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Kosovo’s Opposition Wants Parliament Dissolved

Avdullah Hoti, chief of Kosovo’s biggest parliamentary group, LDK, said Wednesday that most of the scheduled meetings of Parliament’s Committee have failed due to absence of ruling coalition MPs. He urged parties to sit together and agree on dissolution of Parliament. Original post Here

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Court of Appeals confirms acquittal of Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister of war crimes

The Court of Appeal has confirmed on Wednesday the acquittal of Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister, Fatmir Limaj, charged of failing to prevent the killings of two Albanians in 1998, when he was a commander in the Kosovo Liberation Army. Original post Here

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German Ambassador says Berlin supports Kosovo’s membership in Interpol

German Ambassador to Serbia, Thomas Schieb, says Berlin will support Kosovo’s membership in Interpol, because believes that it would contribute to fighting crime. Original post Here

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According to Kremlin, Putin drew attention to Kosovo’s President over Serbia

Russian President Vladimir Putin had a brief conversation with Kosovo President Hashim Thaci in Paris, Kremlin confirmed on Wednesday. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Minister calls on EU to keep its word on visa liberalisation

Kosovo’s Minister of the European Integration, Dhurata Hoxha, called as ‘irrational’ dilemmas of some of the EU members related to visa liberalisation for Kosovo citizens. She said that such dilemmas seriously harm EU’s credibility. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Parliament Speaker to ask Finland's support on visas, Interpol membership

Speaker of Kosovo Parliament, Kadri Veseli, has travelled on Tuesday to Finland as part of his lobbying tour in the EU member countries to get support on visa liberalisation and country’s membership in Interpol. Veseli in Finland is expected to meet highest state officials. Original post Here

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Serbia should support Kosovo’s Interpol membership, says opposition leader

Isa Mustafa, leader of the biggest opposition party in Kosovo, LDK, says it would be good for Serbia to support Kosovo’s membership in Interpol. Original post Here

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Kosovo Parliament urgent session postponed

Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Xhavit Haliti, has decided to call off Tuesday’s extraordinary session of Parliament due to procedural issues. Original post Here

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UN Security Council to discuss Kosovo report tomorrow

The UN Security Council will convene on Wednesday in New York to discuss regular report on Kosovo by the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres despite request of some of the permanent countries the quarterly report on Kosovo be removed from regular agenda. Original post Here

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EP Rapporteur: Apartheid with visas in Kosovo should not be allowed

Member of the European Parliament and rapporteur for Kosovo, Igor Solted, said that “apartheid with visas for Kosovo should not be allowed.” Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Opposition Wants Parliament Dissolved

Avdullah Hoti, chief of Kosovo’s biggest parliamentary group, LDK, said Wednesday that most of the scheduled meetings of Parliament’s Committee have failed due to absence of ruling coalition MPs. He urged parties to sit together and agree on dissolution of Parliament. Original post Here

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Court of Appeals confirms acquittal of Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister of war crimes

The Court of Appeal has confirmed on Wednesday the acquittal of Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister, Fatmir Limaj, charged of failing to prevent the killings of two Albanians in 1998, when he was a commander in the Kosovo Liberation Army. Original post Here

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German Ambassador says Berlin supports Kosovo’s membership in Interpol

German Ambassador to Serbia, Thomas Schieb, says Berlin will support Kosovo’s membership in Interpol, because believes that it would contribute to fighting crime. Original post Here

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According to Kremlin, Putin drew attention to Kosovo’s President over Serbia

Russian President Vladimir Putin had a brief conversation with Kosovo President Hashim Thaci in Paris, Kremlin confirmed on Wednesday. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Minister calls on EU to keep its word on visa liberalisation

Kosovo’s Minister of the European Integration, Dhurata Hoxha, called as ‘irrational’ dilemmas of some of the EU members related to visa liberalisation for Kosovo citizens. She said that such dilemmas seriously harm EU’s credibility. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Parliament Speaker to ask Finland's support on visas, Interpol membership

Speaker of Kosovo Parliament, Kadri Veseli, has travelled on Tuesday to Finland as part of his lobbying tour in the EU member countries to get support on visa liberalisation and country’s membership in Interpol. Veseli in Finland is expected to meet highest state officials. Original post Here

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Serbia should support Kosovo’s Interpol membership, says opposition leader

Isa Mustafa, leader of the biggest opposition party in Kosovo, LDK, says it would be good for Serbia to support Kosovo’s membership in Interpol. Original post Here

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Kosovo Parliament urgent session postponed

Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Xhavit Haliti, has decided to call off Tuesday’s extraordinary session of Parliament due to procedural issues. Original post Here

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UN Security Council to discuss Kosovo report tomorrow

The UN Security Council will convene on Wednesday in New York to discuss regular report on Kosovo by the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres despite request of some of the permanent countries the quarterly report on Kosovo be removed from regular agenda. Original post Here

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EP Rapporteur: Apartheid with visas in Kosovo should not be allowed

Member of the European Parliament and rapporteur for Kosovo, Igor Solted, said that “apartheid with visas for Kosovo should not be allowed.” Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Opposition Wants Parliament Dissolved

Avdullah Hoti, chief of Kosovo’s biggest parliamentary group, LDK, said Wednesday that most of the scheduled meetings of Parliament’s Committee have failed due to absence of ruling coalition MPs. He urged parties to sit together and agree on dissolution of Parliament. Original post Here

News

Court of Appeals confirms acquittal of Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister of war crimes

The Court of Appeal has confirmed on Wednesday the acquittal of Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister, Fatmir Limaj, charged of failing to prevent the killings of two Albanians in 1998, when he was a commander in the Kosovo Liberation Army. Original post Here

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German Ambassador says Berlin supports Kosovo’s membership in Interpol

German Ambassador to Serbia, Thomas Schieb, says Berlin will support Kosovo’s membership in Interpol, because believes that it would contribute to fighting crime. Original post Here

News

According to Kremlin, Putin drew attention to Kosovo’s President over Serbia

Russian President Vladimir Putin had a brief conversation with Kosovo President Hashim Thaci in Paris, Kremlin confirmed on Wednesday. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Minister calls on EU to keep its word on visa liberalisation

Kosovo’s Minister of the European Integration, Dhurata Hoxha, called as ‘irrational’ dilemmas of some of the EU members related to visa liberalisation for Kosovo citizens. She said that such dilemmas seriously harm EU’s credibility. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Parliament Speaker to ask Finland's support on visas, Interpol membership

Speaker of Kosovo Parliament, Kadri Veseli, has travelled on Tuesday to Finland as part of his lobbying tour in the EU member countries to get support on visa liberalisation and country’s membership in Interpol. Veseli in Finland is expected to meet highest state officials. Original post Here

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Serbia should support Kosovo’s Interpol membership, says opposition leader

Isa Mustafa, leader of the biggest opposition party in Kosovo, LDK, says it would be good for Serbia to support Kosovo’s membership in Interpol. Original post Here

News

Kosovo Parliament urgent session postponed

Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Xhavit Haliti, has decided to call off Tuesday’s extraordinary session of Parliament due to procedural issues. Original post Here

News

UN Security Council to discuss Kosovo report tomorrow

The UN Security Council will convene on Wednesday in New York to discuss regular report on Kosovo by the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres despite request of some of the permanent countries the quarterly report on Kosovo be removed from regular agenda. Original post Here

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EP Rapporteur: Apartheid with visas in Kosovo should not be allowed

Member of the European Parliament and rapporteur for Kosovo, Igor Solted, said that “apartheid with visas for Kosovo should not be allowed.” Original post Here