Kosovo struggles to shake Wild West image among investors

There are 76 comments on the Reuters story from Dec 31, 2012, titled Kosovo struggles to shake Wild West image among investors. In it, Reuters reports that:

When Briton Christopher Gilbert and London-educated Etrur Albani teamed up to dig marble in Albani's native Kosovo, they knew they were taking a gamble.

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albania country of eunuhs

Madliena, Malta

#1 Dec 31, 2012
Ehehehehehehe
eresh

Växjö, Sweden

#2 Dec 31, 2012
don't worry, albanians are in charge! what can go wrong?!
Serbonazis

North Tonawanda, NY

#3 Dec 31, 2012
albania country of eunuhs wrote:
Ehehehehehehe
servian eunuchs
Irish

Dublin, Ireland

#4 Dec 31, 2012
Albanians using their brains.Calling the shots in their own land.Applause for them.Unlike Ireland getting stung and having no power over their own resources.They might well need some help to mine them,But they are playing the game the smart way and not selling their souls to the money grabbers.
Best of luck Kosovo.
N I 4 N I

Sliema, Malta

#5 Dec 31, 2012
So far not much success. It's still known as "wild west of the balkan" lol
Hvosno

Beograd, Serbia

#6 Dec 31, 2012
Wild West cannot be compared to fake kosovA.

Wild West was a civilized place in comparison to fake kosovA

Cowboys were gentlemen in comparison to uncivilized katunari shiptars in fake kosovA.

CCCC
Serbonazis

North Tonawanda, NY

#7 Jan 1, 2013
Hvosno wrote:
Wild West cannot be compared to fake kosovA.
Wild West was a civilized place in comparison to fake kosovA
Cowboys were gentlemen in comparison to uncivilized katunari shiptars in fake kosovA.
CCCC
Fake Kosova exists only and only in your sick servian head. Kosovo is internationally recognized country by USA, and many other countries. Fact that servians must accept!
Sandy hit USA there s God

Madliena, Malta

#8 Jan 1, 2013
Where is Kosovo in UN and other world organizations?

Serbia, Russia, China and others are gonna block it till Kingdom come
Serbonazis

North Tonawanda, NY

#9 Jan 1, 2013
Sandy hit USA there s God wrote:
Where is Kosovo in UN and other world organizations?
Serbia, Russia, China and others are gonna block it till Kingdom come
UN does not decide about USA reciognition of Kosovo. It is simply a matter of USA diplomatic work. UN is an impotent and sterile organization that cannot do much even in Syria at this time.Serbia is good for nothing in comparison to USA. Russia is impotent while China is sterile as all commies were prior to 1991 collapse.
Serbonazis

North Tonawanda, NY

#10 Jan 1, 2013
Kosovo is marching forward with its recognition with USA leading.
Anonymous from Buffalo

Sliema, Malta

#11 Jan 1, 2013
Still ignorant? Well guess what- we all don't give a damn what USA says either.

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#12 Jan 1, 2013
Irish wrote:
Albanians using their brains.Calling the shots in their own land.Applause for them.Unlike Ireland getting stung and having no power over their own resources.They might well need some help to mine them,But they are playing the game the smart way and not selling their souls to the money grabbers.
Best of luck Kosovo.
Thanks ;)
Irish

Dublin, Ireland

#13 Jan 1, 2013
prishtina wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks ;)
You are welcome :)
rio

Beckenham, UK

#14 Jan 1, 2013
Irish wrote:
Albanians using their brains.Calling the shots in their own land.Applause for them.Unlike Ireland getting stung and having no power over their own resources.They might well need some help to mine them,But they are playing the game the smart way and not selling their souls to the money grabbers.
Best of luck Kosovo.
Kosovo isn't Albanian land, but Serbian land.

It's the massive illegal migrations of Albanians from the country next door that created the civil war.
The West took the side of the Muslims because of well-prepared propaganda, and mostly because Milesovic was Serbian leader.

The former Yugoslav communist leader was now Serbia's president; the West wanted to get rid of him by intervening on the side of the KLA, the Muslim insurgents.

We have to thanks the White House for that!

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#15 Jan 1, 2013
rio wrote:
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Kosovo isn't Albanian land, but Serbian land.
It's the massive illegal migrations of Albanians from the country next door that created the civil war.
The West took the side of the Muslims because of well-prepared propaganda, and mostly because Milesovic was Serbian leader.
The former Yugoslav communist leader was now Serbia's president; the West wanted to get rid of him by intervening on the side of the KLA, the Muslim insurgents.
We have to thanks the White House for that!
Your Serbian Genocidal State Propaganda of albanian muslims blla blla is not working since the year 1999.

