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2008 Kosovo declaration of independence: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: [25] Protestors also broke windows of the embassy of ________, the state that controls the EU presidency.
GreeceCroatiaHungarySlovenia

Question 2: Unlike the 1990 Kosovo declaration of independence, which only ________ recognised,[53] Kosovo's second declaration of independence has been recognised by 65 UN member states and the Republic of China (Taiwan).
SerbiaBosnia and HerzegovinaAlbaniaCroatia

Question 3: The declaration of independence was made by members of the Kosovo Assembly meeting in ________, the capital of Kosovo, on 17 February 2008.
BelgradeTiranaSkopjePristina

Question 4: The war ended with Milošević agreeing to allow peacekeepers into Kosovo and hand over its governance to the ________.
Israel, Palestine, and the United NationsUnited Nations Security CouncilUnited NationsUnited Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Question 5: [47] The Serbian division of U.S. Steel, based in ________, had a false bomb threat called in.
Novi SadBelgradeSmederevoBačka Palanka

Question 6: The Albanian negotiators supported the Ahtisaari plan essentially in whole, and the plan gained the backing of the ________ and of the United States.
European UnionDenmarkGermanyEuropean Parliament

Question 7: Vietnam expressed opposition,[65] while ________ reported that it was still studying the situation.
SingaporePhilippinesCanadaMalaysia

Question 8: In ________, two blasts destroyed two Fiat Doblo vans owned by ethnic-Albanian bakers in the coastal city of Pula on 21 February 2008.
TurkeyCroatiaSloveniaHungary

Question 9: Following a request from ________, the United Nations Security Council held an emergency session in the afternoon of 17 February.
MoscowRussian cultureRussiaUnited States

Question 10: When the ________ (SFRY) was established after the war, with Serbia as one of its six constituent republics, Kosovo was made an autonomous region of Serbia.
League of Communists of YugoslaviaSocialist Federal Republic of YugoslaviaBosnia and HerzegovinaJosip Broz Tito
















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