It doesn't have to be given. Close to a hundred thousand (or more) Albanian lived in Beograd before those wars and before they were expelled. (either to turkey or kosovo, some even to albania)
Same thing happened all over Serbia, including Nis, which had lots of 90% Albanian majority villages, that were entirely expelled. (ethnic cleansing)
I'll just give you info on the village that my father is from, Svirc (close to Medvegja), on which during the 1950s and 1960s, there were around 5000 Albanians living there and in the late 1960s, almost every family was expelled, including my grandfather with his family (brothers, sisters, etc), and to this day only about a 100 people remain there. We have the paperwork that we own the land, and we have graves there, so at least we didn't lose ties to it. (unlike the people from Nis and Beograd)
Ok this was during Tito's reign, during this reign 100,000 Albanians settled Kosovo.
Tito took the pro-albanian stance to try to persuade Hoxha to unite with Yugoslavia, I doubt anybody would be ethnically cleansed :/
ulf: There was volcano in Italy that shake the plates, and because this area lies on the rift between Eurasian and African tectonic plates it can be felt there. For the same reason earthquake near Crete occured hours ago.
Nov 27, 2019 5:44:22 GMT -5