Der Kosovo hat immer noch keine Telefon Code – Kosovo can’t obtain country code

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Kouchner hat bekanntlich in einem Korruptions Geschäft, die Sache mit Alcatel und Monaco gedreht.

Dies zu den angeblichen Freunden des Kosovo, welche wie vor allem die US Verbrecher Banden, rund um den Lobby Verein NAAC, US Senator Eliot Engel nur ihre privaten Profite aus der Privatisierung machen wollen.

Geschäfts Grundlage ist die Geldwäsche u.a. aus dem Drogenhandel, wo dann Mercedes, Telekom, Siemens, Thyssen, Alcatel, US Firmen wie Bechtel usw.. profitieren, denn das ist die einzige Wirtschafts Grundlage der Gangster Kartelle im Kosovo. Ansonsten lebt man von Raubzügen nach Europa und in die Nachbar Länder, was die Tradition ist.

Kosovo can’t obtain country code
31/10/2011
The International Telecommunication Union cannot give Kosovo a country code until it clears a key hurdle.

By Linda Karadaku for Southeast European Times in Pristina — 31/10/11

photoKosovars use Monaco and Slovenia’s country codes for their mobile phones. [Reuters]

Kosovo must become a UN member, or reach an agreement with Serbia, before it will be given its own country phone code.

Sanjay Acharya, spokesperson for the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), which is in charge of dealing with the issue, says after a country becomes a UN member, it then becomes an ITU member. Following that, technical procedures to assign a country code can begin.

Acharya told SETimes that „the real question is UN membership“, adding „[The procedure] has to be the same for every country.“

But the issue is not all that easy. In 2005, the UNMIK administration in Kosovo asked the ITU to give Kosovo a commercial phone code.

But the ITU did not approve the request, and Kosovo continues to use Serbia’s 381 country code.

The issue is now part of the EU-mediated talks between Kosovo and Serbia.

„The issue of telecommunications is still without agreement … it will continue to be discussed in the other rounds of technical dialogue,“ Dren Zeka, senior adviser to the head of the Kosovo team in the dialogue, Edita Tahiri, told SETimes.

Zeka explains that because Kosovo is not an ITU member, it uses codes of other countries. „Even though, as a former federal unit of the former Yugoslavia, a phone code had been reserved for it, Serbia has always hindered [the process], denying this right to Kosovo,“ Zeka told SETimes.

The initial positions of Kosovo and Serbia have not been „very close on this issue“, Zeka said. EU mediator Robert Cooper has come out with a draft proposal, which is being analysed. „We have accepted most of that proposal, with some minor suggestions,“ Zeka said.

The government says that the absence of a country code may hinder Kosovo’s economic development.

Having found it impossible to get the code, Kosovo now uses three codes — Serbia’s code for landlines, Monaco’s code for the Vala operator and Slovenia’s code for IPKO.

Vala pays 15m euros annually in rent to Monaco for the usage.

„A solution should be found by any means. Kosovo should have a legal code or a stable agreement with Serbia,“ Pristina economic analyst Ibrahim Rexhepi toldSETimes.

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http://setimes.com/cocoon/setimes/xhtml/en_GB/features/setimes/features/2011/10/31/feature-04

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