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Kosovo declared independence from Serbia on on February 17, 2008 but has not gained complete international recognition to allow it to become a member of the United Nations.
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Is it Kosovo or Kosova?

"Kosova" is the Albanian name and "Kosovo" is the Serbian name, sounsurprisingly the Albanian-speaking government that announcedindependence in February 2008 calls itself the Republic of Kosova. The government of Serbia, which hasn't recognized that government,calls it Kosovo. So whether you use "Kosovo" or "Kosova" can dependon your opinion of the situation in the place concerned. But mostEnglish speakers use "Kosovo" without implying that they believethat Kosovo is Serbian . Still, the government that the UK, the USA, Australia, and Canada-- important English-speaking states -- recognize calls itselfKosova, so maybe we should start too. The names "Kosovo" and "Kosova" come from the Serbian word "kos",which means blackbird.

What and where is Kosovo?

Kosovo or the Republic of Kosovo is a country located in Southeastern Europe. Before 2008 Kosovo was an Autonomous Province of Serbia that was under United Nations Administration, it was considered an Albanian run territory. In 2008 Kosovo declared independence from Serbia and was recognized by majority of the European Union only 5 EU states refuse to recognize. And also by the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Albania, Turkey, Japan and so on. As of 2011 Kosovo is recognized by 76 UN states and Taiwan. Kosovo is a predominant Albanian country but is considered a true multi ethnic nation with ethnic groups such as Albanians, Serbians, Turkish, Bosnians, Southern Slavs, Hungarians, Germans, Roma, Ashkali, Gorani, Tosk, Croatians, Spaniards and more. So it is it in Russia?

What is the future of kosovo?

It will hopefully become a great nation without invaders and will develop over time and turn in to the best country in the world like Albania

Postcode of kosovo?

postkode of kosovo i think is 10000 10000 is of capital city of Kosova, Prishtina as every country in the world in Kosova also every municipality has its own postcode

What was the Kosovo War?

It was a ethnic cleaning war Serbians headed against Albanians. Serbs wanted to create Great Serbia in the region by fighting against Croats, Bosnians and Albanians. NATO had prevented them in doing so.

What is the history of kosovo?

Go to Bibliothek and learn about "HISTORY OF ALBANIA" .....before 1912...Kosovo was part of Albania and allso some good parts of Montenegro(Ulqin,Tuzi,Tivari..)Macedonia(Shkupi,Tetova,Gostivari..)Greec (Qameria..)Serbia(Nis,Sanxhak,.....Eastern Kosovo...Presheva,Medvegja,Bujanovci..)where part of ALBANIA TODAY, unfortunetly albanians people and their theritories are still divided.

What was the kosovo crisis?

i don't know what you mean with kosovo crisis cuz maybe you meant kosovo war of 1997-1999 but if we are talking about kosovo crisis then that basically was the crisis in march 2004 when minority of serbians killed 3 albanian children and albanians are majority in kosovo with 92 % so then started everything then the albanians wanted te avenge for that so they began to shoot each other and to fight the albanians burned serbians houses destroyed some orthodox serbian churches the serbians did the same but less and stuff like that but at the end there were more albanians killed than the serbians

Did kosovo get there independence?

sure we did on Sunday february 17, 2008 i remember it was a cold day... but the best day of my life, beter than when a got married hahaha

Is kosovo a country?

Yes and no. It's not considered a country to everyone. Kosovo has yet to haverecognition by enough countries to be considered sovereign. Answer Yes the former Serbian province of Kosovo unilaterallydeclared independence on Sunday (February 17) and became recognizedas the world's 195th country Answer YES YES KOSOVA IS A NEW AND INDEPENDENT FREE COUNTRY NO QUESTIONSASKED. IT BECAME A COUNTRY IN FEBRUARY 2008 AND IS THE NEWESTCOUNTRY IN THE WORLD

Is Kosovo part of Serbia?

The claim of such is disputed. The Serbs say it is, most of the people there say not. Yes, Kosovo how it is pronounced is in the southern part of Serbia, but due to the war in 1999, Serbia has no governing in Kosovo.

What is the official name of Kosovo?

The Republic of Kosovo (ENGLISH) Republika e Kosoves (ALBANIAN) Short Name: Kosovo ( ENGLISH) Kosova (ALBANIAN) Former Name : Autonomous Province of Kosovo.

Does Russia recognize kosovo?

No. It is a strong allie of Serbia's and fearful that recognition would set a precendent. It also believes the declaration of independence was illegal.

What is the meaning of the name Kosovo?

One theory about the name Kosovo, states that Kosovo is theCroatian neuter possessive adjective of kos (кос)"blackbird", an ellipsis for "field of the blackbirds", the site ofthe 1389 Battle of Kosovo Field. The name of the field was appliedto an Ottoman province created in 1864.

Who is in the UN?