Now go kiss Some more muslim asses around begging them not to recognize Kosovo!

Since: Mar 07

Prishtina, Kosovo

#16 Jan 1, 2013
Serbia thanks ISlamic nations for not recognizing Kosovo

Serbia's Foreign Minister will participate as an observer in the upcoming Non-Aligned summit in September in Teheran, officials said.
BIRN, Danas Belgrade
Serbia's delegation will be led by the Foreign Minister, Ivan Mrkic, but it is still uncertain whether President Tomislav Nikolic will join the delegation.

Nikolic received an invitation in July from the special envoy of the Iranian President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Seska Stanojlovic, a foreign affairs experts, says attending the meeting in Teheran marks a continuation of the foreign policy of the previous minister, Vuk Jeremic, which centred on blocking international recognition of the independence of the former province of Kosovo.

“To stop further the recognition of Kosovo, Jermic renewed the relationship that former Yugoslavia had with the Non-Aligned Movement.

"We should wait and see the orientation of the new minister, but as far as I see he will continue a policy in which the Non-Aligned Movement is closer to us than the EU,” Stanojlovic said.

Ban Ki Moon, Secretary General of the United Nations, also announced his presence at the meeting, where he aims "to express the concern of the international community over Iran’s nuclear programme, about terrorism and the crisis in Syria”.

“If the UN Secretary General confirmed his presence at the meeting, it is also important for Serbia to be present. But it should be also seen if the European Union will be present,” Ognjen Pribicevic, a political analyst, said.

However, he also believes that Brussels will not hold it against Serbia if it participates in the Iran meeting.

According to Teheran, 100 countries already confirmed their presence at the meeting. It is expected that Russian President Vladimir Putin will be present, as well as Turkish President Abdullah Gul.

The Non-Aligned Movement was founded after the Second World War as a group of states who declined to align themselves with either the Soviet or the US-led blocs. As of 2012, the movement had 120 members and 21 observer countries.

The organization was founded in Belgrade in 1961, and was largely the brainchild of Yugoslavia's president, Josip Broz Tito, India's first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, Egypt's second president, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Ghana's first president Kwame Nkrumah and Indonesia's first president,Sukarno.

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Stern des Sudens

Sliema, Malta

#17 Jan 1, 2013
Majority of them already supported their islamic albanian brothers who managed to win in asskissing race for Kosovo so why bother. No one can beat albos in that :)
rio

Beckenham, UK

#18 Jan 1, 2013
prishtina wrote:
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Your Serbian Genocidal State Propaganda of albanian muslims blla blla is not working since the year 1999.
Now go kiss Some more muslim asses around begging them not to recognize Kosovo!
If they recognise it or not isn't the issue.

The point is that the West (by that I mean the US-led NATO countries) helped a Muslim terrorist insurgency in the heart of Europe and supported the attack against a member state, something that is forbidden by the UN charter.

For an US-lead coalision that pretend to fight a war on terror, this is just another example of double standards.
Irish

Dublin, Ireland

#19 Jan 1, 2013
rio wrote:
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Kosovo isn't Albanian land, but Serbian land.
It's the massive illegal migrations of Albanians from the country next door that created the civil war.
The West took the side of the Muslims because of well-prepared propaganda, and mostly because Milesovic was Serbian leader.
The former Yugoslav communist leader was now Serbia's president; the West wanted to get rid of him by intervening on the side of the KLA, the Muslim insurgents.
We have to thanks the White House for that!
You really dont know history.Go back to school.
Albanians were in majority in Kosovo.Serbians and Albanians lived side by side.Then Serbia interfered and started sacking Albanians and throwing them from their homes and putting Serbians from serbia into the homes of those Albanian people.Then they started murdering the Albanian people. Setting neigbour against neighbour creating propaganda amongst people who once worked alongside and drank together(using the Islamic extremist rubbish as their weapon). You are a brain washed fool.Albanians hate islamic extremists.
Irish

Dublin, Ireland

#20 Jan 1, 2013
N I 4 N I wrote:
So far not much success. It's still known as "wild west of the balkan" lol
Ah all countries got to start somewhere.Ireland used to be same back in the day.They have to find their legs.Ireland was very poor and had very little economy once upon a time.But it took a while after when we got our independence.
Point is they are hard working people with some amazing land resources and will get there.They will be soon be a huge trading partner.

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