Interviewer: Good afternoon.
Interviewee: Good afternoon.
Interviewer: I would ask you to introduce yourself if you don’t mind or maybe you want the interview to be anonymous.
Interviewer: I will now ask you a few questions and you if you can give me an answer to them?!
Interviewer: What do you remember in the period before the war in Kosovo? Describe that period to me. How did people live then?
Interviewee: Much better than today.
Interviewer: Were there any tensions or pressures even then?
Interviewee: Well, there was some brawls, there was… It just felt like it wasn’t going to come to … what it was.
Interviewer: Can you describe to me the situation in the period from the 98th to the 99th, meaning the situation during the war?!
Interviewee: Well, it was terrible, bombing, whining, people suffering, and so we were all in the ghetto and that’s it.
Interviewer: Did you feel any pressure during that period?
Interviewee: Well, everyone feels pressure during the war more than in normal life.
Interviewer: Have you ever felt pressured to leave your home, to leave Kosovo?
Interviewee: I didn’t think about it.
Interviewer: Now that the war is a little further behind us, and when we have continued to live in such a situation, how do you live now, and are you afraid of some new situation?
Interviewee: I’m not afraid, I have nothing to be afraid of, but still it is not stable.
Interviewer: Can the war be overcome and left in the past so we continue with normal life in Kosovo?
Interviewee: That would be the smartest and most normal, but it is very difficult to reach for.
Interviewer: If you want to add something else, just go ahead.
Interviewee: Thanks, cheers.
Interviewer: Thank you!