Country: Date of Joining: Afghanistan - Nov 19, 1946 Albania - Dec 14, 1955 Algeria - Oct 8, 1962 Andorra - July 28, 1993 Angola - Dec 1, 1976 Antigua and Barbuda - Nov 11, 1981 Argentina - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Armenia - March 2, 1992 Australia - Nov 1, 1945 (original UN member) Austria - Dec 14, 1955 Azerbaijan - March 2, 1992 The Bahamas - Sept 18, 1973 Bahrain - Sept 21, 1971 Bangladesh - Sept 17, 1974 Barbados - Dec 9, 1966 Belarus - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Belgium - Dec 27, 1945 (original UN member) Belize - Sept 25, 1981 Benin - Sept 20, 1960 Bhutan - Sept 21, 1971 Bolivia - Nov 14, 1945 (original UN member) Bosnia and Herzegovina - May 22, 1992 Botswana - Oct 17, 1966 Brazil - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Brunei - Sept 21, 1984 Bulgaria - Dec 14, 1955 Burkina Faso - Sept 20, 1960 Burundi - Sept 18, 1962 Cambodia - Dec 14, 1955 Cameroon - Sept 20, 1960 Canada - Nov 9, 1945 (original UN member) Cape Verde - Sept 16, 1975 Central African Republic - Sept 20, 1960 Chad - Sept 20, 1960 Chile - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) China - Oct 25, 1971* Colombia - Nov 5, 1945 (original UN member) Comoros - Nov 12, 1975 Republic of the Congo - Sept 20, 1960 Democratic Republic of the Congo - Sept 20, 1960 Costa Rica - Nov 2, 1945 (original UN member) Cote d'Ivoire - Sept 20, 1960 Croatia - May 22, 1992 Cuba - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Cyprus - Sept 20, 1960 Czech Republic - Jan 19, 1993 Denmark - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Djibouti - Sept 20, 1977 Dominica - Dec 18, 1978 Dominican Republic - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) East Timor - Sept 22, 2002 Ecuador - Dec 21, 1945 (original UN member) Egypt - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) El Salvador - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Equatorial Guinea - Nov 12, 1968 Eritrea - May 28, 1993 Estonia - Sept 17, 1991 Ethiopia - Nov 13, 1945 (original UN member) Fiji - Oct 13, 1970 Finland - Dec 14, 1955 France - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Gabon - Sept 20, 1960 The Gambia - Sept 21, 1965 Georgia - July 31, 1992 Germany - Sept 18, 1973 Ghana - March 8, 1957 Greece - Oct 25, 1945 (original UN member) Grenada - Sept 17, 1974 Guatemala - Nov 21, 1945 (original UN member) Guinea - Dec 12, 1958 Guinea-Bissau - Sept 17, 1974 Guyana - Sept 20, 1966 Haiti - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Honduras - Dec 17, 1945 (original UN member) Hungary - Dec 14, 1955 Iceland - Nov 19, 1946 India - Oct 30, 1945 (original UN member) Indonesia - Sept 28, 1950 Iran - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Iraq - Dec 21, 1945 (original UN member) Ireland - Dec 14, 1955 Israel - May 11, 1949 Italy - Dec 14, 1955 Jamaica - Sept 18, 1962 Japan - Dec 18, 1956 Jordan - Dec 14, 1955 Kazakhstan - March 2, 1992 Kenya - Dec 16, 1963 Kiribati - Sept 14, 1999 Korea, North - Dec 17, 1991 Korea, South - Dec 17, 1991 Kuwait - May 14, 1964 Kyrgyzstan - March 2, 1992 Laos - Dec 14, 1955 Latvia - Sept 17, 1991 Lebanon - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Lesotho - Oct 17, 1966 Liberia - Nov 2, 1945 (original UN member) Libya - Dec 14, 1955 Liechtenstein - Sept 18, 1990 Lithuania - Sept 17, 1991 Luxembourg - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Macedonia - April 8, 1993 Madagascar - Sept 20, 1960 Malawi - Dec 1, 1964 Malaysia - Sept 17, 1957 Maldives - Sept 21, 1965 Mali - Sept 28, 1960 Malta - Dec 1, 1964 Marshall Islands - Sept 17, 1991 Mauritania - Oct 27, 1961 Mauritius - April 24, 1968 Mexico - Nov 7, 1945 (original UN member) Micronesia, Federated States of - Sept 17, 1991 Moldova - March 2, 1992 Monaco - May 28, 1993 Mongolia - Oct 27, 1961 Montenegro - June 28, 2006 Morocco - Nov 12, 1956 Mozambique - Sept 16, 1975 Myanmar (Burma) - April 19, 1948 Namibia - April 23, 1990 Nauru - Sept 14, 1999 Nepal - Dec 14, 1955 Netherlands - Dec 10, 1945 (original UN member) New Zealand - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Nicaragua - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Niger - Sept 20, 1960 Nigeria - Oct 7, 1960 Norway - Nov 27, 1945 (original UN member) Oman - Oct 7, 1971 Pakistan - Sept 30, 1947 Palau - Dec 15, 1994 Panama - Nov 13, 1945 (original UN member) Papua New Guinea - Oct 10, 1945 Paraguay - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member country) Peru - Oct 31, 1945 (original UN member) Philippines - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Poland - Oct 24, 1945 Portugal - Dec 14, 1955 Qatar - Sept 21, 1977 Romania - Dec 14, 1955 Russia - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Rwanda - Sept 18, 1962 Saint Kitts and Nevis - Sept 23, 1983 Saint Lucia - Sept 18, 1979 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - Sept. 16, 1980 Samoa - Dec 15, 1976 San Marino - March 2, 1992 Sao Tome and Principe - Sept 16, 1975 Saudi Arabia - Oct 24, 1945 Senegal - Sept 28, 1945 Serbia - Nov 1, 2000 Seychelles - Sept 21, 1976 Sierra Leone - Sept 27, 1961 Singapore - Sept 21, 1965 Slovakia - Jan 19, 1993 Slovenia - May 22, 1992 Solomon Islands - Sept 19, 1978 Somalia - Sept 20, 1960 South Africa - Nov 7, 1945 (original UN member) Spain - Dec 14, 1955 Sri Lanka - Dec 14, 1955 Sudan - Nov 12, 1956 Suriname - Dec 4, 1975 Swaziland - Sept 24, 1968 Sweden - Nov 19, 1946 Switzerland - Sept 10, 2002 Syria - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Tajikistan - March 2, 1992 Tanzania - Dec 14, 1961 Thailand - Dec 16, 1946 Togo - Sept 20, 1960 Tonga - Sept 14, 1999 Trinidad and Tobago - Sept 18, 1962 Tunisia - Nov 12, 1956 Turkey - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) Turkmenistan - March 2, 1992 Tuvalu - Sept 5, 2000 Uganda - Oct 25, 1962 Ukraine - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) United Arab Emirates - Dec 9, 1971 United Kingdom - Oct 24, 1945 (original UN member) United States of America - Oct 24, 1945 Uruguay - Dec 18, 1945 Uzbekistan - March 2, 1992 Vanuatu - Sept 15, 1981 Venezuela - Nov 15, 1945 (original UN member) Vietnam - Sept 20, 1977 Yemen - Sept 30, 1947 Zambia - Dec 1, 1964 Zimbabwe - Aug 25, 1980

