"Brussels meeting to show president's position on Kosovo"

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  1. I believe Leon Kojen was nominated by the DSS for foreign minister, back during the 2008 election. Pity we didn't get him. Would have done a lot of good for Serbia, diplomatically.
    (Ryan, 21 February 2013 00:48)

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  2. the former presidential adviser said, and explain that there were "no guarantees" that if Serbia were to concede now, ethnic Hungarians or some other minority would not say, "well, Serbia doesn't belong here either".
    Everybodywants a piece of serbia.
    So hold on to what you have got.
    (moris, 20 February 2013 20:04)

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  3. tl;dr

    Nikoliq is leading in Tadiq's footsteps. In UN he said he was going to make a u-turn in regards to recognition of Kosovo but that is untrue.

    Daciq has lost credibility in the international sphere.

    Serbia stands to lose if it completely withdraws its claims to Kosovo because minorities in Serbia might challenge belgrade's rule in those areas.

    All actions of belgrade taken under EU auspice have lead to direct or indirect recognition of Kosovo

    This scholar made for a good interview, I enjoyed reading this article.

    Tung,
    (KOSO, 7 February 2013 00:50)

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