Ceku arrives back in Kosovo

PRIŠTINA -- Former Kosovo Prime Minister Agim Ceku arrived back in Priština today, officials from his party have informed FoNet.

Source: FoNet
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  1. Than the name of that special dish should be "kósertés".
    (Ataman, 1 July 2009 14:24)

    When I read it there had already been 3 recommendation.
    Seems that someone else understands hungarian humor as well.
    (szemi, 1 July 2009 16:15)
  2. I am jew but a hungarian one espescially when it comes cuisine.
    (szemi, 30 June 2009 22:39)

    Than the name of that special dish should be "kósertés".
    (Ataman, 1 July 2009 14:24)
  3. I would like to point out that the Albanians were in the Balkans for hundreds of years before the invading Slavic tribes
    (Rebel, 1 July 2009 02:08)

    This is very much correct. How many times I have to repeat, Albanians from Balkan speak some Indo-European mix or Celtic / Thracian / Dacian / Illyr / Latin / Slavonic "mixture", while Albanians from Caucasus (Lezgians) speak agglutinative language and according "alternative" theories are even related to Hungarians? The B-Albanians and C-Albanians have nothing to do with each other, only in the name.

    A quite large percent of Pelloponesos population is of Albanian descent and they speak a funny Albanian dialect. They (Arvanites) appeared there in very big numbers at the time of Crusades and their numbers can't match with any migration in Caucasus. Today, they claim to be Greeks and they are.

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    left Siberia and invaded.
    (Rebel, 1 July 2009 02:08)

    This is very much incorrect, Slavs did not appear in Siberia in big numbers before Yermak's campaigns. Please look up, who "Yermak" was and when he lived. Serbs are from Bautzen area, how many times I have to repeat it?
    (Ataman, 1 July 2009 14:03)
  4. I would like to point out that the Albanians were in the Balkans for hundreds of years before the invading Slavic tribes left Siberia and invaded.
    (Rebel, 1 July 2009 02:08)


    Wow Is it taught at albanian schools that Vistula river is in Siberia?Are your geography teachers undereducated or just another history falsifing like in case of Obilic?
    (szemi, 1 July 2009 14:02)
  5. "Patrik....
    It seems more like it is up to Serbia to become a "Real" state and understand it cannot use the rest of the world for its propaganda tool."

    It seems to me that maybe the rest of the world should actually act in the way that is expected of Serbia when it comes to the arrest and extradition of alleged war criminals. Maybe then the rest of the world will be in a better position morally to pass judgement on Serbia for "only" managing to extradite 46 out of 48 of her alleged criminals, just 95%!!
    I just had a thought....I wonder what would happen if Mladic appeared in Belgium or any of the other countries that have ignored Serbia's Interpol request...presumeably, in the interest of balance and equality, he would be released??
    (UK, 1 July 2009 08:27)
  6. Welcome home COMANDER!
    WE SALUTE YOU ALWAYS!
    (Croat, 1 July 2009 05:17)
  7. szemi wrote:
    "You are still in the Balkans and did not return to the place from where you were brought from by Turks.
    (szemi, 30 June 2009 21:04)"


    I would like to point out that the Albanians were in the Balkans for hundreds of years before the invading Slavic tribes left Siberia and invaded.
    (Rebel, 1 July 2009 02:08)
  8. I am not surprised that he is back in Kosovo. There was never any doubt in my mind but warrants are not granted on a whim. So, in order for a warrant to be granted there has to be a very good reason.

    Ceku cannot enjoy his stay in any country because of that warrant. This has to be a major problem for him. Being thrown out of every country he goes to cannot be much fun.

    Serbia obviously knew that he would be set free but they have still scored a point. Point being, that most thinking people will wonder what those charges are and they are obviously strong enough to issue a warrant.

    Bottom line, Cekus crimes are being highlighted all over the world as a result of him wanting to travel. This must be a problem not only for him but also for the others in Pristina.

