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Written by Marsela Shytia 9 Qershor 2023
The Italian media "InsideOver" has devoted an article to the situation in the North of Kosovo. In her writing it is stated that "The reasons why Kosovo became independent in 2008 and why many countries still do not recognize its independence are known to most. Just as the political and military guilt that is known here, in the heart of the Balkans, places Serbia and its ties with Russia on one side and Kosovo, along with its relations with NATO, on the other. This situation, after recent events, makes the small nation the perfect suburb of the war in Ukraine, where both fronts can threaten each other. To complicate the whole situation, the attitude of mutual support that Kiev and Pristina have shown since the outbreak of the "special operation" seems to have added fuel to the fire.
Danger for Ukraine
Kosovo has always represented a delicate issue for Ukraine, as Moscow has always used this precedent to justify the annexation of Russian-speaking territories, first and then the occupation. Going back in time, the independence of Kosovo in 2008 had created many tensions in Europe, both in the UN, as well as a great confusion on the part of some European nations that were facing the internal turmoil of Cyprus, Greece, Romania, Slovakia and Spain. When in 2008 the European Union approved independence, the choice, supported by the United States, was far from unanimous, as it started a new battle with Russia and called into question Serbia's rapid integration into the European Union. Europe did not hesitate to challenge Russia's ambitions to regain a political role beyond the Urals. Moscow has built its worldview on this attitude, justifying interventions in South Ossetia, Crimea and Donbas. And it is precisely with this kind of argument that he fans the Balkan fire and is satisfied with the claims for a great Serbia.
The European divide
In addition to the license plate crisis, the complicated issue of Kosovo has reached the Council of Europe. On April 24, the committee of ministers of the Council gave the first consent for Pristina's entry into the institution with 33 votes in favor, 7 against and 5 abstentions. Another award in Albin Kurti's medal collection. Abstentions and votes against show how and why Kosovo is a delicate issue for Ukraine as well. Among the votes against, Cyprus, Spain, Romania, Serbia was also that of Orban's Hungary. Clearly a contradiction, since even though he knows Kosovo, Prime Minister Orban constantly "flirts" with the Serbian president. On the other hand, Greece, Slovakia, Moldova, Bosnia and above all Ukraine abstained. This division does nothing but legitimize the Serbian-Russian axis, with the desire to continue the destabilization of the Balkans,
Interesat e Kievit
Ndaj, Kievi dhe Prishtina duhet të ishin në antipodët e këtyre ndërthurjeve komplekse evropiane. Po ata kanë krijuar një marrëdhënie të papritur që nga shpërthimi i luftës: që nga pushtimi i Ukrainës. Kosova ka qenë një mbështetëse e fortë e Kievit, ndërsa Serbia vazhdon të refuzojë vendosjen e sanksioneve kundër Rusisë. Jo çuditërisht, janarin e kaluar, ishte vetë Kievi, me përfaqësues deputetin Oleksiy Goncharenko, që ftoi vendet evropiane të njihnin pavarësinë e Kosovës. Prishtina mund të ishte një lloj Donbasi në tokën serbe. Por, mbrojtja e Kosovës dhe njohja e saj nuk janë më kërcënim për integritetin territorial apo për Kartën e OKB-së, por një disfatë për ambiciet e Moskës dhe Beogradit. Kjo është sot dëshira më e madhe e Kievit. Një dëshirë urgjente, pasi në Beograd disa anëtarë të parlamentit serb kanë filluar të diskutojnë operacionet shqetësuese në tokën ballkanike: ky është rasti i deputetit serb Vladimir Dukanoviç, wë ëndërronte që Serbia të "denazizonte Ballkanin”. Ai më vonë kërkoi falje për frazën e përdorur, por tregon hapur “humusin kulturor” që lidh serbët dhe rusët. Kievi shpreson që t'i shkaktojë një goditje të rëndë diplomatike Moskës, duke qetësuar marrëdhëniet midis Prishtinës dhe Beogradit, duke e shtyrë Vladimir Putinin të heqë dorë nga fronti kryesor dhe Vuçiçin që të refuzojë të qëndrojë me një këmbë në dy këpucë: njëra evropiane dhe njëra ruse”, përfundon shkrimin media italiane.