By Paul Mitchell:
US leads push for Kosovo independence
13 June 2007
Following his meeting with Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha Sunday, President George W. Bush declared he would push for Kosovan independence.
“The question is whether there’s going to be endless dialogue on a subject that we’ve already made up our mind on,” he said.
“I’m worried about expectations not being met in Kosovo. And therefore we’ll push the process.”
The issue of Kosovan independence is inflaming great power relations, splitting Europe, threatening further instability in the Balkans region and emboldening secessionist movements elsewhere to press for independence.
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