Yesterday the spokeswoman of the Office of the Prosecution of the ICTY said that the allegations could not be substantiated, quite apart from the jurisdictional problem. She said that, in that case, it was up to UNMIK and the authorities of Albania to deal with the issue. Which implies they have done nothing. That is a shame.
As a journalist in Kosovo – often you find yourself explaining a very complex situation in a nutshell for an audience that does necessarily understand the ins and outs of bureaucracies and authorities who ended up running (or not) one thing or another here.
A repairman come to my flat three weeks ago, because I needed some corrections to be made on the works his company did for me last summer; some walls were taken down, others put up and some other changes.
In case you wonder why I, a Kosovar, would dedicate my third blog article in a row to Serbia, the answer is quite simple. It’s fun! Now that Kosovo is independent, Serbia and especially its political scene is so much fun.
I am so upset and I am trembling as I write these lines from a fancy hotel in Athens, where I am supposed to be attending a conference on globalization.
Serbia’s government agreed to recognise independence of Kosovo, in its regular annual meeting on Tuesday, government officials confirmed.
Dear readers, please ignore the lead. It’s way too serious for this article. But I had to drag your attention somehow, and this is a good way to do so.
It’s Friday evening and I’m watching TV. Images coming from Belgrade are shocking. Massive looting, burning embassies, destroyed properties… And it took 24 hours to Prime Minister Kostunica to speak a word about all this.
No, let me be serious for a moment. There are so many things happening around us at the moment and there have been so many events in the past two months; I cannot really pick what to share!