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Czech Republic travel warning on Kosovo, Macedonia
| February 5, 2003
| B92 News
Posted on 02/05/2003 7:46:17 AM PST by Destro
February 5, 2003.
Czech Republic travel warning on Kosovo, Macedonia | 13:09 |
PRAGUE -- Wednesday The Czech Foreign Ministry today warned its citizens against staying in Kosovo or Macedonia, saying that the security situation in the region had deteriorated.
In its warning , the Ministry says that tension has increased throughout Kosovo and the security situation in Macedonia has again become dangerous.
Under these security conditions, the Foreign Ministry advises Czech citizens to reconsider plans to travel to these regions, said the statement.
TOPICS: Breaking News; Foreign Affairs
KEYWORDS: balkans; campaignfinance; kosovo; macedonia; vaclavhavel
posted on 02/05/2003 7:46:17 AM PST
NATO useless or compromised? Both it seems.
posted on 02/05/2003 7:48:23 AM PST
posted on 02/05/2003 7:50:22 AM PST
Have they run out of Serbs to 'revenge'?
posted on 02/05/2003 7:58:44 AM PST
Didn't the Czech slaves help NATO make Kosovo "free" for drug runners & the child prostitution trade?
Now they're saying it isn't safe enough for their own citizens? Any word on how safe it is for the people who live there? If it isn't safe enough for your own citizens what the hell does a Czech prison bitch think he's doing making it unsafe for the people who live there? Do you think a Czech prison bitch's people were actually worthy of any sympathy in WWII? Think again.
More good news brought to you from the same people who think that degraded bootlicker, Vaclav Havel, represents the highest genetic development of European civilization.
posted on 02/05/2003 10:56:42 AM PST
by Ichabod Walrus
( I wonder if somebody will clean up the garbage in 2003?)
i don't think so, I think they just got bored with it and want to go on to new victims.
posted on 02/05/2003 2:01:33 PM PST
by Jacob Kell
(Smash the KLA)
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