Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Kosovo government reiterates commitment to help return of all refugees

Text of report in English by independent internet news agency KosovaLive

Prishtina [Pristina], 20 June: On World Refugees Day the government said that despite the limited budget, it has managed to provide conditions for return, and pledged that it will work even harder for returning of all of refugees home.

The government said that it is committed to create conditions for return of all to return to their properties.

"We share the pain and sufferings with all those who are refugees and displaced persons with the hope and wish that they will find strength to keep alive their hopes until the day when their status as a refugee ends and when they return to their homes to begin a new life," the government stated in a press release.

The Head of the OSCE Mission in Kosova [Kosovo], ambassador Werner Wnendt, today urged refugees and the internally displaced persons [IDPs] to hold on to their dreams of returning home.

"We at the OSCE honour the strength, the patience, and the hopes held by all refugees and IDPs from and within Kosovo, and on this day encourage you to persevere. We are helping to prepare the ground for your return, so that your dreams can be realized in the near future," he said.

Prime Minister Ceku has launched a "Confidence-Building Task Force" and a "Communities Security Council" to assess and address the needs of minorities, who remain the most at-risk populations for human rights violations in Kosovo. The PISG [Provisional Institutions of Self-Government] also recently endorsed a Protocol on Voluntary and Sustainable Returns.

Ambassador Wnendt added: "We applaud all the recent efforts by the authorities to take remedial action towards improving the conditions in Kosovo for voluntary and sustainable returns of refugees and IDPs. We stand beside this government and all its institutions, as an ally and supporter in the quest to secure better living conditions for refugees, IDPs and all Kosovo residents."

The UN General Assembly designated 20 June every year as World Refugee Day in a resolution that was unanimously adopted in 2000.

Source: KosovaLive website, Pristina, in English 20 Jun 06


NYoutlawyer said...

Yes, bring them all back so that we can kill them more easily. Is this fucking murderer for real? And is DC buying it?

What a fucking joke.

Segas said...

nyoutlawyer you pathetic serb nagging loser...

nobody is killing the serbs in kosova... they are free to come back and live here. it is the barbarian serb government that is not allowing them to come back here and live! they are using their own people you fucking idiot....thats why the DC and the rest of the international community is not bying the serbian propaganda shit anymore but instead is giving Kosova full independence by the end of this year...
you fucking faggot get a life and dont express yourself about something that you have no idea of....you have never been to Kosova therefore you know shit!..... stop feeding off the old communist serbian propaganda....grow up motherfucker

NYoutlawyer said...

Yes, bring them all back in one place, it will be easier to kill them then, and make Kosovo a pure albanian muslim nation. The two faced eagle will rule supreme then.

NYoutlawyer said...

Yes, bring them all back to one place, it will be easier to kill them then.

Is this fucking war criminal for real?

NYoutlawyer said...

segASS, blow me!

kosovo government is full of war criminals and thieves. The poor people of kosovo will always be under their mafia control. Believe me, it would be better to remain under Honorable Serbian Rule, at least you would not be fucked by your own people.

Dardania 2006 said...

Dear Racista,

If you come back to Kosova you will:

Pay taxes
Pay utility bills

If you do these two, we can all eat chocolate ice cream in peace, cause there will be no overdue bills.

teuta1 said...

..bring them back to murder them and steal their posessions.