Public Forum: The Independence of Kosovo

The Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG) and 
Concordia University Model UN Students’ Association

invite you to

A Public Forum on

The Independence oF Kosovo

You are cordially invited to a public forum on the independence of Kosovo.
As you know, on February 17, 2008, the Serbian province of  Kosovo unilaterally declared
their independence from Serbia without the support of the United Nations Security Council.
Several nations followed suit in immediately recognizing this declaration,
including the Government of Canada which announced its recognition on March 18.

In protest the Serbian government has recalled all of its ambassadors from the nations
which have recognized this independence, including the ambassador to Canada.

The panel will take place May 15, 2008, from 6-10pm at the Library Building of Concordia University.
A panel of speakers will discuss the legal, political and moral implications of this independence.

This issue is of profound importance to the Serbian community, and your  attendance will be noticed and appreciated.  
We thank you in advance for registering in our Guest Book which will enable us to keep you informed about events in Kosovo as they unfold.


Former Ambassador James Bissett 
Major General (ret) Lewis MacKenzie
War Correspondent Scott Taylor
Professor Michel Chossudovsky
Professor Sanil Ram

THURSDAY May 15, 2008


Concordia University
1400 Maisonneuve, Montreal
J. A de Seve Cinema, LB 125 Library Building

Refreshments, including wine and cheese, will be served at the break.

info: [email protected] 

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