Sejdiu says Kosovo's status is closed case


PRISTINA, Kosovo -- President Fatmir Sejdiu said on Wednesday (October 21st) that the final status of Kosovo must be considered a closed case. He was responding to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, who said during a trip to Belgrade on Tuesday that Moscow supports Serbia's sovereignty and decisions regarding Kosovo. "The wheel of history can neither be stopped nor reversed," said Sejdiu. He reminded Medvedev that Moscow favoured a sustainable solution for peace and stability regarding Kosovo. (Koha Ditore, Zeri, Express - 22/10/09; Klan Kosova, Rtk, Kohavision - 21/10/09)

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