1. John....it was NOT Putin back then....geeeeee...t'was Yeltsin and he was drunk all the time,Russia was in big trouble and had no cash....
    (vlad, 1 April 2013 02:03)

    ROFLMAO! I know that Serbian history books are full of errors but this one you better get corrected soon. Putin assumed office in 2000, so 3 years before withdrawal from Kosovo.

    Epic fail! Hahahahahahaha..
    (John, 1 April 2013 20:46)

    Don't waste your time; that's been mentioned many times in these forums and Serbs continue not to believe that it was brother Putin who actually did it. Typical Serb behavior - it they don't like the reality, than they close their eyes and create a virtual parallel one :)
    (icj, 2 April 2013 04:19)

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  2. (Mirel from Albania, 31 March 2013 21:49)

    What has Uncle Sam done for you since bombing Kosovo? NOTHING. When will Ford or Microsoft open a plant in Pistina NEVER.
    What has Herr Merkel done for Kosovo Albos? NOTHING. When will Siemens open a plant in Prisitina? NEVER.

    France, UK or any other? NOTHING.

    The EU wanted to leave Cyprus to the Russians buts its not Russiaís money there but its the tax dodgers. Itís not only the Russians but itís also Brits make up the two largest groups there. Sadly the free press avoids making any comment on that subject, free press indeed.

    Yes we see what a wonderful democratic system they have in Libya. Only today they reported that the PMís chief of staff was kidnapped and the Ministry of Justice was stormed by one of the armed militia groups. Wonderful indeed.
    (sj, 2 April 2013 00:51)

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  3. Was probably a smart move, instead of wasting billions of $$$ in financing a failed state called Kosovo, with the result of mainly criminals and drug lords being nurtured, creating a black hole and safe haven and operational base for all sort of criminals within Europe.

    With all the money wasted, building an electric fence and a big wall around whole Kosovo would have been the cheaper option. Germans had experts for that in the eastern parts.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 1 April 2013 08:45)

    Maybe it was a smart move. Putin to create those from you mentioned entities in Georgia. You can fight on so many fronts when broken and politically unstable. You try to consolidate your interest as good as possible. For Russia, that meant Caucasus. But your idea of an electric fence might be still of some use. The North of Kosovo is already a hell hole. Lets draw a fence around it. Thanks for that tip.
    (John, 1 April 2013 20:49)

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  4. John....it was NOT Putin back then....geeeeee...t'was Yeltsin and he was drunk all the time,Russia was in big trouble and had no cash....
    (vlad, 1 April 2013 02:03)

    ROFLMAO! I know that Serbian history books are full of errors but this one you better get corrected soon. Putin assumed office in 2000, so 3 years before withdrawal from Kosovo.

    Epic fail! Hahahahahahaha..
    (John, 1 April 2013 20:46)

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  5. Enough with this weird distorted name of KosovA...i think the maps of the world read Kosovo...let be correct please :)
    (vlad, 1 April 2013 16:39)

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  6. "Then why Putin withdrew all 3000 from Kosovo back in 2003? Now it is over...Game Over."
    (John, 31 March 2013 20:20)

    Was probably a smart move, instead of wasting billions of $$$ in financing a failed state called Kosovo, with the result of mainly criminals and drug lords being nurtured, creating a black hole and safe haven and operational base for all sort of criminals within Europe.

    With all the money wasted, building an electric fence and a big wall around whole Kosovo would have been the cheaper option. Germans had experts for that in the eastern parts.
    (Comm. Parrisson, 1 April 2013 08:45)

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  7. John....it was NOT Putin back then....geeeeee...t'was Yeltsin and he was drunk all the time,Russia was in big trouble and had no cash....
    (vlad, 1 April 2013 02:03)

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  8. Ari Gold ,for a second there I thought you disappeared.
    Anyway somebody forgot to mention that he was granted for permission after asking for entrance in a civilized manner that is.
    (vote, 31 March 2013 22:59)

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  9. ...We need a few hundred Russian peacekeepers in the North and everything would be alright.
    (Mary, 31 March 2013 16:04)...

    "Uncle" Putin left the Balkan region in 2003.
    And few days ago left Cyprus alone.
    1 year ago they left Gaddafi died and humiliated.
    etc etc.
    (Mirel from Albania, 31 March 2013 21:49)

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  10. We need a few hundred Russian peacekeepers in the North and everything would be alright.
    (Mary, 31 March 2013 16:04)

    Then why Putin withdrew all 3000 from Kosovo back in 2003? Now it is over...Game Over.
    (John, 31 March 2013 20:20)

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  11. LOL, speaking of 'nobodies', look in your 'Kosova' mirror.
    (Beth, 31 March 2013 19:52)

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  12. "why don't you tell me why Prisitna would allow an ambassador to another country on its own soil if its really the ones calling the shots..hm
    (Ari Gold, 31 March 2013 16:26) "

    Why not? A lot of ambassadors go to Kosovo. The Montenegrins will even be opening their embassy in Prishtina soon, now that Montenegrins are an official minority.
    (Amer, 31 March 2013 19:42)

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  13. Aren't those two different countries? Can anyone answer this for me?


    (Ari Gold, 31 March 2013 16:26)

    Ari,

    Ask Nikolic...., are you saying that Russian are more Serbian than the Serbs themselves? The Kosovo institution have no problems with a foreign ambassador...freedom of movement on that occasion.

    Rest assured that Serbia will be made to recognise formally Kosovo independence before Russia and Cyprus....))))
    (EA, 31 March 2013 19:19)

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  14. I thought it was Brezhniev coming to northern Kosovo....)))
    (EA, 31 March 2013 17:39)

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  15. Dobrodosli u Srbiju!!!
    (trizo, 31 March 2013 16:57)

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  16. How low this Ruskin ambassador can go, by meeting Vulin aka nobody? Permission was granted for this visit by Prishtina, which was never mentioned. Remember the former Russian ambassador when he was denied entry to Kosova?
    (Ardi Asllani, 31 March 2013 16:46)

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  17. Woah this is huge. How did the Russian Ambassador of Serbia come to Kosovo i Metohija? Aren't those two different countries? Can anyone answer this for me?

    And I don't want to hear "he was given permission by Pristina" blah blah blah...instead, why don't you tell me why Prisitna would allow an ambassador to another country on its own soil if its really the ones calling the shots..hm
    (Ari Gold, 31 March 2013 16:26)

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  18. We need a few hundred Russian peacekeepers in the North and everything would be alright.
    (Mary, 31 March 2013 16:04)

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