I am jewish, hebrew speaking, and spend a lot of time as a director and actor in Israel. I did 2 productions in Kosovo, traveled there at least 10 times and never met people that are so open to everything jewish and to Israel. In fact they are sad not beeing recognised as a state by Israel. Their beautiful folk music is a mixture of mizrahi and klezmer, and Pristina has some "Tel Aviv like pockets", especially due to young Israelis who opened a café there and handed it over to locals. Summary: that's how you lose friends who propose you a real friendship-and we need friends like that, especially in the balcans...
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from the article: For its own sake, Israel must be the 100th state to recognize Kosovo
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