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  1. sk.wikipedia.org › wiki › KosovoKosovo – Wikipédia

    Kosovo (albán. Republika e Kosovës, srb. Република Косово, Republika Kosovo) je čiastočne uznaný štát na Balkánskom polostrove. Úradnými jazykmi v Kosove sú podľa článku 5 kosovskej ústavy albánčina a srbčina; turečtina, bosniačtina a rómčina majú štatút úradných jazykov na komunálnej úrovni, resp. ich používanie bude ďalej upravené ...

  2. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kosovo_ForceKosovo Force - Wikipedia

    Mappa dei settori KFOR, 2002 KFOR Tasks Forces, 2006 Stemma della missione tedesca. La Kosovo Force (KFOR) è una forza militare internazionale guidata dalla NATO, responsabile di ristabilire l'ordine e la pace in Kosovo (in serbo Косово и Метохија / Kosovo i Metohija), regione amministrata dall'ONU che ha dichiarato unilateralmente la propria indipendenza dalla Serbia il 17 ...

  3. The Kosovo offensive (Bulgarian: Косовска настъпателна операция, German: Verfolgungskämpfe im Kosovo) was an offensive launched part of the greater Serbian campaign of World War I, by German, Austro-Hungarian, and Bulgarian units under the command of Prussian Field Marshal Mackensen.

  4. Le Kosovo a déclaré unilatéralement son indépendance en 2008. Au sens de la loi, l'indépendance du jeune Etat est légale bien que la Serbie ne l'entend pas de cette oreille. Elle utilise notamment l'argument de la résolution 1244 de l'ONU. Malgré cette résolution, le Tribunal international a jugé l'indépendance du Kosovo légale.

  5. The European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo, known as EULEX Kosovo or simply as EULEX, is the largest civilian mission ever launched under the Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP) of the European Union. EULEX supports selected Kosovo rule of law institutions on their path towards increased effectiveness, sustainability, multi ...

  6. OSCE: Kosovo/Kosova - As Seen, As Told, 1999; Under Orders: War Crimes in Kosovo (Human Right Watch) ICTY: Indictment of Milutinović et al., "Kosovo", September 5 2002; Report of the UN Secretary-General, January 31, 1999; Photographic Evidence of Kosovo Genocide and Conflict; SERBIAN MASSACRES BEFORE NATO AIRSTRIKES; Kosovo Genocide: Massacres

  7. The mountain range in Kosovo is divided into three main zones:The zone of Ljuboten and Brezovica, the central zone of Prizren and the zone of Opoja and Gora. The mountains border the Kosovo Plain to the north-east and the Metohia Valley in the northwest. Kosovo consists of the most eastern tip and the most northern part of the mountain ridge.

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