    So laugh all you want Albanians, but what is happening to Ceku is not a win for you by any stretch of imagination.
    (Peggy, 1 July 2009 00:41)
  9. Patrik,
    Kimd of a wild imagination there. He has traveled the globe and been detained 4 times but NO foreign authority has recognized the legitimacy of the Serbian political attempts and extradited him. It seems more like it is up to Serbia to become a "Real" state and understand it cannot use the rest of the world for its propaganda tool.
    (pss, 30 June 2009 22:57)
  10. Ataman,

    Well in fact a week ago I went to a restaurant with my jewish friend Jancsi(excelent matematician).He is a very devoted jew but similarly to me ordered csülök(made of pork).I teased him all the time.He answered:listen I am a hungarian jew ,meaning I am jew but a hungarian one espescially when it comes cuisine.
    (szemi, 30 June 2009 22:39)
  11. course regarding pork it does not apply to my bollahs (Iran) and your bollahs (Israel).)
    (szemi, 30 June 2009 19:15)

    Supposingly (here I am by no means an expert) eating pork is allowed if it's about to save life. Like pregnant woman who otherwise would starve is freed from "halal" or "kashrut" obligation. They say, commiting a suicide or involuntarily kill a baby is bigger sin than eat pork.

    In any case, we usually deal with guys who design ASICS in some technology plants and they don't care less about seafood or pork. A while ago one of my bosses was Iranian, he didn't care either.

    That means, indeed, once the "bollahs" is not an issue, the life of pigs has a very tragic end even in Iranian community.
    (Ataman, 30 June 2009 21:26)
  12. Welcome home Mr Ceku
    (Maximilian, 30 June 2009 21:15)
  13. Did he pay the 50 Euro "insurance" at "the border"?
    (adrian/bucharest, 30 June 2009 21:09)
  14. Arti,

    As far as I know you haven't said goodbye to Serbia yet.
    You are still in the Balkans and did not return to the place from where you were brought from by Turks.
    (szemi, 30 June 2009 21:04)
  15. Interesting development. I'm wondering how Kosovo will handle it. On the one hand, there is an international warrant out for his arrest and Kosovo wants to be recognized as as a true, EU country. On the other hand, he is one of their own. So, do they arrest him and show they are a legitimate, democratic country or do they harbor him?
    (Patrik, 30 June 2009 20:21)
  16. (szemi, 30 June 2009 19:15)

    ARROGANCE!! that's ecxately why Kosovo Albanians had to say goodbye to Serbia,It makes me sick when I hear arguments from the Serb camp why Kosovo Albanians would want to live with Serbia when you don't have the minimum respect for them,put yourself in that position,would you like it?
    (arti, 30 June 2009 20:16)
  17. Ataman,

    No relationship between ceku and pigs.It is offending to the latter ones.They are kind and friendly animals who sacrifice their life so that we can enjoy good food(of course regarding pork it does not apply to my bollahs (Iran) and your bollahs (Israel).)

    Albanes,

    In no more than 2 decades EU and the new world order collapse.Then a new game will start with much different rules.Thank you,drive through.
    (szemi, 30 June 2009 19:15)
  18. No one takes Serbia seriously, now all EU must obey the Bulgarian court and Ceku is free in EU. One more slap to Serbia from the world.
    (Albanes, 30 June 2009 17:53)
  19. "Serbian Interpol warrant"

    Nice try a!
    Democratic world has not been build up in one day, not even in one decade, and it will not going to be build for 100 years without hard commitment of the governments and people... This is what is actually happening in Serbia; No will of government - no will of people (as a consequence) and NO democracy.
    In addition this act of Serbia's goverment, rising a false warants for crimes, is just loosing credibility of the the current government.
    I think, it is the right time for Serbia's people to choose the right path!
    (predictor, 30 June 2009 16:55)
  20. Oh, my. Other associated bad news from today. :(

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    We should be careful with that bug, it's no fun.
    (Ataman, 30 June 2009 16:50)