Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Serbs return to Kosovo's institutions without Belgrade's approval

Zëri reports that according to one of the leaders of the Serbian List for Kosovo
(SLKM), Dragisa Krstovic, most SLKM representatives want this political entity
to rejoin the institutions of Kosovo, “but there are still some internal
disagreements that keep this entity outside the institutions because some Kosovo
Serb politicians consider that a decision without full consensus would be a hasty
step and would have consequences for the Serb community.”

Most SLKM representatives reportedly want to return to the Kosovo institutions
even without Belgrade’s consent, but they fear that such a decision would divide
the political entity. “We don’t have Belgrade’s approval, but if we decide to enter
the institutions we will do so without Belgrade’s consent,” Krstovic was quoted as
saying.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

They can't give legitimacy to Kosovo as an entity seperate from Serbia.

Anonymous said...

They can't realistically expect institutions that they ignore to work for them and defend them.

Anonymous said...

Albanian institutions led by Ceku defend Serbs? That is hilarious! Ridiculous!

Anonymous said...

Albanian institutions work for Serbs. That is also hilarious.