What UN does?

Founded in 1945, succeeding WWII to replace the League of Nations, prevent war and allow for international talks, the UN has since established itself as a platform for global issues to be decided upon. The aims and objectives of the United Nations to facilitate cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights and the achievement of world peace constitute the UN as one of the most diverse and honourable organisations in the world, banding together 192 member states to formulate solutions to global issues and develop international relations. The UN has six main organs - the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, the Secretariat, the International Court of Justice and the United Nations Trusteeship Council. Other well-known branches of the UN include UNICEF, WHO and the WFP. Funded by assessed and voluntary contributions by member states, the UN has six core languages - Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish.

What languages are spoken in Kosovo?

Official languages: Albanian, Serbian Recognised regional languages: Turkish, Našinski, Romani, Bosnian Albanian is the main language. Serbian, Bosnian and Croatian are spoken by few people. European languages such as English is also spoken. Mostly Albanian. There is also a small Serbian-speaking population. Language of Kosovo is Albanian The most spoken language in Kosova is Albanian (or SHQIP like the Kosova people say)! Kosovans speak KOSOVAN ; Kosovans are citizens of Kosovo; They speak Albanian (majority) and Serbian (minority). I have a friend that lived in Kosovo and he said that most of the people he met there were Albanian and that that was what language they spoke there.

Republic of kosovo?

Kosovo declared independence on the 17th of February 2008. The small south east European state sits between Albania, Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro. The capital of the Republic is Prishtina, a city of around 500,000 people. The population of Kosovo exceeds 2 million. It is recognized by more than 55 countries.

Why is kosovo at war?

It isn't. There has been no war since around 1999/2000. The political atmosphere is tense but there is no fighting.

Where is Kosovo located in Europe?

Kosova is a south east European state which sits between Albania,Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro. It's bordered by Macedonia to the south, Serbia to the north andeast, and Montenegro and Albania to the west. It is in the west (center) of Ballkan.

What un is?

This question may refer to the UN, which is the abbreviation for the United Nations, a diplomatic organization with offices in New York; it is made up of member countries from all over the world. Or it may be asking about the prefix "un," which means "not" and begins a number of English words like unclear, uninteresting, and unspoken.

Who are in the UN?

