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Serbien bestimmt den Kosovo Status allein

Erstellt von lupo-de-mare, 10.11.2005, 19:04 Uhr · 9 Antworten · 753 Aufrufe

  1. #1
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    Serbien bestimmt den Kosovo Status allein

    Die EU sagt klipp und klar, das nur mit Zustimmung von Belgrad, es eine Einigung über den Kosovo geben kann und wird.

    So schreibt es auch das Völkerrecht zu und die berühmte UN Resolution 1244!

    Und die UCK Gangster fragt sowieso niemand, denn wer redet schon mit Terroristen, Gangstern und Mördern.

    http://www.kosovakosovo.com/news/ind...change_lang=en

    EU ministers: Unilateral solution for Kosovo unacceptable

    BRUSSELS, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - The European Union would find
    unacceptable any unilateral solution for Kosovo or that arising from use
    of force. Instead, the status of Kosovo "must encourage progress both
    Belgrade and Pristina can make on their way to the European Union," the
    EU ministers said in their draft conclusions, made in Brussels, on Nov.
    7.
    Together with U.N. envoy for Kosovo Marti Ahtisaari, the EU
    ministers discussed the preparations for launching the Kosovo status
    talks, and appointed EU High Representative Javier Solana's aide Stefan
    Lehne as Ahtisaari's assistant.
    The ministers also underlined in their conclusions that a solution
    for Kosovo must make everyone in Kosovo free to live, work and move
    without fear, animosities or threats. It also has to "guarantee the
    right to safe return for all refugees or displaced persons." "Specific
    protection is necessary for cultural heritage and religious sites," the
    ministers said.
    The European ministers asked the European Commission to define the
    future role and contribution of the European Union, in order to
    "strengthen its engagement in Kosovo in the areas of police, rule of law
    and economy."

    Rupel: No solution for Kosovo without Serbia

    BRUSSELS, LJUBLJANA, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - Slovenian Foreign Minister
    Dimitrij Rupel :!: :!: said in Brussels that "a genuine, long-term solution for
    Kosovo is impossible to define without Serbia's cooperation :!: :!: and
    consent, :!: :!: " disagreeing with "those who think that such a solution can be
    imposed."
    Rupel spoke during a debate on the Western Balkans, at a conference
    of EU foreign ministers in Brussels.
    The Slovenian foreign minister said that the exchange of opinions
    between the EU ministers and U.N. envoy for Kosovo Marti Ahtisaari
    produced two different views - some believed the future-status talks
    should be ended as soon as possible, preferably in a matter of months,
    whereas other ministers described this opinon as unrealistic, expecting
    the talks to take years, Rupel said.

    Nobody can impose solution for Kosovo's status, says Lavrov

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergey
    Lavrov said yesterday evening in Prishtina that Russia supports direct
    talks between Prishtina and Belgrade, adding that nobody can impose any
    solution for Kosovo's status.
    "The Contact Group through its guiding principles has not prejudiced
    any outcome of status talks between Belgrade and Prishtina. The only
    options excluded are partition of Kosovo and changing of borders of
    member states," Lavrov said.
    Lavrov made those comments during a short visit to Prishtina, where
    he opened Russian Liaison Office, and met with the head of UNMIK Soren
    Jessen-Petersen and the President Ibrahim Rugova.
    "Within the Contact Group there is a consensus that the process of
    status should go along with the implementation of standards," Lavrov
    said.

    Tadic, Kostunica, Marovic and Draskovic discuss Kosovo with Lavrov

    BELGRADE, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - Top-ranking officials of Serbia and
    Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia agreed with Russian Foreign
    Minister Sergey Lavrov on Nov. 7 that a realistic compromise that would
    not threaten regional and European security would be the best solution
    for Kosovo.
    Serbian President Boris Tadic said to reporters that he conveyed to
    the Russian foreign minister his personal view that an independent
    Kosovo would be a precedent with destabilizing effects on Europe and
    democratic potentials in Serbia.
    Serbian Premier Vojislav Kostunica explained that the formula "more
    than autonomy, less than independence" reflected Belgrade's readiness to
    ensure a very high level of autonomy for Kosovo, which would be
    genuinely substantial.

