The author and the site are pro-government Turkish, hence pro-Albanian, anti-Serbian; pro-Muslim, anti-Christian; pro-NATO, anti-Russian.
May 19, 2022
Kosovo’s exceptional diplomacy is a lesson for all
Last week President of the Republic of Kosovo Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu met with Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States Nancy Pelosi in Washington DC. This represents the capstone in a series of high-level meetings Kosovo diplomats have had in the last couple of years, and it also shows a clear line and serious strategy of the youngest European state.
Russia has an eye on the region
Kosovo today remains in the eye-sight not only of Serbia and also of Russia….
The US base Camp Bondsteel in eastern Kosovo which houses roughly 1,000 troops is important….However, neighboring nations such as Macedonia, Montenegro, and notably Bosnia and Herzegovina remain vulnerable to Serbian and Russian influence. For this reason, more support needs to be given to Kosovo. For instance, due to a large diplomatic offensive by Serbia, almost half of the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) members have still not recognized Kosovo’s independence. Serbia has been able to prevent major Muslim countries from recognizing Kosovo by playing the card of the Yugoslav Non-Aligned Movement legacy.
…Kosovo remains committed to joining NATO and the EU and has stood firmly aligned with the West….