by Zlatko Bogatinovski/Boris Malagurski/Filip Filipi Janković
We would like to thank everyone who signed our #NoKosovoUnesco petition on iPetitions, as well as all those who have contributed towards spreading the word about the petition on social networks and the media!
We’ve collected over 100,000 signatures is less than 72 hours, submitted the signatures together with a cover letter signed by 28. Jun President Filip Filipi and Serbian-Canadian Filmmaker Boris Malagurski to UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova at UNESCO’s headquarters in Paris and are now aiming at reaching our next goal: 200,000 signatures by the start of UNESCO’s Annual Conference on November 3, 2015, during which a decision will be made on whether Kosovo will be granted UNESCO membership.
Please sign the petition and share with all your friends:
We’re also closely following the events in Montenegro, with the Democratic Front poised to bring down Montenegrin strongman Milo Djukanovic, whose government has supported Kosovo’s bid to become a UNESCO member. We’ve received assurances from the Democratic Front that, if it does come to power, it will not support Kosovo joining UNESCO, considering that it has opposed Montenegro’s recognition of Kosovo when it declared independence.
We would like to thank the democratic opposition in Montenegro for their support and would also like to invite everyone to the big protest against Milo Djukanovic’s government on Saturday, October 24 at 7 PM in Podgorica, as well as to invite everyone to support Montenegro’s movement for change by donating to their cause via their official website.
The struggle to protect our heritage and national interests continues, thank you for being part of it all!
October 23rd, 2015.