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    Mesazh nga **GISHTEZA** prej 18/2/2008, 10:41

    Dear All



    Please allow me on behalf of Albanians from Australia on the solemn and historic occasion of the independence declaration of Kosova to express our congratulations and the gratitude to you All. We wish at this occasion to express our respect and love for the people who died for the independence of Kosova. It is our sincere hope that the Albanians of the world are more united in the will to contribute to a prosperous society within Europe and at the same time honor their own nationality, language, culture and history.



    God bless the independence of Kosova!

    God bless the people who died for this day!

    God bless people of Kosova!

    Good bless Australia!

    God bless the symbol of the independence, nation unity our great leader Mr. Rugova.



    With respect from

    Agron Mataj


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    Mesazh nga **GISHTEZA** prej 18/2/2008, 19:50

    Bush recognizes Kosovo's independence
    Kosovo's ethnic Albanian leadership announced its independence from Serbia
    over the weekend, and suspense gripped the province on Monday as its
    citizens awaited key backing from the United States and key European
    powers.

    "It's something that I've advocated along with my government," Bush said
    in an interview on NBC's "Today."

    By appealing directly to the U.S. and other nations for recognition,
    Kosovo's independence set up a showdown with Serbia — outraged at the
    imminent loss of its territory — and Russia.

    In Washington Monday, State Department spokesman Sean McCormack said in a
    statement: "The United States is reviewing this issue and discussing it
    with its European partners. ... The United States calls on all parties to
    exercise the utmost restraint and to refrain from any provocative act."

    The department said it planned an additional statement later Monday.

    McCormack said he welcomed the Kosovo government's commitment to protect
    ethnic minorities.

    "The U.S. has long believed ... supervised independence was the best way
    to promote regional stability," the spokesman said.

    Kosovo had formally remained a part of Serbia even though it has been
    administered by the U.N. and NATO since 1999, when NATO airstrikes ended

    former Yugoslav leader Slobodan Milosevic's crackdown on ethnic Albanian
    separatists, which killed 10,000 people.

    In April 2007, U.N. envoy Martti Ahtisaari recommended that Kosovo be
    granted internationally supervised independence. But talks that followed
    failed to yield an agreement between the ethnic Albanian leadership, which
    pushed for full statehood, and Serbia, which was willing to offer only
    autonomy.

    "The Ahtisaari plan is our blueprint forward," Bush said. "We'll watch to
    see how the events unfold today. The Kosovars are now independent."

    Serbia made clear it would never accept Kosovo's statehood. On Monday,
    Serbia said it would seek to block Kosovo from gaining diplomatic
    recognition and membership in the U.N. and other international
    organizations.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has argued that independence without U.N.
    approval would set a dangerous precedent for "frozen conflicts" across the
    former Soviet Union, where separatists in Chechnya and Georgia are
    agitating for independence.

    European Union nations have stood deeply divided over whether to recognize
    Kosovo's independence as their foreign ministers gathered in Brussels,
    Belgium, to try to forge a common stance. Britain, France, Germany and
    Ireland indicated they would push ahead with recognition. But Spain, which
    has struggled with its own separatist movement in the Basque region,
    called Kosovo's declaration illegal.

    On Sunday, Bush said the U.S. will work to prevent violent clashes
    following the historic announcement.

    "The United States will continue to work with our allies to do the very
    best we can to make sure there's no violence," Bush said several hours
    before Kosovo's parliament approved the declaration.


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