Monday, October 03, 2005

SRSG visits Brussels for consultations on future of intl presence in Kosovo

Zëri reports that UNMIK chief Søren Jessen-Petersen will travel to Brussels today where he will meet senior EU and OSCE officials. The paper says that the visit is part of the series of talks and discussions on the future international presence in Kosovo after the status resolution. The paper also notes that in several speeches during summer, the SRSG has called for the European Union to take the leading role [on behalf] of the international community after the settlement of status.


Anonymous said...

Kosovo and the Islamic Threat

September 30, 2005: The worst thing about Kosovo is that there has been no progress in the last six years.

Violence and crime are common, and jobs are not (about two thirds of the workforce are unemployed.) The only big business is crime, with organized gangs heavily into smuggling, drugs, prostitution and whatever else will earn money. Islamic charities have set up religious schools, and are turning thousands of young Albanians into enthusiastic haters of all things Christian.

Anonymous said...

That's all BS. The same things Milosevic is using in his trial.
Are what you say above reasons to kill 7 month old babies and 2 year old children? Are those reason to unburry these children three times and burn them in industrial ovens in Serbia?

The Serbian church approved all of this.

Albanians do not hate christian cause by doing so they'd hate half of their family, they'd hate their own kind.

Its the oposite, Serbs hate every religion except for Serbs Orthodoxy. This is why you killed other slavs in Bosnia and Croatia.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I guess those Bosians, Croats and albanians didn't murder any Serbs.

I wonder why the Croatian ascension talks for EU membership is on hold?

And why did the Kosovo and Metohija Premier Haradinaj step down from his elected position and visit the Hague?

Anonymous said...

If you start three wars in 10 years and kill our children do you expect us to watch you decimate our families.

Haradinaj has not been found guilty. He is enjoying his time in his home in Kosova.
On the other hand you have half of the Serbian government and half of the Serb generals spending jail time in Hague.

Anonymous said...

War is Hell!!