Growing up in Kosovo: I’ve never met a Serbian
Media playback is unsupported on your device
Video

Albanians and Serbs remain divided after the War

The war between Kosovo and Serbia ended 20 years ago, but the conflict has never been properly resolved. In parts of Kosovo, people from either side of the conflict still don't mix.

Can the generation born after the war ever find a way to live together?

20-year-old Arian has never even spoken to a Serb. After some hesitation, he has agreed to meet 16-year-old Selena on the bridge that separates his community from hers.

Film by BBC Scotland's The Nine.

This film is part of #CrossingDivides - a BBC season bringing people together. For more stories like this go to bbc.co.uk/crossingdivides

Reporter: Jean Mackenzie

Producer: Sara Monetta

Camera and editor: Andy Smythe

Commissioning Editor: Kimberley Rowell

  • 18 Sep 2019