There’s been some speculation lately that violence would ramp up as the final status talks draw closer. You wouldn’t know that in Gjilan. I’m sure that there are elements of the society that believe they can profit from a destabilized environment. I believe that the majority just want to be left alone, have a job, raise their children in relative security and get on with their lives. It is a society, however, that is running out of hope that these things are attainable. Kosovo still needs your prayers
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Conversation: KFOR: No threat of violence when status negotiations start
Subject: KFOR: No threat of violence when status negotiations start
Zëri reports on the front page that KFOR is not planning to increase the number of its troops in Kosovo as there is no serious threat when the negotiations on the final status start.
On the other hand, UNMIK officials think that during the sensitive stage of the comprehensive review by ambassador Kai Eide, there could be people interested in causing violence.
International media have speculated over the last few days that with the launch of status talks, Serb militants in the northern part of Kosovo and supported by nationalists from