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ShakataGaNai Talk 03:17, 3 June 2008 (UTC)

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Image you reverted is located in its default name, File:Map Serbia Blank (without Kosovo).png. Please, don't revert File:Map Serbia Blank .png anymore, as new/old image was created in order to stop edit warring. Fact that image of Serbia is without Kosovo, despite Serbias constitution must be mentioned in image's name, as you may see in other similar images. Thanks in advance. All best! --WhiteWriter speaks 15:29, 29 May 2011 (UTC)

From 17 of February 2008, for only minority of the world Kosovo is not part of Serbia. As Wikipedia is international project, and not just Croatian nor Bosnian, NPOV (neutral point of view) is leading guideline. And that is not even my idea, i am just following wikipedia consensus regarding that question. WP:ARBMAC solution already solved that question. --WhiteWriter speaks 12:29, 31 May 2011 (UTC)
I understand you POV, but do you understand that majority of the world didn't recognised Kosovo? Far more the 70 and so. What about their attitudes? Their views? For them, Kosovo is still at least officially part of Serbia. Do you understand that ALL VIEWS MUST BE PRESENTED on wikipedia? Also, stop writing my nationality on wikipedia, as that may be regarded as ethnic personal attack. Comment on the content, and not on the contributor. --WhiteWriter speaks 16:03, 31 May 2011 (UTC)
What are you talking about? Knin? What Knin? That is completely unrelated to this subject. Serbia is recognized within its borders by EVERY UN member state. In 2008, RoK proclaimed self-declared independence. As for now, only 75 out of 192 (39%) members recognized that move and Kosovo as independent. For the rest, Kosovo is part of Serbia. You present only your view! That is violation of basic wiki guideline. We dont know how will this end, but for the MAJORITY OF THE WORLD, in the reality, in the real world, now, and for Bosnia and Hercegovina also, Kosovo is part of Serbia. That is undisputed fact, that should be presented, despite your personal opinion. --WhiteWriter speaks 19:38, 31 May 2011 (UTC)
I don't understand why, but it seems that you don't hear (read) my posts... Serbia, "with Knin, Republika Srpska and other integral parts of Serbia" was NEVER OFFICIALLY recognized by any state, and by that, it is not relevant to us. Russia never officially claimed Alaska after they sold it to US. Alaska is officially part of US. Kosovo is officially part of Serbia for the majority of the world! Do you agree with this? --WhiteWriter speaks 11:57, 2 June 2011 (UTC)
And if we put Serbia a side, what about only 75 out of 192 (39%) UN members? --WhiteWriter speaks 12:52, 2 June 2011 (UTC)
Please, respond to this crucial question... --WhiteWriter speaks 09:39, 5 June 2011 (UTC)
I didn't know that some countries are more important then others? And what about Russia, China, UN? Democratic majority of the world? Only relevant question is that all views must be included, not just view of the minority... --WhiteWriter speaks 18:47, 6 June 2011 (UTC)
No, that is not true. You don't want to hear the fact that, so called POV is relevant for the VAST MAJORITY OF THE WORLD, that by democratic right include Serbia, and Bosnia and Hercegovina. That is undisputed fact, no matter what. If some country didn't recognize Kosovo as independent, per that their attitude toward the situation is clear as fact. Just see article Kosovo, on en wiki, and you will see for your self how neutral article should look like regarding this subject. --WhiteWriter speaks 12:57, 7 June 2011 (UTC)