Serbian parliament's resolution on Kosovo and Metohija

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  1. Dosent mather EU or Not EU, EU could be a good thing but it is a Big Fail. What EU need to do is build a BIG brother/sister hood from West to East from North to south and with the Christianty as bound and ground, Catholic, Orthodox and protestants we all are brother and sisters and should be allied and suport each others from the muslim march in to Europe. Kosovo have never been Albanian and still NOT. And if it will be albanian IT will be for short period. Cus Islam dont have a polace in Europe cus u cant associate with our laws and traditions. East Turkey is an alternative place to live for all muslims in Europe.
    (Johan /Sweden, 21 January 2013 19:34)

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  2. A attack on Kosovo should be consider an attack on Albania...
    (EA, 13 January 2013 20:11)

    It's a little early to be hitting the dubbie.



    Tung,
    (KOSO, 15 January 2013 03:42)

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  3. "The Serbian government is obligated to continue investigating all missing persons cases and follow court proceedings against defendants accused of ethnic violence against Serbs;"

    I thought non-Serbs in Serbia were also under the protection of Serbia's government!
    (icj1, 14 January 2013 01:33)

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  4. “The Serbian government is hereby authorized to continue with the implementation of all agreements that have already been reached with representatives of the interim institutions of self-government in Priština.”
    This is a complete amnesty for DS and Co signing agreements with a legality disputed at the constitutional court. Actual governments says they don’t like what has been signed on integrated boarder management but ABSOLUTLY want to implement everything and even more, since they’re blackmailed by the EU and accept this fact as a pre-condition for doing business with the EU.
    (Joachim, 13 January 2013 23:05)

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  5. “will never recognize Kosovo’s unilaterally declared independence”
    You know very well that at the end of the day, before becoming a EU member you’ll have to recognize an independent Kosovo. Let’s have a public debate whether it’s worth it! All those maneuvers tend on hollowing the content of Serbian sovereignty on KiM. At the end, you’ll be presented an empty shell, you’ll be told “the king is naked so let’s forget about it” .
    (Joachim, 13 January 2013 22:56)

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  6. “The Serbian government will insist on the protection of all rights guaranteed to Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija, the right of return and property rights.”
    That sounds good to me.
    Especially being given those ongoing “privatizations”.
    Eager to see Serbian government in action concerning those two topics!
    (Joachim, 13 January 2013 22:54)

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  7. “…a better life for all citizens through EU accession… “
    As always, the same blabla si if the EU would be the solution to all of Serbia’s problems…
    – That’s part of the Myth!
    A pity that there’s no way to have a fair opportunity of debate about the real advantages and dis-advantages of trying to join the EU.
    EU is not the country of milk and honey and no gold trees will be planted in front of your house, where it would be enough to pick up some coins before you go out.
    – That’s a myth too!
    No fried chickens flowing into your waiting, open mouth
    – That’s a myth too!
    Ask your neighbors from Romania and Bulgaria about it,
    ask them if they live in paradise now
    and if all hardship of life just disappeared,
    like by miracle.
    Stop selling hot air and eventually open up a real debate about joining the EU – or not!
    (Joachim, 13 January 2013 22:51)

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  8. “…a better life for all citizens through EU accession… “
    As always, the same blabla si if the EU would be the solution to all of Serbia’s problems…
    – That’s part of the Myth!
    A pity that there’s no way to have a fair opportunity of debate about the real advantages and dis-advantages of trying to join the EU.
    EU is not the country of milk and honey and no gold trees will be planted in front of your house, where it would be enough to pick up some coins before you go out.
    – That’s a myth too!
    No fried chickens flowing into your waiting, open mouth
    – That’s a myth too!
    Ask your neighbors from Romania and Bulgaria about it,
    ask them if they live in paradise now
    and if all hardship of life just disappeared,
    like by miracle.
    Stop selling hot air and eventually open up a real debate about joining the EU – or not!
    (Joachim, 13 January 2013 20:50)

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  9. I do not think anything has changed and will change in Serbian politics...It is unfortunate for Serbian people but hey...some people enjoy self inflictions. The problem with Serbia is that they for some bizarre reasons blame the others.

    I can not see any point of trying to drag Serbia into EU. Serbia has got a natural ally, big brother Russia.

    Kosovo Albanians MUST stick to their constitution and look strictly in RECIPROCITY towards Serbia when it comes to talking....In the meantime every efforts must be put by Albanians to work harder towards integration between themselves ie education, infrastructure, defense, energy, transport....

    A attack on Kosovo should be consider an attack on Albania...
    (EA, 13 January 2013 20:11)

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  10. "...in a big shift in policy, the document called for wide autonomy for minority Serbs within Kosovo's borders, indirectly recognizing Kosovo's sovereignty and territorial integrity."
    Source:AP
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    Nothing else to add
    (Joachim, 13 January 2013 20:01)

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