A. Afghanistan (19 November 1946) . Albania (14 December 1955) . Algeria (8 October 1962) . Andorra (28 July 1993) . Angola (1 December 1976) . Antigua and Barbuda (11 November 1981) . Argentina (24 October 1945) . Armenia (2 March 1992) . Australia (1 November 1945) . Austria (14 December 1955) . Azerbaijan (2 March 1992) . B. Bahamas (18 September 1973) . Bahrain (21 September 1971) . Bangladesh (17 September 1974) . Barbados (9 December 1966) . Belarus (24 October 1945) . Belgium (27 December 1945) . Belize (25 September 1981) . Benin (20 September 1960) . Bhutan (21 September 1971) . Bolivia (14 November 1945) . Bosnia and Herzegovina (22 May 1992) . Botswana (17 October 1966) . Brazil (24 October 1945) . Brunei Darussalam (21 September 1984) . Bulgaria (14 December 1955) . Burkina Faso (20 September 1960) . Burundi (18 September 1962) . C. Cambodia (14 December 1955) . Cameroon (20 September 1960) . Canada (9 November 1945) . Cape Verde (16 September 1975) . Central African Republic (20 September 1960) . Chad (20 September 1960) . Chile (24 October 1945) . China (24 October 1945) . Colombia (5 November 1945) . Comoros (12 November 1975) . Congo, Republic of the... (20 September 1960) . Costa Rica (2 November 1945) . Côte d'Ivoire (20 September 1960) . Croatia (22 May 1992) . Cuba (24 October 1945) . Cyprus (20 September 1960) . Czech Republic (19 January 1993) . D. Democratic People's Republic of Korea (17 September 1991) . Democratic Republic of the Congo (20 September 1960) . Denmark (24 October 1945) . Djibouti (20 September 1977) . Dominica (18 December 1978) . Dominican Republic (24 October 1945) . E. Ecuador (21 December 1945) . Egypt (24 October 1945) . El Salvador (24 October 1945) . Equatorial Guinea (12 November 1968) . Eritrea (28 May 1993) . Estonia (17 September 1991) . Ethiopia (13 November 1945) . F. Fiji (13 October 1970) . Finland (14 December 1955) . France (24 October 1945) . G. Gabon (20 September 1960) . Gambia (21 September 1965) . Georgia (31 July 1992) . Germany (18 September 1973) . Ghana (8 March 1957) . Greece (25 October 1945) . Grenada (17 September 1974) . Guatemala (21 November 1945) . Guinea (12 December 1958) . Guinea-Bissau (17 September 1974) . Guyana (20 September 1966) . H. Haiti (24 October 1945) . Honduras (17 December 1945) . Hungary (14 December 1955) . I. Iceland (19 November 1946) . India (30 October 1945) . Indonesia (28 September 1950) . Iran, Islamic Republic of... (24 October 1945) . Iraq (21 December 1945) . Ireland (14 December 1955) . Israel (11 May 1949) . Italy (14 December 1955) . J. Jamaica (18 September 1962) . Japan (18 December 1956) . Jordan (14 December 1955) . K. Kazakhstan (2 March 1992) . Kenya (16 December 1963) . Kiribati (14 September 1999) . Kuwait (14 May 1963) . Kyrgyzstan (2 March 1992) . L. Lao People's Democratic Republic (14 December 1955) . Latvia (17 September 1991) . Lebanon (24 October 1945) . Lesotho (17 October 1966) . Liberia (2 November 1945) . Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (14 December 1955) . Liechtenstein (18 September 1990) . Lithuania (17 September 1991) . Luxembourg (24 October 1945) . M. Madagascar (20 September 1960) . Malawi (1 December 1964) . Malaysia (17 September 1957) . Maldives (21 September 1965) . Mali (28 September 1960) . Malta (1 December 1964) . Marshall Islands (17 September 1991) . Mauritania (27 October 1961) . Mauritius (24 April 1968) . Mexico (7 November 1945) . Micronesia, Federated States of... (17 September 1991) . Monaco (28 May 1993) . Mongolia (27 October 1961) . Montenegro (28 June 2006) . Morocco (12 November 1956) . Mozambique (16 September 1975) . Myanmar (19 April 1948) . N. Namibia (23 April 1990) . Nauru (14 September 1999) . Nepal (14 December 1955) . Netherlands (10 December 1945) . New Zealand (24 October 1945) . Nicaragua (24 October 1945) . Niger (20 September 1960) . Nigeria (7 October 1960) . Norway (27 November 1945) . O. Oman (7 October 1971) . P. Pakistan (30 September 1947) . Palau (15 December 1994) . Panama (13 November 1945) . Papua New Guinea (10 October 1975) . Paraguay (24 October 1945) . Peru (31 October 1945) . Philippines (24 October 1945) . Poland (24 October 1945) . Portugal (14 December 1955) . Q. Qatar (21 September 1971) . R. Republic of Korea (17 September 1991) . Republic of Moldova (2 March 1992) . Romania (14 December 1955) . Russian Federation (24 October 1945) . Rwanda (18 September 1962) . S. Saint Kitts and Nevis (23 September 1983) . Saint Lucia (18 September 1979) . Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (16 September 1980) . Samoa (15 December 1976) . San Marino (2 March 1992) . Sao Tome and Principe (16 September 1975) . Saudi Arabia (24 October 1945) . Senegal (28 September 1960) . Serbia (1 November 2000) . Seychelles (21 September 1976) . Sierra Leone (27 September 1961) . Singapore (21 September 1965) . Slovakia (19 January 1993) . Slovenia (22 May 1992) . Solomon Islands (19 September 1978) . Somalia (20 September 1960) . South Africa (7 November 1945) . Spain (14 December 1955) . Sri Lanka (14 December 1955) . Sudan (12 November 1956) . Suriname (4 December 1975) . Swaziland (24 September 1968) . Sweden (19 November 1946) . Switzerland (10 September 2002) . Syrian Arab Republic (24 October 1945) . T. Tajikistan (2 March 1992) . Thailand (16 December 1946) . The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (8 April 1993) . Timor-Leste (27 September 2002) . Togo (20 September 1960) . Tonga (14 September 1999) . Trinidad and Tobago (18 September 1962) . Tunisia (12 November 1956) . Turkey (24 October 1945) . Turkmenistan (2 March 1992) . Tuvalu (5 September 2000) . U. Uganda (25 October 1962) . Ukraine (24 October 1945) . United Arab Emirates (9 December 1971) . United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (24 October 1945) . United Republic of Tanzania (14 December 1961) . United States of America (24 October 1945) . Uruguay (18 December 1945) . Uzbekistan (2 March 1992) . V. Vanuatu (15 September 1981) . Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of... (15 November 1945) . Viet Nam (20 September 1977) . Y. Yemen (30 September 1947) . Z. Zambia (1 December 1964) . http://www.un.org/members/list.shtml. Zimbabwe (25 August 1980) . A. Afghanistan (19 November 1946) . Albania (14 December 1955) . Algeria (8 October 1962) . Andorra (28 July 1993) . Angola (1 December 1976) . Antigua and Barbuda (11 November 1981) . Argentina (24 October 1945) . Armenia (2 March 1992) . Australia (1 November 1945) . Austria (14 December 1955) . Azerbaijan (2 March 1992) . B. Bahamas (18 September 1973) . Bahrain (21 September 1971) . Bangladesh (17 September 1974) . Barbados (9 December 1966) . Belarus (24 October 1945) . Belgium (27 December 1945) . Belize (25 September 1981) . Benin (20 September 1960) . Bhutan (21 September 1971) . Bolivia (14 November 1945) . Bosnia and Herzegovina (22 May 1992) . Botswana (17 October 1966) . Brazil (24 October 1945) . Brunei Darussalam (21 September 1984) . Bulgaria (14 December 1955) . Burkina Faso (20 September 1960) . Burundi (18 September 1962) . C. Cambodia (14 December 1955) . Cameroon (20 September 1960) . Canada (9 November 1945) . Cape Verde (16 September 1975) . Central African Republic (20 September 1960) . Chad (20 September 1960) . Chile (24 October 1945) . China (24 October 1945) . Colombia (5 November 1945) . Comoros (12 November 1975) . Congo, Republic of the... (20 September 1960) . Costa Rica (2 November 1945) . Côte d'Ivoire (20 September 1960) . Croatia (22 May 1992) . Cuba (24 October 1945) . Cyprus (20 September 1960) . Czech Republic (19 January 1993) . D. Democratic People's Republic of Korea (17 September 1991) . Democratic Republic of the Congo (20 September 1960) . Denmark (24 October 1945) . Djibouti (20 September 1977) . Dominica (18 December 1978) . Dominican Republic (24 October 1945) . E. Ecuador (21 December 1945) . Egypt (24 October 1945) . El Salvador (24 October 1945) . Equatorial Guinea (12 November 1968) . Eritrea (28 May 1993) . Estonia (17 September 1991) . Ethiopia (13 November 1945) . F. Fiji (13 October 1970) . Finland (14 December 1955) . France (24 October 1945) . G. Gabon (20 September 1960) . Gambia (21 September 1965) . Georgia (31 July 1992) . Germany (18 September 1973) . Ghana (8 March 1957) . Greece (25 October 1945) . Grenada (17 September 1974) . Guatemala (21 November 1945) . Guinea (12 December 1958) . Guinea-Bissau (17 September 1974) . Guyana (20 September 1966) . H. Haiti (24 October 1945) . Honduras (17 December 1945) . Hungary (14 December 1955) . I. Iceland (19 November 1946) . India (30 October 1945) . Indonesia (28 September 1950) . Iran, Islamic Republic of... (24 October 1945) . Iraq (21 December 1945) . Ireland (14 December 1955) . Israel (11 May 1949) . Italy (14 December 1955) . J. Jamaica (18 September 1962) . Japan (18 December 1956) . Jordan (14 December 1955) . K. Kazakhstan (2 March 1992) . Kenya (16 December 1963) . Kiribati (14 September 1999) . Kuwait (14 May 1963) . Kyrgyzstan (2 March 1992) . L. Lao People's Democratic Republic (14 December 1955) . Latvia (17 September 1991) . Lebanon (24 October 1945) . Lesotho (17 October 1966) . Liberia (2 November 1945) . Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (14 December 1955) . Liechtenstein (18 September 1990) . Lithuania (17 September 1991) . Luxembourg (24 October 1945) . M. Madagascar (20 September 1960) . Malawi (1 December 1964) . Malaysia (17 September 1957) . Maldives (21 September 1965) . Mali (28 September 1960) . Malta (1 December 1964) . Marshall Islands (17 September 1991) . Mauritania (27 October 1961) . Mauritius (24 April 1968) . Mexico (7 November 1945) . Micronesia, Federated States of... (17 September 1991) . Monaco (28 May 1993) . Mongolia (27 October 1961) . Montenegro (28 June 2006) . Morocco (12 November 1956) . Mozambique (16 September 1975) . Myanmar (19 April 1948) . N. Namibia (23 April 1990) . Nauru (14 September 1999) . Nepal (14 December 1955) . Netherlands (10 December 1945) . New Zealand (24 October 1945) . Nicaragua (24 October 1945) . Niger (20 September 1960) . Nigeria (7 October 1960) . Norway (27 November 1945) . O. Oman (7 October 1971) . P. Pakistan (30 September 1947) . Palau (15 December 1994) . Panama (13 November 1945) . Papua New Guinea (10 October 1975) . Paraguay (24 October 1945) . Peru (31 October 1945) . Philippines (24 October 1945) . Poland (24 October 1945) . Portugal (14 December 1955) . Q. Qatar (21 September 1971) . R. Republic of Korea (17 September 1991) . Republic of Moldova (2 March 1992) . Romania (14 December 1955) . Russian Federation (24 October 1945) . Rwanda (18 September 1962) . S. Saint Kitts and Nevis (23 September 1983) . Saint Lucia (18 September 1979) . Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (16 September 1980) . Samoa (15 December 1976) . San Marino (2 March 1992) . Sao Tome and Principe (16 September 1975) . Saudi Arabia (24 October 1945) . Senegal (28 September 1960) . Serbia (1 November 2000) . Seychelles (21 September 1976) . Sierra Leone (27 September 1961) . Singapore (21 September 1965) . Slovakia (19 January 1993) . Slovenia (22 May 1992) . Solomon Islands (19 September 1978) . Somalia (20 September 1960) . South Africa (7 November 1945) . Spain (14 December 1955) . Sri Lanka (14 December 1955) . Sudan (12 November 1956) . Suriname (4 December 1975) . Swaziland (24 September 1968) . Sweden (19 November 1946) . Switzerland (10 September 2002) . Syrian Arab Republic (24 October 1945) . T. Tajikistan (2 March 1992) . Thailand (16 December 1946) . The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (8 April 1993) . Timor-Leste (27 September 2002) . Togo (20 September 1960) . Tonga (14 September 1999) . Trinidad and Tobago (18 September 1962) . Tunisia (12 November 1956) . Turkey (24 October 1945) . Turkmenistan (2 March 1992) . Tuvalu (5 September 2000) . U. Uganda (25 October 1962) . Ukraine (24 October 1945) . United Arab Emirates (9 December 1971) . United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (24 October 1945) . United Republic of Tanzania (14 December 1961) . United States of America (24 October 1945) . Uruguay (18 December 1945) . Uzbekistan (2 March 1992) . V. Vanuatu (15 September 1981) . Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of... (15 November 1945) . Viet Nam (20 September 1977) . Y. Yemen (30 September 1947) . Z. Zambia (1 December 1964) . http://www.un.org/members/list.shtml. Zimbabwe (25 August 1980) . A. Afghanistan (19 November 1946) . Albania (14 December 1955) . Algeria (8 October 1962) . Andorra (28 July 1993) . Angola (1 December 1976) . Antigua and Barbuda (11 November 1981) . Argentina (24 October 1945) . Armenia (2 March 1992) . Australia (1 November 1945) . Austria (14 December 1955) . Azerbaijan (2 March 1992) . B. Bahamas (18 September 1973) . Bahrain (21 September 1971) . Bangladesh (17 September 1974) . Barbados (9 December 1966) . Belarus (24 October 1945) . Belgium (27 December 1945) . Belize (25 September 1981) . Benin (20 September 1960) . Bhutan (21 September 1971) . Bolivia (14 November 1945) . Bosnia and Herzegovina (22 May 1992) . Botswana (17 October 1966) . Brazil (24 October 1945) . Brunei Darussalam (21 September 1984) . Bulgaria (14 December 1955) . Burkina Faso (20 September 1960) . Burundi (18 September 1962) . C. Cambodia (14 December 1955) . Cameroon (20 September 1960) . Canada (9 November 1945) . Cape Verde (16 September 1975) . Central African Republic (20 September 1960) . Chad (20 September 1960) . Chile (24 October 1945) . China (24 October 1945) . Colombia (5 November 1945) . Comoros (12 November 1975) . Congo, Republic of the... (20 September 1960) . Costa Rica (2 November 1945) . Côte d'Ivoire (20 September 1960) . Croatia (22 May 1992) . Cuba (24 October 1945) . Cyprus (20 September 1960) . Czech Republic (19 January 1993) . D. Democratic People's Republic of Korea (17 September 1991) . Democratic Republic of the Congo (20 September 1960) . Denmark (24 October 1945) . Djibouti (20 September 1977) . Dominica (18 December 1978) . Dominican Republic (24 October 1945) . E. Ecuador (21 December 1945) . Egypt (24 October 1945) . El Salvador (24 October 1945) . Equatorial Guinea (12 November 1968) . Eritrea (28 May 1993) . Estonia (17 September 1991) . Ethiopia (13 November 1945) . F. Fiji (13 October 1970) . Finland (14 December 1955) . France (24 October 1945) . G. Gabon (20 September 1960) . Gambia (21 September 1965) . Georgia (31 July 1992) . Germany (18 September 1973) . Ghana (8 March 1957) . Greece (25 October 1945) . Grenada (17 September 1974) . Guatemala (21 November 1945) . Guinea (12 December 1958) . Guinea-Bissau (17 September 1974) . Guyana (20 September 1966) . H. Haiti (24 October 1945) . Honduras (17 December 1945) . Hungary (14 December 1955) . I. Iceland (19 November 1946) . 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Kosovo is a republic of what?

