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24 July 2010 - 19:54 pm - [b]NatPress[/b]
Source: www1.voanews.com


The verdict on Kosovo’s independence, adopted by the United Nations supreme court, can cause consequences for the other countries. The international court of the United Nations in the Hague recognized lawful the announcement of Kosovo’s independence in 2008.

Minister for Foreign Affairs of Kosovo Skender Hiseni addressed to journalists soon after the announcement of the verdict of the court.

“That is good news for Kosovo, he said. That is good news for the world and stability in the western part of Balkan peninsula. It is also good news for Europe as, eventually, the International court - a powerful judicial instance - has confirmed that the people of Kosovo acted correctly, having declared about its independence on February, 17th, 2008.

From his part, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Serbia Vuk Eremich declared that the verdict of the court would not affect the position of his country.

“Never, under no circumstances Serbia will recognize the unilateral declaration on independence of so-called Republic of Kosovo”.

Aien Bunkroft, one of the founders of the humanitarian organization TransConflict working in the western Balkans, speaks about importance of the verdict of the International court.

“The verdict has a key value, Bunkroft said. Serbia hoped that not obligatory decision to execution will give them some forces - political, moral, legal, symbolical weight - with which they would go to the United Nations General assembly and began achieving adoption of new resolution calling for renewal of negotiations with Kosovo. When the verdict of the court appeared to be completely not as they had expected, and, considering, that the International court of the United Nations made a decision, which majority of the people had not expected - an unambiguous decision, Serbia should seriously reconsider its political line now ».

Sixty nine countries, including the USA, Japan, Germany, France and Great Britain recognized the independence of Kosovo. However Kurt Walker, ex-ambassador of the USA in the NATO, says that the main country which remains an opponent of Kosovo’s independence, is Russia.

“Russia considers itself as a patron of Serbia and wishes to give support to Serbia, Walker said. Secondly, it seems that the decision was adopted without participation of the United Nations Security council, and Russia as the constant member of the Security Council considers that it should have the right to agree or disagree, and if it disagrees, there should not have been such decision. And thirdly, certainly, Russia itself is a multinational country in which there are many different regions, so Russia is not interested in that separative regions get the right to independence”.

Many experts, including Aien Bunkroft, believe that the verdict of the International court of the United Nations sends a signal to the whole world.

“The substantive position of the court’s verdict is very precise: the international law does not forbid unilateral announcement of independence, Aien Bunkroft says. Therefore any separative movement – no matter in what part of the world it is - will see in this decision a support to that they can go the same way”.

However Kurt Walker has another point of view.

“I do not think that the decision will make a great influence on someone, whether it be the states which wish to keep their territorial integrity, despite of aspirations of indigenous people, or movements which achieve independence and freedom. These tendencies, these desires have already taken place, and they will have proceeded irrespective of this decision”.

Experts consider that now the verdict of the court will be sent the General assembly of the United Nations where, predictably, in September debates about Kosovo will be started.

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