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Battles for Plav and Gusinje
Date9 October 1879 – 8 January 1880
Location
Result Albanian victory
Belligerents
League of Prizren Principality of Montenegro
Commanders and leaders
Ali Pasha of Gusinje
Baca Kurti
Jakup Ferri 
Haxhi Zeka
Ahmet Zenel Gjonbalaj
Cel Shabani
Mic Sokoli
Sali Jaha
Çun Mula
Haxhi Mulla Jaha
Kadri Bajri (Commander of Rugova forces)
Myrtez-aga Batusha (Commander of Reka forces)
Haxhi Brahimi (Bajraktar of Gashi) 
Isuf Karna (Bajraktar of Krasniqi)
Omer Bashulaj  
Husein-beg Rexhepagaj
Bilal-aga Shehu
Arif Bashi 
Marko Miljanov
Todor Miljanov Vuković
Miljan Vukov Vešović
priest Đoko
Units involved
Albanian irregulars Moračani battalion
Bratonožići battalion
Kuči battalion
Vasojevići battalion
Strength
10,000–20,000 10,000–20,000
Casualties and losses
more than 649 irregulars killed more than 2,000 soldiers killed

The Battles for Plav and Gusinje were armed conflicts between the Principality of Montenegro and the League of Prizren (supported by the Ottoman Empire) that broke out following the decision of the Congress of Berlin (1878) that the territories of Plav and Gusinje (part of former Scutari Vilayet) be ceded to Montenegro. The conflicts took place in this territory between 9 October 1879 and 8 January 1880. The following battles were fought:

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