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NATO vows to take tough line against Kosovo extremists

Erstellt von port80, 09.01.2007, 11:09 Uhr · 2 Antworten · 400 Aufrufe

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    NATO vows to take tough line against Kosovo extremists

    NATO vows to take tough line against Kosovo extremists

    January 08, 2007 9:01 AM

    PRISTINA, Serbia-NATO's commander in Kosovo pledged Monday that his troops will respond strongly to anyone threatening security in the province in the runup to an announcement on its future status.

    "KFOR will respond strongly against individuals or groups of individuals tempted to undermine peace and security, and I know that people of Kosovo back up my determination," Lt. Gen. Roland Kather told reporters.

    The 16,000-strong NATO-led peacekeeping force would stay in Kosovo with the same mandate, organization, size and concept for some time after the province's status had been determined, he said.

    However, Kather predicted no violence in the province.

    "I know that people reject violence and are aware that any violence at all from anyone, from any community, would immediately put at stake all that has been achieved so far and even more important all the visions for the future," he added.

    Kosovo has been administered by a U.N. mission since mid-1999, when NATO launched an air war to halt a crackdown by Serb forces on separatist ethnic Albanian rebels. The province is patrolled by NATO's peacekeepers, known as KFOR, who are in charge of overall security.

    The province's ethnic Albanian majority wants full independence, but Belgrade wants to retain some control over what it considers part of Serbia.

    The chief U.N. envoy Martti Ahtisaari, the former Finnish president who has facilitated months of talks between the two sides, is due to make his final recommendation on the province's future in a few weeks' time.

    He originally planned to present his proposal, expected to involve some form of independence for Kosovo, to the U.N. by the end of 2006. However, that plan was postponed to allow for Jan. 21 parliamentary elections in Serbia, which are being dominated by the debate over Kosovo.

    http://www.serbianna.com/news/2007/01017.shtml
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    da soll mal versuchen ein albaner aufzumucken.....,das ist die vorbereitung auf die autonomie, und nicht die unabhängigkeit, solche komntare der nato unterschreichen das klar und deutlich

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    was serbiana.com sagt is nicht wichtig

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    Zitat Zitat von FReitag
    was serbiana.com sagt is nicht wichtig
    dein leben ist nicht wichtig schmeiss es weg oder lass dich abtreiben du verwaltungsopfer

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