Dismissing right-wing calls for the festival to be banned, one of the organisers says the message of inter-ethnic dialogue that it promotes is more needed today than ever.
For more than three decades, Fahri Musliu was among the only Kosovar voices reporting from Belgrade. After returning to Prizren, he faced another task: fueling a new political alternative.
Despite an agreement reached years ago to allow Kosovars to fly to and from the Belgrade airport, whether passengers will successfully arrive in Serbia’s capital is a game of chance.
We organized a march from Belgrade’s Republic Square to the site where mass graves were found in order to educate people, to open up the discussion in public about the responsibility of our country for what happened in Kosovo.
The second part of the memoirs of Bekim Fehmiu, the Kosovo-born leading Yugoslav actor, have been translated into Albanian and promoted in Prishtina.