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The speech of Mufti Terrnava, President of the Islamic Community of Kosova

on the occasion of the conference concerning the coexisting peace and inter religious dialogue in Kosovo
Peja, 2-3 May, 2006


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Speech by Don Shan Zefi, Chancellor

Opening of Interfaith Conference on Peaceful Coexistence and Dialogue
Monastery of Pec Patriarchate
Peja / Pec, May 2 - 3, 2006


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Welcoming Remarks

Peć Patriarchate, May 2 / April 19, 2006
Interfaith Conference on Peaceful Coexistence and Dialogue
Metropolitan Amfilohije of Montenegro and the Littoral


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Three U.S. motives in Kosovo

By Baton Haxhiu, political analyst

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U.S. Wants a Swift and Peaceful Solution for Kosovo

By Zivorad Kovacevic, President of the European Movement in Serbia and a former Yugoslav ambassador to the U.S.

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April - the Month of Decision

by Dusan Janjic, Senior Fellow of the Institute for Social Studies and the coordinator of the Forum for Ethnic Relations

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Is Kosova at the crossroad of definition of its political status?

By Fadil Maloku, Executive Director of the Institute for Democracy and Ethnic Relations of Kosova and Professor of Globalization and Civilizations at the UP Sociology Department.

Reactions | Number of reactions: 7



The Future Status of Kosovo and Metohija

By Dusan Prorokovic, chairman of the Serbian Legislature Committee on Kosovo and Metohija

Reactions | Number of reactions: 26


Since 1999, everything in Kosovo is taking place independently from Serbia

By: Mahir Yağcılar, member of Parliament Presidency and Chairman of Turkish Democratic Party of Kosovo (TDPK)

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Kosovo and Metohija: The Highest Possible Degree of Autonomy or Self- Determination for All Nations in the Balkans

By Aleksandar Vucic, secretary general of the Serbian Radical Party

Reactions | Number of reactions: 40


State, the way and the form of building the state of Kosovo

By: Dr. Muhamet Kelmendi, Chairman of UNIKOMB

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Kosovo was taken the right of self-determination by force

By Prof. Fatmir Fehmiu, an expert of constitutional law

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The Kosovo Albanians have never mentioned human and civil rights in connection with their status, only territory.

By Ratko Markovic, Professor at Belgrade University School of Law

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Let us not lie to one another!

by Bahri Cani, political scientist and correspondent of Deutsche Welle

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Combating Hate Speech and Supporting Tolerance

By Bojan Toncic, Belgrade newspaper Danas

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How much the international law can impact in resolving of Kosovo’s issue?

By Prof. Dr. Enver Hasani, Professor of International Law and International Relations

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What Can International Law Do to Help Resolve the Kosovo Išue

By Prof. Vojin Dimitrijevic

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Debts for Serbia - property for Kosovo

by: Prof. Ljubodrag Savic, Ph.D.Econ., Faculty of Economics in Belgrade

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Who owes whom?

By Nuri Bashota, a lecturer at the Faculty of Economy at the University of Prishtina

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Current security situation in Kosovo

Ramadan Qehaja, Political Advisor for Security Affairs of Kosovo’s Prime Minister

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Negotiations on Kosovo's Future -- A New Security Challenge

By Zoran Dragisic, military analyst and a professor at the School of Civil Defense in Belgrade

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Kosovo is the only region in Europe where international standards are not respected

By Jelena Markovic, Assistant Minister of Human and Minority Rights of Serbia-Montenegro

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Situation of human rights and of minorities

By: Nazmi Fejza, the Deputy Minister for Communities and Return

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Prime minister Bajram Kosumi's letter addressed to the Romanian Ambassador to the UN Mihnea Motoc

Bajram Kosumi, Prime Minister of Kosova

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Statement by H.E. Vojislav Kostunica, Prime minister of the Republic of Serbia at the Security council meeting on Kosovo and Metohija



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More than Autonomy, Less than Independence -- A Fair Offer

By Sanda Raskovic-Ivic, president of the Serbian government's Coordinating Center for Kosovo and Metohija

Reactions | Number of reactions: 38


Why Kosova needs independence?

Author: Veton Surroi, member of the Kosovar delegation for status talks and the Chairman of ORA

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The imposed unity

Author: Shkelzen Maliqi

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Ahead of Kosovo Status Negotiations: Independent Kosovo 2006 - Fateful Mistake

by: Slobodan Antonic, Senior Lecturer at the School of Philosophy in Belgrade

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European Principles to Empower Kosova’s Communities

By Dardan Gashi, Principal Advisor to Minister Lutfi Haziri

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Albanians do not want Serbs in decentralization of authority in Kosovo

by: Goran Bogdanovic, deputy of the Serb Ticket for Kosovo and Metohija from the Democratic Party

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Cultural Heritage Policies or Politicized Cultural Heritage

Baki Svirca, Director of Kosovo Institute for Preserving of Cultural Monuments

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Serbian Cultural Heritage in Kosovo Is Part of World Cultural Heritage

By Gordana Markovic, Director of the Serbian Service for Protecting Cultural Memorials

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Kosovo's Privatization Cosmos

By Nenad Vasic, analyst and coordinator of the Group for Kosovo

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Results and challnges in privatization process in Kosovo

By: Prof. Dr. Musa Limani, Director of Kosovo’s Economic Institute

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To Whom Does Kosovo Belong?

