Life in Kosovo to discuss relations between Pristina and Belgrade

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In this Friday’s “Life in Kosovo” TV debate guests from Pristina, Belgrade and London will be discussing relations between Kosovo and Serbia, and how they are likely to evolve in the near future.

What is expected to happen during the latest face-to-face negotiations between the two sides? What is going to be the outcome if the diplomatic process should fail? Will there be a new Dayton-style conference for Kosovo? Should the activities of paramilitary groups on either side, such as the public appearance of the ANA and the threats of the Tsar Lazar guard, be taken seriously? What will happen if Kosovo declares its independence unilaterally? Who would recognize it?

To discuss these issues, we will have the following panelists in the studio:

Tim Judah, journalist with “The Economist” and author of the book “Kosovo: War and
Andrej Nosov, President of the Youth Initiative for Human Rights, YIHR;
Petrit Selimi, editor of the diplomatic bulletin “Kosovo Perspectives”;
Vlora Citaku, spokeswoman of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK and MP candidate;
Andrija Igic, journalist of TANJUG

The “Life in Kosovo” show is a co-production of Kosovo’s public service television, RTK, and the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN. It is broadcast every Friday, beginning at 20:15