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Why we remain silent? Because the situation is sticked into a no-way-out. It seems all arguments and viewpoints are somehow known. Not much else to say. Populistic information or desinformation dominates the discussion about the future of Kosova. Serbia – its government and parts of its population – will need some time to understand, that Kosova is lost for them (deservedly), that Metohija remains Dukagjin and – if nothing else helps – that Serbias possible EU membership requires to give up on Kosova – allowing Kosovas independence as well as its UN membership. Done so – one day – Serbia will enter the EU as an award for its “cooperation”, whereas the then independent UN member Kosova … will stay outside, paying the price for its wish to be free, while the former aggressor will enjoy the benefits of free trade, work and traveling.

 

Meanwhile we hope our visitors will make use of the headlines and connected articles about Kosova and the Balkans provided on the right. They refer to different media forwarded by newsengines. Further down we offer useful links to media and institutions from Kosova.

 

Korrik

 

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KOSOVO ONLINE NEWS is from Kosovo (Kosova).  KOSOVO ONLINE NEWS is a media resource and information online magazine. It provides news in English language by forwarding, publishing or linking media monitors, reports, comments, opinions and further information on all issues related to Kosovo – as well as about Kosovo related media, tv, press etc. KOSOVO ONLINE NEWS is independent.

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Enjoy reading and don’t hesitate commenting and contributing

Korrik Sofalia

Rr. Tirana n.n.
10000 Prishtina / Pristina
Republic of Kosovo

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