Skip to comments.Slovak president criticizes UN plan for Kosovo
Posted on 02/09/2007 4:19:17 PM PST by kronos77
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia: Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic on Friday criticized a U.N. plan for the future of Serbia's breakaway province of Kosovo, describing it as disadvantageous for the government in Belgrade.
"It is impossible in the 21st century to create an agreement with provisions that are advantageous for one party and disadvantageous for another," Gasparovic said in a broadcast by the Bratislava's TA3 TV.
"After NATO's invasion of Serbia that was staged to protect Kosovo Albanians the (Western) allies forgot about the protection of Serbs," Gasparovic said.
On Thursday, Jan Slota, the head of the nationalist Slovak National Party, labeled Ahtisaari's plan as a "pile of trash" and compared it with the 1938 Munich agreement that allowed Nazi Germany to invade former Czechoslovakia just before WWII. Slota's party is part of the governing coalition led by Prime Minister Robert Fico.
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Pile Of Trash:)
Of course, anyone who doesn't have their cranium buried to the hilt in their own rectum realizes that supporting the Kosovo land theft is a bad idea.
Speak of folks with their heads up you-know-where, I think I hear his kneepads shuffling in this direction now.
There goes the US...
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