March 8, 2013
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Subject: Request to separate Pristina, Kosovo from the map of Serbia on official Venice Marco Polo Airport’s website.
Digital Kosovo is an initiative supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kosovo, the British Council, and IPKO Foundation. The primary objective of Digital Kosovo is to advance Kosovo’s position in the digital world and, as a result, reduce virtual barriers to travellers to Kosovo and the citizens of Kosovo in web portals around the world.
I would like to draw your attention to your website. At the moment, based on Venice Marco Polo Airport’s website, http://www.veniceairport.com/page/contactus?language=en, Pristina International Airport Adem Jashari is listed as an airport in Pristina, Kosovo. However, Kosovo’s territories are erroneously mapped as a part of Serbia. Pristina is a city in Kosovo and on the map of Kosovo it should be separated from Serbia. We would profoundly appreciate if you would accede to our request for an amendment.
Your supportive response would be of invaluable help to meeting Digital Kosovo objectives.
On behalf of Digital Kosovo and our supporting partners, I thank you and Venice Marco Polo Airport for facilitating the journey of travellers to Kosovo.
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you need further information on this matter.
Digital Kosovo Activist