    Burns writes to Rugova

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - The US Undersecretary of State
    Nicholas Burns has responded to Rugova's letter, conveying the concern
    of the Contact Group that Kosovo Negotiations Team has still not managed
    to overcome political and personal differences.
    The spokesperson for the President Skender Hyseni confirmed to Zeri
    the arrival of this note.
    According to the paper's sources Burns also briefed Rugova on the
    Contact Group's discussions in their last meeting; namely with the ten
    guiding principles for solution of Kosovo's status.

    Solution for Kosovo to take into account Macedonia's sovereignty

    VIENNA, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - Macedonia wants to play "a constructive
    role" in the upcoming talks on the future of status of Kosovo, "however
    small it is expected to be," Macedonian Premier Vlado Buckovski said on
    Nov. 8.
    "We will accept any solution respectful of the sovereignty and
    territorial integrity of Macedonia," the premier said in an interview
    with the Austrian APA news agency.
    "First of all, Belgrade and Pristina must reach a compromise,"
    Buckovski said, refusing to specify whose position Macedonia is more
    inclined to - Belgrade's, formulated as "more than autonomy, less than
    independence," or Pristina's pro-independence stance.

    COMKFOR calls on Pejans to cooperate with KFOR

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - KFOR Commander Lt. Gen. Giuseppe
    Valotto called on Peja residents yesterday to cooperate with security
    forces in order to guarantee a safe and a secure environment for all.
    KFOR Commander made these comments following his meeting with Peja
    Mayor, Ali Lajci.
    General Valotto emphasized that the situation of security in Peja
    region, regardless of some verbal threats, is good.
    The Mayor Ali Lajci highlighted the importance of having a stable
    situation as Kosovo is entering the status process.
    He said that KFOR is doing an excellent job, and that its troops
    enjoy particular respect in Peja.

    Patriarch Pavle consecrates church in northern Mitrovica

    KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - Serbian Patriarch Pavle
    consecrated on Nov. 8 the Holly Martyr Dimitrije's Church in the north
    of Kosovska Mitrovica.
    The new temple will be the principal Orthodox worship site, after
    St. Sava's Church in the south of the town was devastated in a wave of
    anti-Serb violence in March 2004.
    The Serbian Orthodox Church announced that apart from a recently
    consecrated church in Leposavic, the temple in Mitrovica is another Serb
    Orthodox church in Kosovo where Christian life could continue.

    Rrustem Mustafa joins PDK

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - Rrustem Mustafa-Remi, a former
    Commander of Kosovo Liberation (KLA), has become yesterday a member of
    the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK).
    The PDK Chairman Hashi Thaci and other party members have welcomed
    today Remi in a special event organized in the sixth anniversary of this
    party in the premises of Grand Hotel in Prishtina.
    Thaci said that the PDK is a party of future and of new victories.
    He said that now it is the time for investments, unity and for sharing
    of responsibility. The principles, which according to him, are being
    promoted by PDK.
    Thaci emphasized that everyone should take its part of
    responsibility for the historical moment that Kosovo is going through,
    adding that all capacities need to be mobilized in order to accomplish
    the will of Kosovar citizens for an independent and sovereign state.

    KIPRED introduces report on security

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - Kosovar Institute for Policy
    Research and Development (KIPRED) and Safeworld presented yesterday in
    Prishtina the report entitled enhancing civilian management and
    oversight of the security sector in Kosovo.
    KIPRED Executive Director Lulzim Peci said that this report
    indicates the necessity of establishing of the Ministry of Justice and
    that of Interior Affairs, or else there is no civil control on the
    sector of the internal security in Kosovo.
    The report aims at identifying the challenges for building a genuine
    democratic governance in Kosovo's security sector.

    C 1998-2005 CDRSEE, KosovaLive and Medijski Centar Beta

    http://listserv.acsu.buffalo.edu/cgi...T=0&F=&S=&P=78

    :!:

  2. #2
    jugo-jebe-dugo
    Auch Kofi Annan sagte kurz vor den Beginn der Verhandlungen das man sich nach der UN Resolution 1244 richten soll.


