Kosovo, also the Shared-wealth of Kosovo or Kosova (Albanish: Kosova, Republika e Kosovës) is a land in southeastern Europe. The land is hemmed by Albansland and Macedonland in the south, Serbland in the east and north, and Blackbarrow in the west. Of the 2.4 thousand-thousand dwellers, 92% are Albanish. Prishtina is the headtown (600,000 dwellers) and the rike-aknowledged tongues are Albanish and Serbish. The land set forth its selfhood from Serbland in 2008 and has thus far been acknowledged by 69 folkdoms worldwide. Fatmir Sejdiu is the foresitter.