SKOPJE, Dec 7 (AFP) - A majority
of the refugees holed up in Macedonia's last camp for evacuees from Kosovo
are refusing to return to their native land, UN officials announced Tuesday.
"We've got a problem because a large
number of the refugees want to stay in the camp," said Goran Momirovski,
a spokesman for the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), adding that many are determined
to be transferred to other countries.
Around 1,250 refugees from Kosovo, mostly
ethnic Albanian, are still living in Stenkovec II, the only camp created