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Interpol to vote for Kosovo’s membership despite Serbia’s lobbying

The International law enforcement agency Interpol is set to vote on Kosovo’s membership despite intensive Serbia’s lobbying against it. Police chiefs from around the world gathered in Dubai on Sunday for Interpol’s general assembly and one of the points of the agenda is also voting whether to accept Kosovo as …

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Russian Foreign Minister Refutes Thaci: We Support Solution to Kosovo Issue if Serbia Accepts It

Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, said that Moscow will be ready to consider a solution on Kosovo’s issue, in a constructive manner, as long as it is acceptable to Serbia. Original post Here

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Turkish Ambassador’s motorcade involved in deadly crash in Kosovo

Four people have been killed following an accident involving the motorcade of Turkish Ambassador to Kosovo and a car near capital Pristina. Ambassador and members of her escort are among those injured. Original post Here

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Kosovo ready to join Interpol, says Pacolli

Foreign Minister Behgjet Pacolli says Kosovo has fulfilled all the criteria to become full-fledged member of international security organisations, including Interpol. Original post Here

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Serbia shouldn’t be afraid of Kosovo in Interpol, but its unsettled criminal past, says DPM Hoxhaj

Shortly before Interpol General Assembly vote on Kosovo’s membership, deputy Prime Minister Enver Hoxhaj, says that Serbia should not be afraid of Kosovo’s membership into this police organisation. Original post Here

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Kosovo Army creation irreversible process, says deputy minister of KSF

Deputy Minister of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF), Burim Ramadani, says that by the end of the year the Parliament will approve the package of laws enabling transition of the KSF into Kosovo Army. Original post Here

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Kosovo’s Ambassador to US meets Ivanka Trump

Kosovo’s Ambassador to US, Vlora Citaku, met Ivanka Trump, the daughter of US President Donald Trump. Original post Here

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Kosovo Government lost legitimacy, says opposition leader

Chief of parliamentary group of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), Avdullah Hoti, said that the Parliament of Kosovo is dysfunctional and the country should announce snap elections to restore democratic order. Original post Here

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EU unjust towards Kosovo, says Hungarian Foreign Minister

Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó who is visiting Pristina today said the European Union is unjust towards Kosovo related to visa liberalisation and said his country will support Kosovo-Serbia agreement. Original post Here

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Spain finally agrees to allow Kosovo athletes use state symbols

Spain has decided to allow athletes from Kosovo to use their national symbols, anthem, and flag while participating in international sporting events being held in the country. The move came after Spain, who is one of the five EU members which has not recognised Kosovo, refused to allow Kosovo athletes …

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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