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'If Spain can fight for its Catalan concept, then we can also fight Serbs for our country,' quoted Novosti's government newspaper in Belgrade Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic. He called for an international conference to resolve the decade-old problem with Kosovo.
The almost exclusively Albanians inhabited Kosovo separated from Serbia almost 10 years ago and is now recognized as independent country by about 110 states, including the United States, Belgium and the Netherlands. Spain did not recognize Kosovo either. Serbia does not accept international recognition and claims its former province.
In 1999, NATO bombings forced Serb militia to withdraw from Kosovo. Previously, Serbs had serious violence around 800,000 Albanians expelled the country. The EU has been trying to mediate between Serbia and Kosovo in vain for many years.