Kosovo is Republic of two million ethnic Albanians. Before it was known as "Kosovo i mehohija" from Serbian historic records. In ancient times, Kosovo was part of Illyria (illyrians-forefathers of today's Albanians) known as Dardania.

Why did kosovo get its independence?

Kosovo became independent because its Albanian government installed by the USA and NATO after the war decided it wanted to be independent from Serbia despite UN resolutions opposing this, the opposition of the Serbian minority in Kosovo and the opposition of Serbia, many surrounding countries and other countries in the European Union. Its independence is recognized by barely a quarter of countries around the world.

Where was the UN?

this is the main office of UN: United Nations United Nations New York, NY 10017 NY Tel. 212-963-1234 Fax 212-963-3133

Is kosovo Albania?

Yes, complete Albania. They are same people, same blood, same everything. They speak same language and everything. Just like Oregon and Washington, are they different?

What is kosovo a republic of?

Kosovo is today mostly controlled by KLA or Kosovo Liberation Army.KLA is an albanian terrorist group, today supported by US and NATO,based on religious and ethnic hatred towards Serbs and Greeks, andhas on many occasions committed genocide against those ethnicgroups. When in 1998 Serbian Armed Forces attempted to attack the KLA whowere at that point harassing and slaughtering both Serbs andAlbanians in Kosovo, NATO bombed the Republic of Serbia. Eventually the Armed Forces had to retreat from Kosovo as thebombings were intentionally killing civilians. In 2008 Kosovo declared independence, which was supported by mostcountries of NATO, but rejected as illegal by most world nations.China, Brazil and Russia strongly opposed the US support to aterrorist group, and a few days later Russian Armed Forces arrivedto Kosovo, pushing the UN and US "peace forces" to leave mostsections of Kosovo. Today the question of Kosovo remainsunresolved, but it does not, and will never have independence.

What does Albania have to do with kosovo?

The Albanian government supported and continues to support the KLA terrorist organization in Kosovo, now renamed to Kosovo Police. Albania has the intention of taking Kosovo from Serbia, as part of the idea of a "Great Albania". Weapons used by the Kosovo Liberation Army were supplied by Albania, and organs removed from Serbs kidnapped by KLA are transfered trough Albania to Turkey. Hashim Taci, the prime minister of the illegal state of Kosovo, is a member of the KLA and in close ties with the Albanian mafia and government. Kosovo and albania have the same language and the same origins,but kosovo was seperated by albania form the serbs,wich inslaved us and killed and masacerd our population they even make it ilegal to learn in albanian language but that changed when kosovo was libereated,with the help of NATO not only the albanians and kosovo was announced as a sorvan and democratic state.p.s i corrected this anwser becuse of the truth beeing hidden probabaly by a serb.Bye and Thank you America and Albania(Kosovo citticen).

Who votes in Kosovo?

everyone who wants to vote u must be resident of kosovo (kosovan nationality) u must be 18 + years old

Is Kosovo a good country to visit?

Yes, Kosovo can be very appealing to a person. However, it all comes down to your own opinion. You should read about Kosovo and its attractions and if it appeals to you, then go for it.

Who were affected by the Kosovo genocide?

Slobodan Miloševic targeted Muslims living in Kosovo, Many werekilled and buried in mass graves. 863,000 people were expelled fromtheir homes by Serbia. About 10,000 were killed.

Where do you have un?

The main office of the United Nations is in New York. It also has offices in Geneva.

Who Was The First President Of Kosovo?

The First President Of Kosovo ever (Before Their Independence In 2008) Was Ibrahim Rugova Who Unfortunately Lost His Life In 2006 And Was Taken Over By Fatmir Sejdiu Who Resigned In September 2010. Mr Sejdiu Is Actually Kosovo's First President (Since Independence)

Why do you have a un?

Un/une in French serves the same purpose as a/an in English. It is to indicate that there is one of a particular object. "Un" is used for masculine nouns, such as "Un chat" (a cat), whilst "Une" is used for feminine nouns, such as "Une télévision" (a teevision). In English it is not the same, as we use a/an depending on what letter is at the beginning of the following word. We would use an "a" if the following letter is a consonant, such as "A guitar". An "an" would be used if the following letter is a vowel (or in some cases, an "h" or a "y"). Example: "An egg", "An historian". The French un/une serves the same purpose as the English a/an, although the French language version has genders.

