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Kosovo Minister asks Serbia dealing with war crimes

Kosovo Minister of Justice, Abelard Tahiri, during an interview with the Belgrade daily Danas identified two main obstacles which prevent cooperation between Kosovo and Serbia in the judiciary. Tahiri said Serbia shows no willingness to deal with crimes committed during 1990s, and continues efforts to prevent Kosovo from joining the …

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British Embassy experts excluded from Trepca

Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and British Ambassador to Pristina, Ruairi O’Connell on 10 October 2017 have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) agreeing for the Embassy to assist in recruiting credible people in the publicly-owned enterprises boards. But the government has violated the MoU in less than three months …

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Serbian Minister: Kosovo authorities don’t want to uncover Ivanovic’s killers

Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic said on Thursday Pristina was refusing to cooperate with Serbian authorities in the probe into the murder of Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic. Original post Here

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Haradinaj’s Government asks Podgorica’s help on demarcation

Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj is trying to find “an excuse” to ask members of Kosovo Assembly to support the Agreement on border demarcation with Montenegro, the daily Koha Ditore reported. The Government has asked Podgorica’s help to overcome the stalemate, sources told the daily. Original post Here

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Veseli: Special Court will not be abolished

Former commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) turned politician, Kadri Veseli, called on his former fellow fighters to be ready, because as he said, the Special Court established to try alleged crimes of the KLA, will happen. The Speaker of Assembly said that all should be ready to face …

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Kosovars Trump’s most steadfast fans, according to Gallup poll

The latest Gallup poll shows that Kosovars and Albanians remain America’s most steadfast fans. The same poll sees Serbia on the very bottom of the support level in Europe, with only 16 per cent support. Original post Here

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Haradinaj answers to Serbia: Only Kosovo has jurisdiction to investigate Ivanovic’s killing

Kosovo Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj, says Kosovo has not accepted any request from Serbia for involvement in the investigation related to the killing of Oliver Ivanovic. Commenting the addressing of Serbia to international missions in Kosovo asking involvement in the investigations on Ivanvoic’s case, Haradinaj said that only Kosovo has …

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Representative of KLA Veterans calls US Ambassador a “clown”, according to Kosovapress

The statement of the US Ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, against the initiative to repeal the Special Court, has triggered reaction of the Association of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) veterans. Original post Here

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Kosovo against Serbia’s involvement in investigating Ivanovic’s killing

The Government of Kosovo is against involvement of Serbia’s state institutions in investigation of the circumstances which lead to the killing of the Kosovo Serb leader, Oliver Ivanovic. Original post Here

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Vucic has not attended Oliver Ivanovic’s funeral in Belgrade

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has not joined hundreds of people who attended the funeral of the Kosovo Serb politician who was gunned down on Tuesday in Mitrovica North. Original post Here

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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

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Kosovo war crimes court imposed on Kosovo, says ex-prime minister

Kosovo’s opposition leader says international community imposed to Kosovo creation of the Specialist Chambers based at the Hague, established to try alleged crimes committed by Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA. Original post Here

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Palau revokes recognition of Kosovo

The Republic of Palau has revoked its 2009 decision to recognise Kosovo as independent state, Pristina based Klan Kosova TV reports. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Haradinaj mentions no tax after meeting EU’s Hahn

Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj told EU Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, that Kosovo is committed to EU integration path. Haradinaj mentioned no tax on Serbia’s imports imposed by his Government causing a clash with the EU officials in Brussels who urged Kosovo to revoke the …

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Tax, Kosovo Army stirred tensions in Balkans, says Putin

Russian President, Aleksandar Putin, who on Thursday visited Belgrade has addressed also solving of Kosovo-Serbia issue. During a joint press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Putin said Russia’s position towards Kosovo is already known. Original post Here

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Kosovo opposition leader met EU Representative, British Ambassador

Leader of the biggest opposition party in Kosovo, LDK, Isa Mustafa held separate meetings with British Ambassador to Pristina, Ruairi O’Connell, and EU Special Representative to Kosovo, Nataliya Apostolova. In both meetings Mustafa discussed current political developments and dialogue with Serbia, Gazeta Express reports. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s opposition won’t join dialogue with Serbia on redoing the state

Chief of parliamentary group of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), biggest opposition party in Kosovo’s Parliament, says ruling coalition partners are attacking his party for not changing its stance on dialogue with Serbia. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s PM Haradinaj to welcome Hahn’s suggestions on tariffs

Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj commented the visit of the EU Enlargment Commissioner Johannes Hahn who is set to visit Pristina today. Haradianj si expected to meet Hahn today afternoon. Original post Here

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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

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Kosovo war crimes court imposed on Kosovo, says ex-prime minister

Kosovo’s opposition leader says international community imposed to Kosovo creation of the Specialist Chambers based at the Hague, established to try alleged crimes committed by Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA. Original post Here

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Palau revokes recognition of Kosovo

The Republic of Palau has revoked its 2009 decision to recognise Kosovo as independent state, Pristina based Klan Kosova TV reports. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Haradinaj mentions no tax after meeting EU’s Hahn

Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj told EU Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, that Kosovo is committed to EU integration path. Haradinaj mentioned no tax on Serbia’s imports imposed by his Government causing a clash with the EU officials in Brussels who urged Kosovo to revoke the …

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Tax, Kosovo Army stirred tensions in Balkans, says Putin

Russian President, Aleksandar Putin, who on Thursday visited Belgrade has addressed also solving of Kosovo-Serbia issue. During a joint press conference with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Putin said Russia’s position towards Kosovo is already known. Original post Here

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Kosovo opposition leader met EU Representative, British Ambassador

Leader of the biggest opposition party in Kosovo, LDK, Isa Mustafa held separate meetings with British Ambassador to Pristina, Ruairi O’Connell, and EU Special Representative to Kosovo, Nataliya Apostolova. In both meetings Mustafa discussed current political developments and dialogue with Serbia, Gazeta Express reports. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s opposition won’t join dialogue with Serbia on redoing the state

Chief of parliamentary group of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), biggest opposition party in Kosovo’s Parliament, says ruling coalition partners are attacking his party for not changing its stance on dialogue with Serbia. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s PM Haradinaj to welcome Hahn’s suggestions on tariffs

Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj commented the visit of the EU Enlargment Commissioner Johannes Hahn who is set to visit Pristina today. Haradianj si expected to meet Hahn today afternoon. Original post Here