1. (Time, 5 February 2020 18:16)

    Your even more deluded than I thought. As if Kosovo can do anything to Serbia. You people live off family sending money home and if the EU stops funding Kosovo your lot would last about one week before everything collapses.
    The tax is NOT your lot's idea but the US.
    (sj, 10 February 2020 09:18)

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  2. (Time, 5 February 2020 18:16)

    “Free Press”. I have been to 105 countries on this planet and I have yet to see a free press, especially in the US.
    While semi-literate Albos are only involved in crime, the Germans can’t get enough skilled Serbian workers while you could not give away an Albo trained doctor if you tried.
    Serbia is now trying to retain its trained people and trying to keep others in the country by creating employment through investment. One part of Grenell’s deal involves Serbia allowing Albos from Kosovo to seek work in Serbia proper LOL. What a joke; hasn’t Kurti stated that he will take Serbia to court over genocide in Kosovo and yet in the same breath Albos would work for Serbs LOL??????
    You have dragged out some very old stats, but here is the latest on Croatia alone “The World Bank states that to October 2019, 21.9% of Croatians emigrated to the EU/world with Zagreb losing 29,000 to Germany last year alone.” Migrants to Germany, first is Romania, second Croatia and third Bulgaria. Croatia after Malta has the highest rate of emigration not Serbia.
    It’s so good in Croatia late last year Doctors, teachers, nurses, bus and tram drivers etc went on strike for better pay. Albania lost over 1.2 million people in a decade to migration, that’s nearly one third. As far as BiH or Macedonia, you need to look at more recent stats. Both are losing people faster than the other countries in the Balkans.
    Keep up with the times.
    (sj, 10 February 2020 09:15)

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  3. I'm not sure why B92 didn't feel Kosovo's new Asian ally: Japan opening up an embassy in Prishtina was newsworthy.
    (Concerned Albanian, 7 February 2020 09:50)

    Understand them - would probably add an other trolling contest.
    Maybe you are Albanian, do not know.

    There is a huge troll problem here, out of 10-15 "Albanian" nicks only one real Albanian was proven.

    Once confronted, these self-proclaimed "Albanians" do not want to talk Albanian or even answer few trivial questions about Kosovo.

    I feel that you are for real. Can you tell quickly, how much was last week a bottle of Skenderbeu brandy in Emona supermarket in Vushtrri? This is a very-very simple question, the fake Albanians don't want to answer.
    (Ataman, 7 February 2020 22:14)

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  4. I'm not sure why B92 didn't feel Kosovo's new Asian ally: Japan opening up an embassy in Prishtina was newsworthy.
    (Concerned Albanian, 7 February 2020 09:50)

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  5. @ sj,

    I thought I pass this important statistic to you since your country doesn't have free press and filters out everything that is negative about Serbia.
    (Time, 5 February 2020 18:16)

    1) You wrote this on B92, which is - I am afraid - does not belong to the Worker’s Party of DPRK. I see some controversy because your writing did appear.

    2) sj is in Australia, I have better opinion about Australia than what you wrote.

    According to the report, the country most affected by brain-drain is Haiti (1.70).
    (Time, 5 February 2020 18:16)

    How Haiti could score that number?
    An average Romani baba looks far more educated than the best Haitian immigrant I ever encountered. And you know, what country takes the most Haitians, right? So my family did see a few. If that is their “brain drain”… my next vacation certainly not Haiti.

    MSG: do not know. I expected Pacolli gain more popularity and eventually because of his personal and political ties to Russia pave the way for a compromise. Did not happen, the dumbos were smarter. Let’s see what Kurti will achieve.
    (Ataman, 6 February 2020 19:38)

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  6. Not too much will change.
    We have seen the back of one criminal (Haradinaj), only for another to come along. Albanians have for years been barking on about "soon....this is gonna happen and then that is gonna happen...."
    But the facts dont add up. We have seen tens of billions invested in Serbia by foreign companies, 17 revokations from UN members, etc.
    Meanwhile in Kosovo Albos are dancing in the streets at taxes. These taxes have seen Serbia lose €400-450 million. Thats about enough to build a new soccer stadium......LOL. Its a drop in the ocean. And now it looks like Albos eating humble pie by removing the taxes....yes, those taxes that would never be removed until Serbia recognises Kosovo......hahahaha. So funny.
    UN res 1244 is international law. And the best Albos can hope for is autonomy. We know Albos' word is meaningless and whatever they sign they ignore (so said US ambassador Montgomery last year).
    Stealing land is illegal, but Albanians keep trying. Tough....
    (View from the uk, 6 February 2020 19:03)

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  7. For some troll to say Serbia's southern province Kosovo* has the strongest democracy in the Balkans is like saying Bill Clinton tried marijuana but did not inhale it.

