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a Serbian province in southern Serbia and Montenegro populated predominantly by Albanians

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The EU accession process is not a matter linked to the status of Kosovo.
Resolution 1244 imposed a political process in order to determine the final status of Kosovo.
The Court was not asked, and thus did not rule on, whether international law requires that the final status of Kosovo protect the group and individual rights of minorities, whether Kosovar Serbs or Roma.
Serbian officials had previously said that they want to continue negotiations on the status of Kosovo after the ICJ verdict.
According to former Foreign Minister Slobodan Casule, each change of the political and territorial status of Kosovo might present a high risk for Macedonia.
The Resolution also imposed obligations on Kosovo and Serbia to negotiate in good faith to reach an agreement on the final status of Kosovo.
In response to a question on the status of Kosovo, Serbian Foreign Minister Jeremic said that Serbia wishes to reach a comprehensive solution through negotiations.
IN THIS CONTEXT, THE AUTHOR OF THE FOLLOWING CONTRIBUTION CONSIDERS IT USEFUL TO RECALL THE STATUS OF KOSOVO FROM ITS POSITION IN THE YUGOSLAV CONSTITUTION OF 1974 TO ITS POSITION DURING THE FINAL COLLAPSE OF YUGOSLAVIA IN 1991 AND THE RESULTING CONSEQUENCES.
49) When Slobodan Milosevic began his rise in the Serbian Party and government politics, the status of Kosovo in the 1980s was centrally important for his transformation to a nationalist leader.
In its final report, the troika assessed that "the parties were unable to reach an agreement on the final status of Kosovo.
The agreement was reached despite a tense run-up to the one-day meeting in Bucharest with Russia and some of the Nato countries butting their heads over eastward expansion plans into former Soviet Union countries, the status of Kosovo and a US-plan to base a missile defence system in the Czech Republic and Poland.
Still in the same field, the Commission ensures that it will play a "major role" in the implementation of the future status of Kosovo.
If the international legal status of Kosovo changes such change may allow Kosovo to enter into binding international agreements.
Yesterday was the UN deadline for finding an agreement on the future status of Kosovo, but the EU meeting broke up without a solution being reached.
A political process to determine the future status of Kosovo has been under way for over two years, the report said.