Serb leader reasserts claim to Kosovo

[JURIST] In the first trip by a Serbian leader through the province since the end of civil war in 1999, President Boris Tadic [official website in Serbian] has forcefully asserted his country's claim to Kosovo, which has been run by the UN [UNMIK website] for the past five years after being under Serb control during the rule of former Yugoslavian president Slobodan Milosevic [Wikipedia profile]. Tadic thanked residents of Kosovo for remaining in the region despite the constant conflict, and handed out Serbian flags to each village he visited. IHT has more.

 

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