Analysts agree that both sides want to use the educational problem for the resolving of Kosovo’s political status. The Serbian side wants to prove that Kosovo is a part of Serbia’s territory, while ethnic Albanians want to achieve the right to self-determination, i.e., an independent state The Serbian authorities are always underscoring that Serbia’s southern […]
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