Länder, die Kosova anerkennnen
Erstellt von FREEAGLE, 19.02.2008, 12:39 Uhr · 5.852 Antworten · 450.176 Aufrufe
dem Namen nach hätte ich zu den afrikanischen Ländern dazu gezählt.
In Afrika gibt es Guinea, Guinea-Bissau und Äquatorial-Guinea. Es gibt auch Papua-Neuguinea.
Guayana liegt in Südamerika und es gibt den Staat Guayana und französisch-Guayana
Aber hey...wir haben über 100 Anerkennungen
The Kosovo case: Punishing friends, rewarding enemies
By DENIS MACSHANE
Despite Ambassador Levy’s warmly received presence, Israel stands with many of its own enemies in not recognizing Kosovo.
demonstration in Bonn during the Kosovo bombing Photo: REUTERS
The monument is of the most perfect simplicity. A plain, upright marble slab.
In Albanian, Serbian, Hebrew and English it records the site as the ground where the last synagogue in Pristina stood. In Kosovo, the Jewish presence is small, but has been constant since the fateful day in 1492 when the Catholic monarchs of Spain ordered the expulsion of Jews. Many settled in the Balkans, living quietly as second class citizens under Ottoman rule until the rise of anti-Jewish ideology as organized politics in Europe.
Yugoslavia’s pre-1939 Jews suffered not just from the arrival of the Nazis in 1941 but from the openly anti-Semitic Ustashe Croats. In Serbia, the local Gestapo boss in Belgrade reported to Berlin in August” 1942: “Serbien ist judenfrei” – the first of the conquered lands in the Nazi imperium to rid itself of Jews.
The one temporary haven was in Kosovo, which had been occupied by Italy under a deal between Hitler and Mussolini. Kosovan- Albanians continued the Ottoman tradition of shelter, including for Jews. It was a small and only temporary respite in the Holocaust’s gathering fury. As the Germans moved south through the Balkans into Greece they brought with them all the exterminationist apparatus, and Jews living in Kosovo also perished.
Today there is a tiny Jewish community of a few dozen in Kosovo, but their presence as part of Kosovan history is remembered. In an impressive ceremony in Pristina. Kosovo’s prime minister, Hashim Thaci, spoke of the need to learn from the Jewish emphasis on reconciliation. A senior Israeli diplomat, Ambassador Yossef Levy laid a wreath along with Kosovo’s president.
Pristina’s tiny synagogue stood until 1963 when it was bulldozed by local communist rulers to make way for the social-realism architectural brutalities of Tito’s Yugoslavia.
Now there are plans to build a museum to the history of Kosovo Jewry and the Anglo- Israeli architect, Ron Arad, has been commissioned to draw up plans.
Today Kosovo is a small, independent nation searching for reconciliation and recognition like other small nations that emerged from Yugoslavia, such as Croatia, Montenegro or Macedonia. It is poor and its politics is dominated by the personalities of the liberation war of 1998-1999.
Kosovo has established diplomatic relations with about 100 other nations despite a counter-diplomatic offensive by Serbia and Russia, which has never forgiven the West for the military attacks on the Kremlin’s Balkan protégé, Slobodan Milosevic. All the major democracies in Europe and North America have recognized Kosovo. The most recent to recognize Kosovo include Tanziania and Yemen. There are hold-outs like Cyprus or Greece, which have close links to the Serb Orthodox church. But the most curious and illogical recognition refusenik is Israel.
In a startling reversal of normal diplomacy, Israel’s approach to Kosovo is to punish its friends and reward its enemies. Despite Ambassador Levy’s warmly received presence, Israel stands with many of its own enemies in not recognizing Kosovo.
For years, Western diplomats have urged Arab countries to establish normal diplomatic relations with Israel. Even at the height of Franco-German enmity, when Germany occupied and annexed the Alsace-Lorraine region of eastern France, Berlin and Paris maintained diplomatic ties. So why does Israel irritate its friends by refusing to recognize Kosovo? The formal reason is that to recognize Kosovo might encourage the recognition of the Palestinian state. Yet the very countries in the forefront of pushing for diplomatic recognition of Palestine – Brazil or South Africa for example – are those that refuse to recognize Kosovo.
Unlike Palestine, Kosovo exercises authority over a defined geographical area with clear frontiers. Under pressure from the European Union, Belgrade now accepts there will be no revision of Kosovo’s frontiers, even if there are disputes over the extent of autonomy in the Serb-populated region in north Kosovo. The Orthodox church has dioceses and monasteries in Kosovo and while there is no love between the Kosovan Albanian and Kosovan Serb communities there is a sullen co-existence akin to the rubbing along between Catholic nationalist and protestant unionist communities in Northern Ireland.
There are many other contested or occupied territories from northern Cyprus to Spanish enclaves in Morocco, Kashmir, Ngorno Karabak or Abkahzia, to name just some. If Israel refused diplomatic recognition to countries whose borders were in question it would have to close many embassies.