    Die ganze UN Resolution 1244 kann man ihn diesem Thread durchlesen wo die zwei wichtigsten Punkte fettgedruckt sind.

    http://www.balkanforum.at/modules.ph...ewtopic&t=5629

  3. #3

    Re: Serbien bestimmt den Kosovo Status allein

    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Die EU sagt klipp und klar, das nur mit Zustimmung von Belgrad, es eine Einigung über den Kosovo geben kann und wird.

    So schreibt es auch das Völkerrecht zu und die berühmte UN Resolution 1244!

    Und die UCK Gangster fragt sowieso niemand, denn wer redet schon mit Terroristen, Gangstern und Mördern.

    http://www.kosovakosovo.com/news/ind...change_lang=en

    EU ministers: Unilateral solution for Kosovo unacceptable

    BRUSSELS, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - The European Union would find
    unacceptable any unilateral solution for Kosovo or that arising from use
    of force. Instead, the status of Kosovo "must encourage progress both
    Belgrade and Pristina can make on their way to the European Union," the
    EU ministers said in their draft conclusions, made in Brussels, on Nov.
    7.
    Together with U.N. envoy for Kosovo Marti Ahtisaari, the EU
    ministers discussed the preparations for launching the Kosovo status
    talks, and appointed EU High Representative Javier Solana's aide Stefan
    Lehne as Ahtisaari's assistant.
    The ministers also underlined in their conclusions that a solution
    for Kosovo must make everyone in Kosovo free to live, work and move
    without fear, animosities or threats. It also has to "guarantee the
    right to safe return for all refugees or displaced persons." "Specific
    protection is necessary for cultural heritage and religious sites," the
    ministers said.
    The European ministers asked the European Commission to define the
    future role and contribution of the European Union, in order to
    "strengthen its engagement in Kosovo in the areas of police, rule of law
    and economy."

    Rupel: No solution for Kosovo without Serbia

    BRUSSELS, LJUBLJANA, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - Slovenian Foreign Minister
    Dimitrij Rupel :!: :!: said in Brussels that "a genuine, long-term solution for
    Kosovo is impossible to define without Serbia's cooperation :!: :!: and
    consent, :!: :!: " disagreeing with "those who think that such a solution can be
    imposed."
    Rupel spoke during a debate on the Western Balkans, at a conference
    of EU foreign ministers in Brussels.
    The Slovenian foreign minister said that the exchange of opinions
    between the EU ministers and U.N. envoy for Kosovo Marti Ahtisaari
    produced two different views - some believed the future-status talks
    should be ended as soon as possible, preferably in a matter of months,
    whereas other ministers described this opinon as unrealistic, expecting
    the talks to take years, Rupel said.

    Nobody can impose solution for Kosovo's status, says Lavrov

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergey
    Lavrov said yesterday evening in Prishtina that Russia supports direct
    talks between Prishtina and Belgrade, adding that nobody can impose any
    solution for Kosovo's status.
    "The Contact Group through its guiding principles has not prejudiced
    any outcome of status talks between Belgrade and Prishtina. The only
    options excluded are partition of Kosovo and changing of borders of
    member states," Lavrov said.
    Lavrov made those comments during a short visit to Prishtina, where
    he opened Russian Liaison Office, and met with the head of UNMIK Soren
    Jessen-Petersen and the President Ibrahim Rugova.
    "Within the Contact Group there is a consensus that the process of
    status should go along with the implementation of standards," Lavrov
    said.

    Tadic, Kostunica, Marovic and Draskovic discuss Kosovo with Lavrov

    BELGRADE, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - Top-ranking officials of Serbia and
    Montenegro and the Republic of Serbia agreed with Russian Foreign
    Minister Sergey Lavrov on Nov. 7 that a realistic compromise that would
    not threaten regional and European security would be the best solution
    for Kosovo.
    Serbian President Boris Tadic said to reporters that he conveyed to
    the Russian foreign minister his personal view that an independent
    Kosovo would be a precedent with destabilizing effects on Europe and
    democratic potentials in Serbia.
    Serbian Premier Vojislav Kostunica explained that the formula "more
    than autonomy, less than independence" reflected Belgrade's readiness to
    ensure a very high level of autonomy for Kosovo, which would be
    genuinely substantial.

