Its a lot of "what if's" my friend. I'll name a few variables just to give you an idea of how broad this question is.
First of all, is it work IN Kosovo or in Serbia or Albania? It makes a difference. If its IN Serbia then the cooperation is not that bad. Obviously some people are gona be emotional and etc. but I know for sure that the Patriarch is gung-ho about cooperating...but he's a saint.
Same thing goes for IN Albania...you get a little bit different flavor there though cuz the Orthodox Church there is brand spanking new so its totally different.
Second, how is the church supposed to cooperate with helping Albanians in Kosovo? The Kosovars are the ones who are literally blowing up the church in Kosovo....so how is it PHYSICALLY possible, much less emotionally, etc.?? No serbs can enter Kosovo, and even if they can pass the border usually the die within hours of being in Kosovo. So where is the help supposed to come from?
Its not a question of what Serbia wants, although i'm sure we can sit here and provide a few dozen examples of priests or even bishops who would never even look at Albanian much less help him.
The problem is on the Kosovo side and the Albanians there. Even Albanians in Albania have been cooperative.
Even if the Serbian church said tommorrow "we plan on sending unprecedented aid to Kosovo" the Albanians would:
A. never allow it because they don't want Serbs there...period (in one opinion...not mine)
B. never allow it because that would mean more Serbs that they will have to deal with later
- this is a problem because there are a lot of crazies there who will kill these people even if the "government" of Kosovo allows them to be there.
So in the end...the statements and questions are loaded because its a catch 22. You can't go in there, but if you don't you're not considered "cooperative" so...yah.
I hope this enlightens the situation for you.
Me personally, I have no problems with Albanians. Some of the nicest people in the world. But a terrorist is a terrorist. We can call them whatever we want, but at the end of the day, this is why the Serbian church is not there.
Why don't you ask your people if they know whether or not a Serbian church ever existed in Kosovo? And where it is now? I would be interested in hearing their response.