Kosovo needs to develop its economy, access international credit, become open to outside investors to exploit its mineral resources and develop tourism in the delightful verdant valleys of Europe’s most unspoiled region. To do this it needs to play a full part in international bodies from the World Bank to the Council of Europe. The petulant refusal of Russia to allow Kosovo to enter the UN may make Moscow diplomats feel strong but it is as silly as American refusal to recognize communist China until Nixon’s visit in 1973, or even the delay until 1950 and the retirement of the anti-Zionist foreign secretary, Ernest Bevin, before Britain opened diplomatic relations with Israel.
The Serb-Russian bitterness over Kosovo’s independence is counter-productive diplomacy.
One can understand why anti-Western governments endorse it but Israel’s nonrecognition of Kosovo makes no sense. Kosovo is a natural friend of Israel and Israeli diplomacy should recognize the fact.
The writer is a former UK foreign minister and author of Globalising hatred: the New Antisemitism (2008) and Why Kosovo Still Matters (2011).
The Kosovo case: Punishing friends, rewarding enemies | JPost | Israel News
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For its own sake, Israel must be the 100th state to recognize Kosovo
Israel should drop the assumption that the international processes that led to Kosovo's independence could bring about an imposed agreement with the Palestinians.
By Adar Primor | 01:29 09.06.13 |
GAZIMESTAN, Kosovo - This is where it all began. On these magnificent green fields. In this wide valley with an endless horizon. Only 10 kilometers from the capital, Pristina.
Schade das wir aufgrund der bosnische Serben die Unabhängigkeit als Gesamtstaat akzeptieren können...
Kosovo war auch eine Autonomie im ehemaligen Jugoslawien, bis Milosevic Ihnen das Recht auf Autonomie nahm.
Und von den Staaten Russland, Serbien und Co. braucht ihr gar nichts zu erwarten. Die orthodoxen Staaten sind zurückgeblieben und schauen eher auf die sogenannte "Orthodoxe Brüderschaft" als auf das Recht auf Unabhängigkeit, Selbstbestimmung und die Menschenrechte..
Wichtig ist nur das die meisten westlichen Staaten (die wichtigen Staaten) Kosovo anerkannt haben.
Ägypten hat uns anerkannt
Egjipti njeh Kosovën
Republika Arabe e Egjiptit e ka njohur pavarësinë e Kosovës. Vendimi i është kumtuar në mëngjesin e sotëm ministrit të Punëve të Jashtme të Kosovës, Enver Hoxhaj.
Hoxhaj ka konfirmuar se vendimin ia kanë bërë të ditur nëpërmjet telefonit zëvendëspresidenti egjiptian, por dhe zëvendësministri i këtij shteti.
Egjipti është një nga vendet më të populluara në Afrikë dhe Lindjen e Mesme dhe vendi me më ndikim në këtë pjesë.
Paralajmërimin për njohjen e pati dhënë në ditën e 5-vjetorit të pavarësisë së Kosovës edhe e dërguara e posaçme e presidentit egjiptian, Mohamed Morsi, dhe njëherësh zëvendëspresidente e Egjiptit, Pakinam Al Sharkaui. Ajo pati marrë pjesë në ceremonitë shtetërore të shënimit të përvjetorit të pavarësisë.
Das ist schön
Ein Schwergewicht in der arabischen Welt und ein deutliches Zeichen,wie die Araber zu uns stehen,wenn sie unabhängig
von ihren Autokraten mal etwas melden dürfen. Freu mich
El Salvador erkennt die unabhängige Republik Kosovo an
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Prishtinë, 29.06.2013 11:32
El Salvador është shteti i radhës që njeh pavarësinë e Kosovës. “El Salvador tashme ka marr vendim për ta njohur Kosovën shtet sovran dhe te pavarur. MPJ tashme ka marr konfirmimin nga Ambasada e këtij shteti në OKB”, transmerton Koha.
Njohja formale sipas këtij burimi do të vijë të hënën, kur ky shtet pritet të dërgojë në Prishtinë edhe notën verbale, njofton Ere.
Shteti i fundit që ka njohur Kosovën ishte Egjipti. Ministri Hoxhaj në këto dy vjet disa herë ka vizituar Amerikën Latine dhe ka takuar përfaqësues të këtyre shteteve.
Mbrëmë ministri Hoxhaj kishte paralajmëruar në “Twitter” një njohje të re. “Lajmi i fundit: Kosova evropiane pret sot një njohje të re nga një shteti i Hemisferës Perëndimore! Detalet se cili, do të jepen së shpejti”, pati shkruar Hoxhaj.
El Salvadori njeh Kosovën?
Ägypten ist das uns schließlich schuldig. Der Begründer des modernen Ägypten, der das Land in die Unabhängigkeit vom osmanischen Reich führte ist Albaner und die albanische Königsdynastie besteht dort immer noch. Das ist das Minimum was Ägypten für uns tun kann.
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