Kosovo is a free country and contested domain in the central Balkans. After a long and frequently brutal debate with Serbia, Kosovo announced autonomy in February 2008. Starting at 2019, 116 UN states perceive this, and the Republic of Kosovo has turned into a part nation of the IMF and World Bank, regardless of overwhelming Serbian resistance. Kosovo, however a secular republic, is to a great extent Albanian-talking and Muslim yet there are likewise critical quantities of minorities living inside its fringes, particularly Serbs. Kosovo's far north, alongside two little districts somewhere else, have a Serb lion's share and are under nearby control. Kosovo fringes Albania toward the west, Montenegro toward the north west, North Macedonia toward the south, and Serbia (from its viewpoint) toward the north east; the last wilderness is seen by Serbia similar to an inner limit isolating Kosovo (as an inside territory) with Central Serbia.