Europe’s latest insistence on granting special status or maximum autonomy to ethnic Albanians in Kosovo has come up against a wall of silence in Pristina, as regards both the Albanians and the Serbs The most competent people to comment on it, the representatives of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), refuse to say anything except […]

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