EP Rapporteur Soltes expects the EU to keep its promise and grant visa liberalisation to Kosovo

The European Parliament on Thursday adopted Kosovo progress report 2018 with an overwhelming majority, with 393 votes in favour, 139 votes against and 71 abstentions. In the report, MEPs welcome the legislation passed within the European Reform Agenda, but express concern at the lack of cross-party consensus and lingering political polarisation in Kosovo, which continues to adversely affect the path to sustainable reform.

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Serbia’s brutal information warfare against Albanians, says Kosovo’s deputy prime minister

Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister, Enver Hoxhaj, sharing a report of Serbia’s tabloid Informer, known for publication of fake news, says Serbia continues its information warfare through fake news. Original post Here

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Serbia interrogates at the border two Kosovo Army members of Serbian nationality

Serbian police have on Saturday stopped two Kosovo Security Force (KSF) members of Serbian nationality at the border crossings of Jarinje in the north and interrogated them for more than three hours. Kosovo authorities have condemned the incident and urged the EU to react. Original post Here

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Kadri Veseli ready to answer international prosecutors, if invited

Former high ranking commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and Speaker of Kosovo Parliament, Kadri Veseli, says he is ready to answer an invitation from the international prosecutors who are investigating and prosecuting alleged crimes committed by the KLA. Original post Here