Pristina - Head of the ICO in Kosovo, Pieter Feith said in an interview for Info Globe that he did not expect Kosovo and the Balkans may have boundary changes. According to Feith, this would not be a solution for any country.
"Frankly, I do not believe it can happen something like this. It's hardly to believe that
governments in the region, then the U.S. or the governments of Great Britain, Germany,
France or Italy would agree that new changing of the borders would be a better solution
than this that the have now. No ," Feith said.
Feith said the EU states have recognized the concept of coexistence, so if such a
thing does not happen in Kosovo it would be a retreat. "This is the model on which
the European Union was built. We have accepted, in London, Holland, Sweden, and
elsewhere is accepted that in these countries there is the Turkish community, that there
are immigrants from Israel, Iraq, but also from the Balkans.
They have agreed to coexist. The EU has accepted the concept of coexistence as reality.
If this is not accepted here, then it would be a retreat in terms of moral, ethical and ethnic
aspect. This would significantly reduce the basic values of the European Union "Feith
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