By Dusan T. Batakovic, ambassador and adviser to the Serbian president

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Kosovo and the historical right in the light of medieval sources and studies

Dr. Sc. Selim Daci, professor at Pristina University

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Kosovo’s sport can breath as much as politics has interest from it

Belul Beqaj, Secretary General of Kosovo’s Olympic Association (AOK)

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Handball clubs from Kosovo prematurely admitted into EHF

by: Bozidar Djurkovic, the general secretary of the Handball Association of Serbia and a member of the Arbitration Commission of the European Handball Federation (EHF)

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Position of Romas in Kosovo needs to be improved

By Kujtim Paçaku, Editor of Roma service of Radio Yeni Donem in Prizren, publicist and writer

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Political position of Roma in Kosovo

by: Luan Koka, politicologist, journalist and chairman of the Executive Committee of the National Council of the Roma Ethnic Minority in Serbia-Montenegro

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For decentralization with and for all citizens of Kosovo

By Fehmi Mujota, head of the Department of Local Government and Communities in the Cabinet of Good Governance of the Democratic Party of Kosovo

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The issue of decentralization was raised by the Serb community immediately after the end of the war

Randjel Nojkic, a deputy of the Serb Ticket for Kosovo and Metohija, until recently member of the Working Group for Decentralization

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People Displaced from Kosovo Must Be Offered a Choice

Gottfried Koefner, Chair UNHCR Representative in Austria, Direct Dialogue Working Group on Returns of Displaced to Kosovo

Reactions | Number of reactions: 11



Issue of Kosovar Pension and Invalid Fund misappropriated by Serbia must be resolved

By Ibrahim Selmanaj, Kosovar Minister of Labor and Social Welfare

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Problems of people who stopped receiving pensions and of redundant workers from Kosovo and Metohija should be solved simultaneously

Slobodan Lalovic, Serbian Minister for Labor, Employment and Welfare Policy

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Through decentralization, the Government is making a serious offer to Serbs

By Daut Dauti, Spokesman of the Government of Kosovo

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Decentralization and freedom of movement are key for Serbs' survival in Kosovo and Metohija

by Dragisa Krstovic, deputy of the Serb Ticket for Kosovo and Metohija and member of the working group for decentralization of authority in Kosovo

Reactions | Number of reactions: 11



Speculation with number of displaced and with Kosovo's total population prejudicates future status of Kosovo

By Vladimir Cucic the chief of Belgrade's delegation in the working group for the return of the displaced to Kosovo and the chief of the Coordinating Center for Kosovo and Metohija's Coordinating Service

Reactions | Number of reactions: 11


Two truths about one truth!

Kosovo Academician, Hivzi Islami

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Belgrade making position of Kosovo Serbs more difficult through passivity

by Oliver Ivanovic, head of the Serb Ticket for Kosovo and Metohija, whose eight deputies, although having run at the assembly elections, are not participating in temporary Kosovo institutions

Reactions | Number of reactions: 14


In democracy there are no rights without participation and no authority without their use

Ylber Hysa, ORA’s Deputy Head

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Missing persons - Kosovo's open wound

Author: Nesrete Kumnova, Head of the Mothers Appeal Association

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Politicizing the Fate of Missing Persons Is Itself a Crime

Verica Tomanovic represents Belgrade in a working group tasked wit discovering what became of people who went missing in Kosovo and is chairing the Association of Families of Abducted and Missing Individuals from Kosovo and Metohija.

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Statement for kosovakosovo.com

François Stamm is the ICRC's Head of Operations for South-Eastern Europe and chairs the Working Group on Persons unaccounted for in connection with events in Kosovo

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The state of human rights in Kosovo

Bexhet Shala is the executive director of the Council for the Defense of Human Rights and Freedoms (CDHRF).

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Kosovo - international community's priority

Author Sonja Biserko is the chairwoman of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia

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Solving the fate of the missing is most important task in Kosovo

By Veljko Odalovic

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The issue of missing persons, the biggest burden for Kosovo

By Ragip Zekolli

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Statement for kosovakosovo.com

Javier Solana, European Union high representative

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Pluralistic, unbiased information is key to the public debate on Kosovo

by Søren Jessen-Petersen Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Kosovo

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Kosovo Must Not Be Europe 's Black Hole

Erhard Busek, Special Coordinator of the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe

Reactions | Number of reactions: 9
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