    Burns writes to Rugova

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - The US Undersecretary of State
    Nicholas Burns has responded to Rugova's letter, conveying the concern
    of the Contact Group that Kosovo Negotiations Team has still not managed
    to overcome political and personal differences.
    The spokesperson for the President Skender Hyseni confirmed to Zeri
    the arrival of this note.
    According to the paper's sources Burns also briefed Rugova on the
    Contact Group's discussions in their last meeting; namely with the ten
    guiding principles for solution of Kosovo's status.

    Solution for Kosovo to take into account Macedonia's sovereignty

    VIENNA, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - Macedonia wants to play "a constructive
    role" in the upcoming talks on the future of status of Kosovo, "however
    small it is expected to be," Macedonian Premier Vlado Buckovski said on
    Nov. 8.
    "We will accept any solution respectful of the sovereignty and
    territorial integrity of Macedonia," the premier said in an interview
    with the Austrian APA news agency.
    "First of all, Belgrade and Pristina must reach a compromise,"
    Buckovski said, refusing to specify whose position Macedonia is more
    inclined to - Belgrade's, formulated as "more than autonomy, less than
    independence," or Pristina's pro-independence stance.

    COMKFOR calls on Pejans to cooperate with KFOR

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - KFOR Commander Lt. Gen. Giuseppe
    Valotto called on Peja residents yesterday to cooperate with security
    forces in order to guarantee a safe and a secure environment for all.
    KFOR Commander made these comments following his meeting with Peja
    Mayor, Ali Lajci.
    General Valotto emphasized that the situation of security in Peja
    region, regardless of some verbal threats, is good.
    The Mayor Ali Lajci highlighted the importance of having a stable
    situation as Kosovo is entering the status process.
    He said that KFOR is doing an excellent job, and that its troops
    enjoy particular respect in Peja.

    Patriarch Pavle consecrates church in northern Mitrovica

    KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, Nov. 8, 2005 (BETA) - Serbian Patriarch Pavle
    consecrated on Nov. 8 the Holly Martyr Dimitrije's Church in the north
    of Kosovska Mitrovica.
    The new temple will be the principal Orthodox worship site, after
    St. Sava's Church in the south of the town was devastated in a wave of
    anti-Serb violence in March 2004.
    The Serbian Orthodox Church announced that apart from a recently
    consecrated church in Leposavic, the temple in Mitrovica is another Serb
    Orthodox church in Kosovo where Christian life could continue.

    Rrustem Mustafa joins PDK

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - Rrustem Mustafa-Remi, a former
    Commander of Kosovo Liberation (KLA), has become yesterday a member of
    the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK).
    The PDK Chairman Hashi Thaci and other party members have welcomed
    today Remi in a special event organized in the sixth anniversary of this
    party in the premises of Grand Hotel in Prishtina.
    Thaci said that the PDK is a party of future and of new victories.
    He said that now it is the time for investments, unity and for sharing
    of responsibility. The principles, which according to him, are being
    promoted by PDK.
    Thaci emphasized that everyone should take its part of
    responsibility for the historical moment that Kosovo is going through,
    adding that all capacities need to be mobilized in order to accomplish
    the will of Kosovar citizens for an independent and sovereign state.

    KIPRED introduces report on security

    PRISTINA, Nov. 8, 2005 (KosovaLive) - Kosovar Institute for Policy
    Research and Development (KIPRED) and Safeworld presented yesterday in
    Prishtina the report entitled enhancing civilian management and
    oversight of the security sector in Kosovo.
    KIPRED Executive Director Lulzim Peci said that this report
    indicates the necessity of establishing of the Ministry of Justice and
    that of Interior Affairs, or else there is no civil control on the
    sector of the internal security in Kosovo.
    The report aims at identifying the challenges for building a genuine
    democratic governance in Kosovo's security sector.

    C 1998-2005 CDRSEE, KosovaLive and Medijski Centar Beta

    http://listserv.acsu.buffalo.edu/cgi...T=0&F=&S=&P=78

    :!:

    Wiedermal toparbeit von @Lupo-de-mare . super beitrag.

