1. And according to the ITU Statue, a 2/3 majority vote is required for membership, therefore Kosovo can easily become a recognised country according to the ITU.
    (Ian, UK, 28 June 2013 13:07)

    Correct, for non-recognized states this access option exists. But I don't know if a 2/3 majority would be 'easy' for Kosovo, since the ITU members are basically all UN member states (except for Vatican), and all UN members except Palau are ITU members.

    Furthemore, I read on wikipedia:

    "The Republic of China (Taiwan) was blocked from membership by the People's Republic of China, but was given a country code while being listed as "Taiwan, China".

    Maybe The 'Republic of Kosovo' will end up listed as 'Kosovo, Serbia' LOL
    (Comm. Parrisson, 29 June 2013 10:53)

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  2. as usual, Serbia has only the capability to be a minor inconvenience for a limited time.
    (Danilo, 28 June 2013 13:41)

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  3. What will the modality be like? Serbia securing another code, and transferring it to Kosovo? We all know that, according to the ITU statues, only recognized countries can get a phone code.
    (Questioner, 28 June 2013 11:45)

    And according to the ITU Statue, a 2/3 majority vote is required for membership, therefore Kosovo can easily become a recognised country according to the ITU.
    (Ian, UK, 28 June 2013 13:07)

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  4. When it comes to Telekom Srbija, an agreement should include permissions for the operation of the existing base stations in Kosovo so that Telekom Srbija can operate normally until tendering.


    You can action your telekom srbija any time, but you have nothing to do with PTK. Bizarre statements coming from a dumb serb politician.
    (the truth, 28 June 2013 12:43)

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  5. "Belgrade's delegation agreed to work together on securing a calling code for Kosovo, with the modality to be determined over the next three months. The agreed solution must be implemented by 2015, he said."

    What will the modality be like? Serbia securing another code, and transferring it to Kosovo? We all know that, according to the ITU statues, only recognized countries can get a phone code.
    (Questioner, 28 June 2013 11:45)

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  6. Belgrade surrenders yet again for empty promises. Belgrade offers compromises in Pristina's favor and nothing comes from Pristina.
    (Same Old Story, 28 June 2013 11:35)

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