

Anonymous said...

I remember that a few months back some of the Serbs blogging here said "Kosova will never get its own international phone code..keep on dreaming!!!"

The same Serbs are blogging today and saying "Kosova will not be independent".

Serbs should I spell it for you?????????????

Anonymous said...

good news

bye bye serbia... again and again

Tosi
Sweden

Anonymous said...

Soon you will see Serbs visiting this blog at KosovAreport.ks after they have taken the chill-pills to protect their rotten hearst.

Anonymous said...

Pssst!!! Let them say "Kosova will never get independence" can't you see that by saying that they are helping us? See the universe works in funny ways, if Serbs say "no" it turns to "yes" :) and if they say "yes" then... :)

Anonymous said...

Getting your own phone code means nothing. Maybe you should read the report again and see that UNMIK didn't know about this. But keep getting excited about your little phone code. It makes us happy to see how naive you gomni glavi are.

Anonymous said...

Did you know that Serbia doesn't have its own phone code? It has the 381 that belongs to Yugoslavia :)

Hmm, looks like someone else is in need of independence ;) to all our Serb brothers..

Anonymous said...

Now wait a minute...

Serbs celebrated when turks kicked ther ass in Kosovo.

Serbs celebrated when NATO entered Kosovo.

They were celebrating their victories?!? Something is missing here.

But again, if we use that analogy, whatever a serb says, the oposite must be true...

Once you understand the way they think, dealing with them becomes a piece of cake.

Anonymous said...

Right, which is precisely why we've survived for almost a millenia without a proper army, state and were not organized beyond our gardens where apples and pears grow.

Serbs are so high on supremacy they are really above everyone else (hot air makes things rise you know).

So can anyone tell me the phone code for Serbia? All I am getting is Yugoslavia, or Serbia AND Montenegro, but nowhere Serbia :/ i wonder why??? :(

Anonymous said...

These are just the bits of clues that UN is getting ready to give Kosova independence, Bank Code now, and there were discussions about Postal Code, Electrical Grid, now even Phone Code, or maybe Kosova got these already.

Anonymous said...

www.boyitfeelsgood2haveyrcode.suckit.ks

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