Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Macedonia to Recognize Kosovo’s Independence?

Skopje Macedonia-
Macedonia is ready to recognize Kosovo’s independence after Albania does and after Pristina and Belgrade sign an agreement, correspondent of FOCUS News Agency in Skopje reported, citing sources linked to the government.

According to Skopje’s Television Channel 5, Ali Ahmeti, leader of the Democratic Union for Integration (BDI- An Albanian Party in Coalition government), pointed out that Kosovo’s independence would bring peace and stability to Macedonia and in the region. Ahmeti made this statement right after his meeting with the People’s Movement for Kosovo[Kosova] in Pristina. Such statement could represent the common opinion of Macedonian society.

Media in Skopje informs that BDI partners in the government – the social democrats of Crvenkovski and Buckovski, have not made a comment regarding former NLA ( NAtional Liberation Army) commander’s statement but they do not reject the claim that they are ready to recognize Kosovo’s statute right after Albania does so.

Government circles believe that in the next 18 months, the international community will concentrate on resolving the Kosovo issue and convincing Belgrade to recognize Kosovo’s independence. Therefore, January 1st 2007 could be considered possible independence day for Kosovo[Kosova]. F.F

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Republik for drug dealers, Terrorist and Bin Laden friends.

Anonymous said...

never!!!!!! ever ever........ shame on every country that recognizes kosovo.... OK imagine a bunch of mexicans immigrating in the United States in a certain area where they dominate the US citizens in that area. and all the sudden they want to create a country and gain independence. u think the US would fucking give up their land like that... shit