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

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Ambassador to Kosovo is Greg Delawie; other principal embassy officials are listed in the Department's Key Officers List.
Kosovo's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, 36-year-old Petrit Selimi, who is known for initiating Kosovo's Digital Diplomacy program, tweeted his relief over UNESCO's decision.
There are no comprehensive reports assessing drug use in Kosovo. Based on available information, the majority of offenders are men, and marijuana is their drug of choice.
The EU brokered an agreement in Brussels between Kosovo and Serbia back in April 2013.
From this moment we have an application of two different legal and political systems on the territory of Kosovo, the Serbian and the Kosovo system which has been previously established by the UNMIK (United Nations Mission in Kosovo) administration.
There are two things in particular that I like about the book: First, its author places the Albanian struggle in Kosovo in a historical context.
He also offered scholarships for Pakistani students in the fields of Mines &Minerals in Universities of Kosovo which have very good faculty of mining sciences.
The accord grants a broad range of autonomy to the Serbians who effectively control Kosovo's northern enclaves, in line with the law of the predominantly Albanian Kosovo.
Historical background of the Kosovo issue From the first century AD onwards Kosovo was ruled successively by the Roman, Byzantine and Bulgarian Empires.
Turkey, which was one of the first countries to recognise Kosovo as a sovereign country,
Asked about the current preponderance of Kosovars on the Swiss national football team, Feith said Kosovo "should be allowed to enter international sports competitions" and he praised the Swiss government for providing hospitality to so many Kosovars.
Kosovo authorities fear that if the Serb minority in Kosovo's north votes it would ethnically split Kosovo and spark a new round of territorial wars.
The construction of highway Skopje-Pristina, modernization of the border-crossing Jazince, construction of new border-crossings and functioning of the Joint Economic Committee between Macedonia and Kosovo are the main requirements of the economic chambers of the two countries.
Ethnic Serbs in northern Kosovo continued to block main highways leading to the border crossings with Serbia, despite a Natobrokered agreement between Kosovo and Serbia, the Voice of America said on August 10.
Assessing Turkey-Kosovo relations to A.A on Wednesday, Ozan recalled that Turkey was one of the first two countries which officially recognized Kosovo that declared its independence on February 17, 2008.