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Self-determination for Serbs, self-management for Albanians!
Written by Florim Zeqa 20 Mars 2023
After the marathon meeting in Ohrid between the prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, things have become even clearer. Serbia brought out what it wants and for which it works tirelessly, while Kosovo was left with the wish for visa liberalization, for membership in the Council of Europe and UNESCO, but without any hope of becoming a member of the EU and without a seat at the UN. "The association is not the self-government of the Serbs, but it is self-management, and of course I am the prime minister of all the citizens of the Republic of Kosovo, regardless of ethnicity, so I commit myself not only to the Albanians, but also to the Serbs and other minorities", was Albin Kurti's statement after the end of the tripartite meeting in Ohrid. But the truth is quite different, painful and bitter for Kosovo! Serbia got what it wanted and planned for a long time, the extension of economic and political sovereignty in the north through the Association and inside the country through the Serbian municipalities (Serbian enclaves as Kurti called them in the past) and the territorial expansion of churches and monasteries, empowered with ex-territoriality. But the question arises, what will Kosovo benefit from the Franco-German plan, which started on February 27 in Brussels and ended in Ohrid on March 18, 2023!? If we refer to practical things and those that have been promised for a long time by the current prime minister, Albin Kurti, then we can freely say that Kosovo remained in the hands of "Trashte e Surla"; no mutual recognition, no seat at the UN, no compensation for war damages, no return of missing persons, no return of artefacts stolen during the war, even without visa liberalization and nothing else. However, what has been promised to Kosovo in one of the articles of the unsigned agreement are rather technical issues that belong to the freedom of movement, such as; recognition of passports, license plates, customs stamps and diplomas! The difference between "De facto" and "De Jure" recognition is in the legitimization of the reality created in a certain territory. The actual separation 25 years ago of the northern part of our country by the Russian-French forces or "Zajednica", signed 10 years ago in Brussels by our two former prime ministers, is now being legitimized by the Franco-German plan accepted by Albin Kurti without get nothing in return. The Presevo Valley remained out of the political vocabulary and finally under the jurisdiction of Serbia! Kurti's willingness to sign the Association and the non-signing of the other party prove the misery and political myopia of the Prime Minister of our country to preserve some power in half of the state. European and Western surgeons are generally describing the Ohrid "operation" as successful, while the patient (Kosovo) was left with more open wounds, the Serbian intestines, which will hinder the development perspective, the European and transatlantic integrations of our state and with which all future governments of Kosovo will spend time and energy (financial means). Albanians are left to self-manage lonely and wounded in spirit in their homes, while the emigrants will be forgotten by their country. The high power in Kosovo will be analogous to the Serbian self-government (self-determination) and will be equivalent to the local government in the entire territory of Kosovo, without the supervision of the Serbian Association and without any kind of management of the Serbian churches and monasteries. From now on, the political struggle for power will continue in half the state, since the other half went to us for fur!