It seems as if Serbs and ethnic Albanians in Kosovo and Metohija have strategic plans, which exclude one another. The district authorities would like to incorporate the ethnic Albanians into the system little by little, but also to make the Serbs feel equal by re-colonizing the area. Ethnic Albanians oppose this tactic with passive resistance […]

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