By Kit Klarenberg for RT
Documents have revealed Whitehall’s multimillion-pound involvement in efforts to increase support for Kosovo’s national government among the Serbs, proving once again Britain cannot resist flexing its neocolonial muscles.
In September 2020, Pristina and Belgradeagreedto normalize economic relations, in a move hailed by the mainstream media as historic. However, the concord failed to resolve the many serious questions that have hovered over Kosovo’s future ever since itcontroversiallydeclared independence from Serbia in 2008.
The primary source of contention is four northern municipalities where ethnic Kosovo Serbs comprise a majority of the population. While nominally part of the aspiring state, the quartet remains under de facto Serbian rule. Both apartitionand aland swaphave been discussed intensively over the years at the highest levels, although the currentpositionof Kosovo’s prime minister, Albin Kurti, is that no territorial concessions will be made…
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