Tuesday, June 13, 2006

U.N. envoy: Kosovo independence this year

PRISTINA, Serbia-Montenegro, June 13 (UPI) -- A U.N. envoy says the Serbia province of Kosovo will be independent this year.
Soren Jessen-Petersen, outgoing chief of the U.N. Kosovo civilian mission, Tuesday told the Albanian-language Koha Ditore newspaper in Pristina that Kosovo this year will become independent of the Serbian government in Belgrade.
Recalling that Petersen has never spoken directly what will be Kosovo's future status, Koha Ditore quoted the Danish diplomat as saying, "The dream of a majority of Kosovo's people will become true. It is clear that the Kosovo dream, and we know that Kosovo's dream is independence, will become reality."
Some 90 percent of the Kosovo population is ethnic-Albania while the rest are Serbian.
Serbs and ethnic-Albanians are meeting to decide who will govern Kosovo once U.N. and NATO personnel leave.

2 comments:

NYoutlawyer said...

One of Europe's poorest countries, Albania accounts for just 0.1 percent of tourism in Europe.

Cruise ships will stop regularly for the first time at Albanian ports this summer for brief visits. Albania still lacks the structures for mass tourism, but it is building wherever it can, with scant regard for water supply or sewage.

In one Sarande spot, the smell of sewage wafts into a bar with the sea breeze.

This is albania, can you imagine what albo kosovo is like? God help us all. These poor fuckers have nothing to offer the EU but a hand stretched out for begging.

ALBASOUL said...

Dont worry about Albania you scumbag. We have settled our way to Europe and thinga are changing quick there. You have to worry about your shitty country. No one wants to stay with you, no one wants to visit you and no one wants even to discuss with you anymore. You better open your eyes and see the shit inside your own house which is no better anyway