1. To many german factories in rep are not entirely good idea.
    Because unashamedly Merkel I blackmailing Rep Serbia and issuing the demands.
    That President Vucic finds hard to deal with although Merkel demands are unlawful. Kicking out German factories no doubt would destroy a chunk of German and Serbian economy
    (British, 14 June 2020 12:57)

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  2. Vladimir Barac
    Vucic will recognize kosovo*
    Let me say kosovo* is not "Vucic" how you're refering to the president.
    And " Vucic is not kosovo *.
    Its more than that. Much more.
    Keep Dreaming.
    (British, 14 June 2020 08:09)

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  3. Concerned Albanian, you dont need to be concerned.
    Albanians think that the Serbian population wants to join the EU???
    No, the majority dont want it. I did say on another topic that a British company recently did a survey. They found that 84% of Serbs do not want to give their property away, EU or no EU. Is that not clear to you?
    We here made a great decision to leave. Brilliant. We were a huge donator to EU coffers, but no more. The EU is in massive debt. They will not accept Serbia for decades, if ever. Can you not see that???
    That EU carrot is just not attractive enough. Germany therefore has no leverage against Serbia. The Serbian people have told them to stick the EU where the sun dont shine.
    And here you are going on about EU membership...lol.
    What is wrong with you?? Its 2020 and the world has changed. I lnow Albos are desperate, but wake up.
    (View from the uk, 14 June 2020 01:06)

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  4. How much hypocrisy and cynicism in the German position!
    In the 1990s, it was the first to encourage the disappearance of Yugoslavia, recognizing the independence of Slovenia, Croatia, etc: borders did not matter then. After the Bosnian-H war, It could not be divided into two countries even if a difficult state was created to carry it and without a future: the borders mattered then. In 2008, Germany encouraged and recognized Kosovo's independence: then, borders did not matter again. And now, when a posible exchange of land can solve a entrenched conflict, it is totally opposed to it: here, the borders are important again. The excuse that it can open new conflicts seems very cynical to me, seeing the trajectory of how borders have mattered or not.

    (Previous comment has several grammatical and typing errors)
    (ARR, 13 June 2020 01:18)

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  5. Vladimir Barac, and what makes you think Mr Vucic will recognise Kosovo as soon as he wins the elections??? What info do you have, on what grounds?
    I read earlier this week that a British firm conducted an opinion poll recently. There were many questions asked, but the punchline is that 84% of the Serbian population said no recognition of Kosovo. They see it as giving away their land to looters.
    You think Mr Vucic dont know this??
    We know that what you dream of and reality are two very different things indeed. But keep dreaming.
    (View from the uk, 12 June 2020 14:44)

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  6. @ butthurt "comment"

    Awe, you don't like my nickname...LOL! The truth hurts, doesn't it?
    (Albanians stand with ISIS, 12 June 2020 11:59)

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  7. Vucic will recognize Kosovo as soon as he wins the elections in June.
    (Vladimir Barac , 11 June 2020 19:12)

    But which year is Vucic going to recognise Kosovo? plus what is going to occur if Serbia does not recognise Kosovo? What? no entry into that paradise called the EU? Even if Serbia did everything the west wanted, it would not be any earlier than 2035 but now more like 2050 or even 2060 because of the world economic crises.
    Then there is the Brussels agreement and until ALL parts are fulfilled then talks are going nowhere. In other words, frozen conflict and status quo – who loses? Yes, it the Albos.
    (sj, 12 June 2020 11:11)

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  8. Germany?
    It can say this&that.
    Without rep Serbia, its citizens kosovo* destiny is bleak.
    Kosovo* is going nowhere.
    Áll other countries are the bystanders.
    Because kisovo*is Rep Serbia not Germany.
    But its welcome to suggest, say, lean but its rep Serbia who says Nein, Ne, No.
    Siptari need rep Serbia signature.
    In Rep Serbia no one has a stomach for recognition.
    The end.
    But siptari are welcome to charge upon Serbia not 1mm is advisable.
    (British, 12 June 2020 07:15)

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  9. Vucic will recognize Kosovo as soon as he wins the elections in June.
    (Vladimir Barac , 11 June 2020 19:12)

    I will recognize you as my husband the moment you bring me a live tyrannosaurus.
    Otherwise please deal with my divorce lawyer and stay away from my three farms.
    (Jovanka, 12 June 2020 04:50)

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  10. Germany reconfirms its commitment to the Republic of Kosova. Serbia's participation is tantamount to it joining the EU.
    (Concerned Albanian, 12 June 2020 03:58)

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  11. Wrong!!! it's in Serbian and Serbian hands only not EU or Albanians UN1244 Kosovo is indeed Serbian land.Like it or not,if it goes any other way you are breaking International Law.
    (drago, 12 June 2020 03:53)

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  12. Vucic will recognize Kosovo as soon as....
    (Vladimir Barac , 11 June 2020 19:12)

    ....the pigs begin to fly, water turns to wine, and lead turns to gold.

    The trolls keep on dreaming and hallucinating.
    The KLA terrorists and their trolls don’t even realize that their own foreign sponsors can’t stand their putrid stench enough to even grant them travel visas.
    (Zhukov, 12 June 2020 01:48)

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  13. Germany is always good for a final solution - usually to the detriment of others.
    (Tony (a Brit seconded to Berlin), 12 June 2020 00:35)

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  14. How much hypocrisy and cynicism in the German position!
    In the 1990s, it was the first to encourage the disappearance of Yugoslavia, recognizing the independence of Slovenia, Croatia, etc: borders did not matter here. After the Bosnian-H war. It could not be divided into two countries even if a difficult state was created to carry it and without a future: here the borders mattered again. In 2008, he encouraged and recognized Kosovo's independence: here, borders did not matter again. And now, when a posie exchange of land can solve a entrenched conflict, it is totally opposed to it: here the borders are imported again. The excuse that it can open new conflicts seems very cynical to me, seeing the trajectory of how borders have mattered or not.
    (ARR, 11 June 2020 20:38)

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  15. @Albanians stand with ISIS

    Stop crying little boy and change your stupid nickname
    (comment, 11 June 2020 20:18)

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  16. Vucic will recognize Kosovo as soon as he wins the elections in June.
    (Vladimir Barac , 11 June 2020 19:12)

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  17. The words "Germany" and "final solution" in once sentence has a rather bad connotation...
    (Joe A, 11 June 2020 18:41)

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  18. Kosovo's destiny is indeed in the hands of one European country, but that country is NOT Germany! Kosovo's destiny is in Serbia's hands, because Kosovo is Serbia as affirmed by UNSC Res. 1244.

    Germany can keep Serbia out of EU, so what! Serbia has other/better options such as joining EAEU. EU is finished anyways, it's a broke and declining power. The future of the world is in the hands of BRICS countries. That's where the money is at, and Germany/USA/EU/NATO know that. Stay strong Serbia, never give up what is rightfully yours!
    (Albanians stand with ISIS, 11 June 2020 18:03)

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