  4. #4
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    Re: Serbien bestimmt den Kosovo Status allein

    Zitat Zitat von Shvaler

    Wiedermal toparbeit von @Lupo-de-mare . super beitrag.
    Ich danke Dir, denn nach diesem @FoolishFarmer Kakerlaken Befall des Politik Forums, brauche ich etwas Aufmunterung!

  5. #5
    Feuerengel
    Ich finde FoolishFarmer cool.
    Ein Albaner mit Schlips & Kragen.

    "Birra e Pejës" für Immer! :wink:

  6. #6
    Avatar von lupo-de-mare

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    Zitat Zitat von Gjergj
    Ich finde FoolishFarmer cool.
    Ein Albaner mit Schlips & Kragen.

    "Birra e Pejës" für Immer! :wink:
    Deine Stimme hat ja Gewicht hier, aber sei mal ehrlich. Warum macht der Typ dieses Forum schlecht, obwohl er der einzige User ist, der hier herumspammt und ständig sinnlose Beleidigungen von sich gibt.

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    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare

    Deine Stimme hat ja Gewicht hier, aber sei mal ehrlich. Warum macht der Typ dieses Forum schlecht, obwohl er der einzige User ist, der hier herumspammt und ständig sinnlose Beleidigungen von sich gibt.
    sagt gerade der richtige..und weist du was Lupo-de-Mare ...er ist mehr als Diskussionspartner erwünscht als du..du kommst verbreitest Propaganda und teilst gerne aus....wie z.B Albaner betreiben Inzucht ..Albaner sind keine lllyrer...und das wars ,und dann verkriechst du dann wiedermal in deinen Loch ......und bei ernsten Diskussionen und bei Fragen und Antworten bist du nie anwesend..was soll das ????

  8. #8
    Avatar von Monte-Grobar

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    Zitat Zitat von Albanesi2
    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare

    Deine Stimme hat ja Gewicht hier, aber sei mal ehrlich. Warum macht der Typ dieses Forum schlecht, obwohl er der einzige User ist, der hier herumspammt und ständig sinnlose Beleidigungen von sich gibt.
    sagt gerade der richtige..und weist du was Lupo-de-Mare ...er ist mehr als Diskussionspartner erwünscht als du..du kommst verbreitest Propaganda und teilst gerne aus....wie z.B Albaner betreiben Inzucht ..Albaner sind keine lllyrer...und das wars ,und dann verkriechst du dann wiedermal in deinen Loch ......und bei ernsten Diskussionen und bei Fragen und Antworten bist du nie anwesend..was soll das ????
    Laber net, zurück mit dir ins affenland. Lupo ist der einzige und paar andere die keine scheisse labern. Deine ganzen neuen Siptari kollegen sind ein Abschaum, genauso wie du!

  9. #9
    Feuerengel
    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Zitat Zitat von Gjergj
    Ich finde FoolishFarmer cool.
    Ein Albaner mit Schlips & Kragen.

    "Birra e Pejës" für Immer! :wink:
    Deine Stimme hat ja Gewicht hier, aber sei mal ehrlich. Warum macht der Typ dieses Forum schlecht, obwohl er der einzige User ist, der hier herumspammt und ständig sinnlose Beleidigungen von sich gibt.
    Meine Stimme hätte Gewicht wenn es mehr Albaner geben würde.
    Er ist keiner von diesen Spamheinys :spam2: ...

    Spams sind Leutz wie mare karë!
    Die denken mit Beleidgungen weiter zu kommen.

  10. #10
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    Zitat Zitat von Gjergj
    [

    Meine Stimme hätte Gewicht wenn es mehr Albaner geben würde.
    Er ist keiner von diesen Spamheinys :spam2: ...

    Spams sind Leutz wie mare karë!
    Die denken mit Beleidgungen weiter zu kommen.
    Reg Dich ab! Vieles wird nicht so heiss gegessen wie es aussieht. Mod's sollten sich sowieso mehr zurückhalten und damit meine ich jetzt: Mare-Care

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