    Whatever you have inhaled you need to stop right now because your simply a delusional troll.
    (Smart Serb, 6 February 2020 12:36)

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  8. Problem: that path "democratic opposition -> populism -> nationalism -> war -> disaster -> break-up the country" is already thread well. (Ataman, 5 February 2020 10:14)

    But Kosovo is already small. Don't you expect a different type of ending, such as self-imposed and re-annexation? Or take over by a third party?
    (Make Serbia Great, 5 February 2020 21:55)

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  9. @ sj,

    I thought I pass this important statistic to you since your country doesn't have free press and filters out everything that is negative about Serbia. The brain drain is massive in Serbia and is ranked very close with Haiti (the lowest in the world).

    No wonder China's sweatshops are booming in Serbia. Read on...



    NEWS IN BRIEF
    WEF: Four Balkan countries top global ranking with biggest brain drain
    By EWB - 03.02.2020

    Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Croatia, North Macedonia, and Serbia are among the top-ranked countries with the biggest brain-drain in the world, according to the Global Competitiveness Report released by the World Economic Forum. On the scale of 1 to 7 (1= all talented people leaving the country; 7= all talented people staying in the country), BiH scored 1.76, followed by Croatia (1.88), North Macedonia (2.13) and Serbia (2.31). According to the report, the country most affected by brain-drain is Haiti (1.70).
    (Time, 5 February 2020 18:16)

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  10. (sj, 5 February 2020 09:17

    Ha...ha.. a serb in total panic and intimidation blabbering his usual garbage to make himself feel a little less scared of what is to come. Haradinaj has thrown Serbia to its knees and now Kurti will finish you all off. The Republic of Kosova has set an example on how the democracy works in the region and how the election are held (except the areas where serbs live). Meanwhile Serbia's elections that will be boycotted by the opposition are about to blow the lid off on Vucic's dictatorship regime and the world will finally see Serbia in its naked truth. The 100% tariffs have cost Serbia dearly and that market is lost for good. That Serbia's humiliation that Vucic talks about has barely started....there is a lot more to come.
    (Time, 5 February 2020 15:40)

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  11. Unfortunately for Kosovo it appears more of the same with Kurti in power. He promises "tougher negotiations" instead of implementing what has already been agreed, the Brussels agreement. His government and coalition won't last long. Who would have thought that Thaci would be the most moderate Albanian politician , a KLA terrorist.
    (Jugolslavija, 4 February 2020 16:55)


    The Republic of Kosova's dream government is in charge now and I couldn't be happier for my country and my people. Kosova has the strongest democracy in the Balkans!
    (Time, 4 February 2020 14:38)

    Assuming, Time is not the usual troll:

    Promises of the politicians are different than how they act.
    Kurti has the benefit not to be tied to the mafia.

    I cannot predict how he will act as the leader of the country.
    As the leader of the opposition he acted as representative of nationalism.

    Problem: that path "democratic opposition -> populism -> nationalism -> war -> disaster -> break-up the country" is already thread well.

    @JU: Thaçi is a gangster at first, his all other roles are secondary.
    He already fulfilled what he wanted: from small gangster to a major gangster, mission accomplished.
    (Ataman, 5 February 2020 10:14)

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  12. (Time, 4 February 2020 14:38)

    Albos were happy when Haradjin came to power, but soon the rot set in and when Serbia demanded the fulfillment of the Brussels agreement the rot continued. Then the US ordered the Albos to put tariffs on to try and somehow dislodge the going nowhere train. Well that was a failure too since it has not hurt Serbia but your Albos who paying higher prices for everything.
    Here is your problem; in order for talks to commence the tariffs have to be lifted then ALL parts of the signed Brussels Agreement have to be fulfilled before one foot is placed under the negotiating table.
    Kurti was moved into government because the west want to get rid of all KLA people. How you even think Kosovo has democracy is beyond me since the US will not give you people something it does not have LOL.
    (sj, 5 February 2020 09:17)

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  13. Unfortunately for Kosovo it appears more of the same with Kurti in power. He promises "tougher negotiations" instead of implementing what has already been agreed, the Brussels agreement. His government and coalition won't last long. Who would have thought that Thaci would be the most moderate Albanian politician , a KLA terrorist.
    (Jugolslavija, 4 February 2020 16:55)

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  14. The Republic of Kosova's dream government is in charge now and I couldn't be happier for my country and my people. Kosova has the strongest democracy in the Balkans!
    (Time, 4 February 2020 14:38)

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  15. Tinpot banana republic.
    (Stan, 4 February 2020 13:35)

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