Why is the Battle of Kosovo important?

Battle of Kosovo field has only importance for Serbian people and it is a folklore...During 14th century Otomanic empire was trying to conquer all Europe...Turks the leading nation in Otoman Empire had made its eye on Byzantia and wanted to take its tresure. On the 28th of June 1389 Serbian army and Turkish had fought, and the both sides lost their rulers...Only problem for Serbs was that the Empire created by Emperor Dushan who has died by sugested poissonig because he wanted to lead Crusade against the Turks with help of Pope, and Serbian nobleman with help of Ortodox church killed this great ruler thinking he wanted to make Serbia Catolic religion, and empire was dying...Dushan was killed before Kosovo battle. Afther Kosovo battle Serbian Empire slowly was conquered by Turks, and Serbian people was in bondage for five centuries as many Balkan people, the Greeks, the Bulgarians etc etc...Turkish Otoman empire was harsh to conquered people...In Serbina people there is story about it in a form of Epic poem.Serbs think that Kosovo battle is a form of Serbian Golgotha and a form of martyrdom due to great influence of Ortodox church...But if you don't look nationalistic or religion form of story, Kosovo battle was important for slowing down the Turks from conquering the rest of Europe and was one of major battles in war of christian Europe against Otomanic empire, and also was preface of Battle of Vienna when Turks was finally stoped...

What are kosovo allies?

Kosovos main allies are most of European countries, like Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Swiss, Austria, etc, exuding Greece, Spain. Also US, Canada, Australia, Japan are main allies to Kosovo

What is the telephone country code for Kosovo?

Kosovo has not yet been assigned its own separate telephone countrycode. Landline numbers continue to use Serbia's country code +381 , with area codes 28, 29, 38, and 39. Mobilenumbers from Kosovo use country codes +377 (Monaco) and +386(Slovenia) on an interim basis. (The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSMmobile phone, you can enter the number in full internationalformat, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00 , but NorthAmerica (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011 , Japan uses 010 , Australia uses 0011 , and manyother countries use different prefixes.)

What is the longest river in kosovo?

what is the longest river in kosova The Drini i Bardhë (White Drin) is 122km long. It flows through Albania and out into the Adriatic Sea.

What are the enemies of kosovo?

The enemies of Kosovo are primarily the KLA terrorists, the Albanian government and their supporters. The KLA has effectively occupied the Serbian land of Kosovo, terrorizing both the Albanian and non-Albanian population. At this point the Kosovo Police, a group of KLA, has established presence in most parts of Kosovo. Serbian Gendarmerie still patrols the regions borders, in order to stop any attemt of KLA to overrun Serbia.

Where is the kosovo embassy in U A E?

Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia on 17 February 2008 and the United Arab Emirates recognised it on 14 October 2008. Kosovo plans to open an embassy in the UAE. On 27 April 2010, the United Arab Emirates designated Khalid Khalifa Al-Mualla, who is the Emirati ambassador to Turkey, as its non-resident ambassador to Kosovo.

What is the relationship with Serbia and Kosovo?

Kosovo is the province of Serbia,like Bavaria is the province of Germany. Kosovo is still a part of Serbia, but Albanians from Kosovo want Kosovo to become a republic...This problem started during 80's and 90's of XX century...At begining there were equal Serbs and Albanians on Kosovo, but Albanians started buying land from Serbians, and gave them much more money than in reality the land costs...So many Serbs left Kosovo to live in capitol Belgrade...When Serbian population fell off Albanians started attacking some Serbs in minority, and they had support of US and NATO...Today tensions are big, since Kosovars, or Kosovo Albanians want etnic clean Kosovo from Serbs...Problem for Serbs is they don't look in reality, they think of Kosovo as Holy land or Serbian Jerusalem, becuse there was battle between Turks and Serbs in Middle ages, that was begining of destruction of Serbian Medevill state, while for Albanians Kosovo is strategic important...That tension did not existed during Yugoslavia, but started when Yugoslavia broke apart, with revision of nationalism in every state of former country...Problem that nobody looks is, for Serbians Kosovo should not be important as Holy land, but as a land where part of their people live, a living people, and Albanians should not be so agresive and secesionistic...They all should live normal lives...

Is Kosovo Albania or Serbia?

The Republic of Kosova was a self-declared state proclaimed in 1990by the assembly of Kosovo. It was recognized only by the Republicof Albania. During its peak, it tried to establish its own parallelpolitical institutions in opposition to the institutions of theAutonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija installed by theRepublic of Serbia.

When did the Kosovo war take place?

The Kosovo war lasted from 28 February, 1998 until 11 June, 1999. It was an armed conflict in Kosovo and involved a rebel group fighting with NATO and Yugoslavia forces.

Why does Kosovo not belong to the UN?

They're not unilaterally recognized by a sovereign nation,including one of the big players in the United Nations (Russia),meaning that Russia has the power to block their admittance intothe UN.