DOCUMENT TO ACHIEVE PEACE IN KOSOVO
The goals of the negotiations are:
The negotiations will be held between the Serbian authorities, Albanian
representatives, NATO-representatives and representatives of the United Nations (UN).
The negotiations will be held in Geneva (Switzerland).
The development of the negotiations will be reported in a continuous way to the Counsel of Security of the UN and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
The OSCE will deliver an appropriate number of verifiers which observes and monitors all peace-treaty agreements. Their findings will be reported to all parties concerned.
All refugees are allowed to return unconditionally.
For this return a good plan, including unimpeded delivery of humanitarian aid, must be developed immediately and controlled by the UNHCR in assistance with relevant organisations of all parties involved.
This plan of repatriation includes the Kosovar refugees of world war II, which were not allowed to return by the former communist regime. Based on voluntary return, they must be allowed to settle in Kosovo.
The humanitarian aid includes all necessary help to the Serbian people regarding the consequences of the actions by NATO.
NATO will stop bombing immediately.
Serbian military forces and paramilitary forces in Kosovo will cease all activities immediately.
The UCK (KLA) will cease all activities immediately.
Serbian military forces and paramilitary forces will be withdrawn within one week out of Kosovo, the moment a peace-force arrives.
A special military unit is allowed to stay to secure the border of Kosovo. The size of this unit is part of the negotiations and the unit must cooperate with a peace-force.
A special local police-force is allowed to stay to assist a peace-force to enforce the law.
The UCK (KLA) will be dismantled and must hand over their weapons to a peace-force
Serbia will point out two countries which will deliver 50% of a military peace-force.
NATO will point out two countries which did not participate on the bombing and which will deliver 50% of a military peace-force.
All four countries which deliver the peace-force must agree on the outcome of the negotiations by the parties involved, which includes the duration and tasks of the peace-force.
The command-structure of the peace-force is based on democratic principles usual within multinational military environments.
The main tasks of the peace-force are:
The present military sanctions will be part of the negotiations.
The negotiations must al least contain:
NATO countries will pay the damage caused by bombs to civil buildings and infrastructure in Serbia, Kosovo and Montenegro.
Serbia will pay the damage caused by destruction of towns and villages in Kosovo.
An international consortium of construction and building companies must carry out the reconstruction of Serbia including Kosovo.
The process of reconstruction will be monitored by the OSCE.
The general assembly of the United Nations will vote about the ending of the economic sanctions to Serbia within 4 weeks after the peace-treaty is signed.
Kosovo becomes an autonomous region of the sovereign republic of Serbia.
The UN will install an interim administration to carry out all public regional governmental tasks. This administration will be assisted by former local authorities.
After the regional elections in Kosovo the interim administration will hand over their responsibilities in accordance with an agreed schedule.
On regional level, Kosovo will have the same status and rights as Vojvodina
Special rights for the Kosovo region, as freedom of language on schools, must be negotiated.
The Serbia Congress will point out a date, which is scheduled one year after the peace-treaty is signed, on which democratic presidential and governmental elections in Serbia will be held.
The elections will be monitored by the OSCE.
Regional elections in Kosovo will be held between 6 and 12 months after the national elections and will be carried out by the interim government and controlled by the peace-force (safety) and the OSCE (verification).
The interim administration and the peace-force will work out a plan to hand over the military and police responsibilities to governmental and local Serbian and Kosovar authorities.
This plan (see 30) must be agreed by the parties involved and ratified by the security counsel of the UN. Special attention must be given to drug-trade related problems in the region.
A counsel of "wise man" of all present states of ex-Yugoslavia will be installed to investigate all present problems in the region and will draw up recommendations, which will be handed over to the governments concerned and the security counsel of the UN.
This counsel will be assisted by a special committee installed by the OSCE.
Persons who committed crimes of war confirming the convention of Geneva, will be handed over to the court of "International Criminal Tribunal of former Yugoslavia".
A special international court will be installed to investigate the actions of NATO regarding the international law and the possible usage of forbidden weapons.
The findings and conclusions of this court will be discussed within the general assembly of the United Nations in perspective of the Charter of the United Nations.
All media in Serbia must become independent organisations.
A plan of the process to independence will be developed and monitored by the OSCE in accordance with the organisations concerned and an international organisation with relevant expertise.
THIS DOCUMENT DOES NOT TO PRETEND TO BE COMPLETE OR TO IMPOSE RULES BUT IS A REASONABLE
RECOMMENDATION TO ALL RESPONSABLE AUTHORITIES TO START NEGOTIATIONS INSTEAD OF WAR.
Yes, I support these recommendation to achieve peace: