“Association of Amateur Radio Kosova” (Shark) is not admitted to the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU), although Pristina in the campaign, which cost a lot, helped the Dutch, Croat and Finn.
On a recent poll in the IARU, “Republic of Kosovo” has not received the recognition in the world ether, because her admission to the equal membership of the union, which would involve the prerogatives of the state, to prevent Serbian radio amateurs. This confirms Goran Marjanovic, a famous radio amateur from Gornji Milanovac, excellent officer from generation to do.
“The main battle in the ether we made against a group of” amateur radio “rather pirate from several European countries, which are radio-amateur frequencies without permission are working with Kosovo and Metohija. This they wanted to worldwide radio-amateur public bets before fait accompli and extortion reception phantom “Association of Amateur Radio Kosovo” in the International Union of Amateur Radio “says Marjanovic.
“Republic of Kosovo” has made the world a precedent because jr herself awarded the “state” amateur radio prefix “Z6”. He then presented its candidacy for membership in the International Union of Amateur Radio. “After this act, the former leadership of the first regions of the Union, which is otherwise illegal Kosovo this project all the time gave unreserved support, last year in May formally accepted the nomination and, with recommendation to “Association of Amateur Radio Kosovo” to be admitted to membership candidacy forwarded to the International Union of Amateur Radio. Unfortunately for them, the world of amateur radio public voted my conscience, and the reception of this phantom organization lacking. To be clear, this is , sporting terms, the first half, because in the near future we should expect recovery candidacy “Republic of Kosovo” in the International Union of Amateur Radio “says Marjanovic.
Among the officials who were in vain affected to a status of the state in the world’s radio waves were former president of the First IARU Region Hans Blondel Timerman from the Netherlands, member of the Executive Committee of the region Nikola Percin from Croatian and Finn Martti Laine.
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