Wednesday, 27 July 2011




Kosovo’s Prime Minister has defended an order for his special police to take control of two contested border crossings with Serbia, saying it was “the right decision” despite condemnation from the European Union.

Hashim Thaci said the operation in which a member of the police unit died and four others were slightly injured was a “concrete step in establishing the rule of law” in the volatile north.

“We cannot remain indifferent and allow that a part of our territory remains a black hole, not only for Kosovo, but for Europe as well,” Thaci told reporters. He did not respond to questions.

Lightly armed special police units crossed into the Serb-run north late Monday and early Tuesday in an operation aimed at placing troops loyal to the capital Pristina in a region that takes orders from Serbia as part of Belgrade’s ongoing campaign to undermine Kosovo’s 2008 secession.

...Kosovo says it now controls two borders crossings with Serbia that were previously loosely managed by both EU police and Serb members of the Kosovo police.
Source: Washington Post

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

For about 13 years no expelled Serbs, around 300.000 of them (which makes almost 20% of the entire Kosovo population) can go back to their homes in Kosovo. While thousands of Christian families are still waiting for justice and seeking beginning of trials for organ trafficking committed by albanian muslims, we are still facing terror of Hasheem Thaci backed by his friends in Washington D.C. and Brussels. Bu as long as Serbs are still holding on Kosovo, Asians could not progress any further. So, good luck Serbs, may Jesus be with you!t00 of them (which makes almost 20% of the entire Kosovo population) can go back to their homes in Kosovo. While thousands of Christian families are still waiting for justice and seeking beginning of trials for organ trafficking committed by albanian muslims, we are still facing terror of Hasheem Thaci backed by his friends in Washington D.C. and Brussels. Bu as long as Serbs are still holding on Kosovo, Asians could not progress any further. So, good luck Serbs, may Jesus be with you!t

Max said...

Hiding Genocide in Kosovo: A Crime against God and Humanity is not a typical book of the current events or international affairs genre. Nor is it a journalistic exposé. It is simply a book of stories, true stories of what has taken place in Kosovo since the end of the 1999 war: shooting, beheading, burning, bomb attack, maiming, rape, abduction, torture, desecration, theft, mutilation, and harassment. While Western policymakers (the U.S., EU, UN, NATO, OSCE, etc.) delude themselves that they are buying the goodwill of the Muslim world by the sacrifice of a small Christian community in Kosovo, the perpetrators know this is yet another step toward Islamic dominance of all Europe. This is a struggle for the soul and future not just for Kosovo, not just for Serbia, but for an entire continent...

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