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Serbia will not give up Kosovo

Serbia will not give up Kosovo

December 15, 2007 - 15:58 AMT  21:51 GMT
The European Union considers the possibility to offer Serbia an "accelerated schedule" of joining the organization.
Washington to contribute to Karabakh settlement

Washington to contribute to Karabakh settlement

December 15, 2007 - 15:53 AMT  21:51 GMT
Joseph Pennington said the U.S. is determined to keep on contributing to processes within the Armenia-NATO IPAP.
Portugal and Romania refuse to recognize Kosovo unilateral independence

Portugal and Romania refuse to recognize Kosovo unilateral independence

December 15, 2007 - 15:10 AMT  21:51 GMT
Jose Socrates: the answer is "no".
Moscow called on Belgrade and Pristina to continue talks

Moscow called on Belgrade and Pristina to continue talks

December 15, 2007 - 14:19 AMT  21:51 GMT
Vitaly Churkin: Belgrade is prepared to grant Pristina full freedom in the economic realm.
European Armenian said NO to Turkey not recognizing Armenian Genocide

European Armenian said NO to Turkey not recognizing Armenian Genocide

December 15, 2007 - 13:42 AMT  21:51 GMT
Mourad Papazian: we are not against Turkey's accession but we do stand Turkey which refuses to leave Cyprus, to recognize Cyprus, to recognize the Armenian Genocide and the rights of the Kurds.
U.S. called on Turkey for political solution to PKK problem

U.S. called on Turkey for political solution to PKK problem

December 15, 2007 - 13:27 AMT  21:51 GMT
Dell Dailey: we have not looked at a military solution as the solution to the PKK. Our preference is a political solution both in Iraq and in Turkey.
Nicolas Sarkozy: Kosovo independence inevitable

Nicolas Sarkozy: Kosovo independence inevitable

December 15, 2007 - 13:12 AMT  21:51 GMT
European Union leaders agreed on the principle of sending a civilian mission to Kosovo.

Kosovo's Independence Day hasn't been determined yet

December 13, 2007 - 20:34 AMT  21:51 GMT
The question of Kosovo independence is still hanging in the air. The EU leaders haven't managed to come to an agreement over the most important things; i.e. whether they should grant independence to the territory now or wait a little bit more. Russia in this issue is fighting to the bitter end. "Russia will support the Kosovo issue regulation on the basis of the decision made by the UN Security Council, as well as taking into consideration the interests of Belgrade and Pristine. As for the international consequences of the one-sided proclamation of Kosovo independence, it should be mentioned that it will certainly become a model, and not because we say so, but because this will happen," said the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov.
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