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Second round table within internal dialogue on Kosovo completed (RTS, Politika)

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The second round table within the internal dialogue on Kosovo held yesterday in Belgrade gathered representatives of 22 Serbian institutes of social sciences and more than 50 scientists and researchers, Serbian media reported. Directors and associates of accredited institutes of humanities and social sciences in Serbia, including the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts spoke […]

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Srpska Lista: Cvetkovic has nothing to offer to citizens (KIM Radio)

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Srpska Lista, reacting to the allegations of a candidate for Partes mayor, Nenad Cvetkovic leader of the Civic Initiative “Peoples Unity” that “votes are being paid for” in this municipality, refuted its claims, saying that “Srpska Lista convincingly won elections in Partes on 22 October, and everything else is a consequence of Cvetkovic’s lies and […]

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Djuric: Enable SOC access to its holy shrines in Kosovo (Tanjug, TV Pink, RTV Puls)

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Serbian Government Office for Kosovo Director, Marko Djuric, commenting on the decision of the Court of Appeals in Pristina to uphold the right of the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC) over the land, where the Christ the Savior Temple is located, said it is good that the SOC at least got a paper confirming the ownership […]

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“Izetbegovic’s statement was dangerous provocation” (B92, BETA, Politika, Tanjug, TV Pink)

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Bakir Izetbegovic saying that he hopes Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) will recognize Kosovo represented “a dangerous provocation.” This is according to former US Ambassador to Serbia William Montgomery. Montgomery added that he “hoped the international community will react strongly and condemn this statement.” “There is a history of instability, which includes BiH, Kosovo and Macedonia, and Serbia […]

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Special Court Must Bring Kosovo’s Criminals to Justice (BIRN)

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By: Shkelzen Gashi The new Special Court to try former Kosovo Liberation Army members for wartime and post-war crimes is not an attack on the struggle for independence, but an attempt to prosecute criminals. The majority of people in Kosovo believe that the Special Court is an unfair creation, but the blame for its establishment, […]

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Belgrade Media Report 13 November 2017

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Monday 13 November 2017

LOCAL PRESS

• Cooperation with RS high on list of priorities of government of Serbia (Beta/Politika)
• NATO’s liaison in Belgrade hears about Serbia’s neutrality (Beta/B92)
• Djuric: I don’t believe Pristina is stalling ZSO on its own (Beta)
• Round table on Kosovo and Metohija (RTS)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Dodik: RS supports Serbia’s proposal on demarcation (BHT1)
• Dodik: Court of B&H informed me that I was being wiretapped by B&H security agencies (TV1)
• OHR urged political parties to open constructive discussion, EU Delegation: Leaders should agree through dialogue and consensus (Dnevni list/ Oslobodjenje)
• Serbs still not constituent (Nezavisne)
• ICTY Trial Chamber rejects Mladic defense’s motions (RTRS)
Croatia
• Plenkovic government survives no confidence vote (HRT)
• Plenkovic to Grabar-Kitarovic: We’ve got problems, but Croatia isn’t in state of emergency (HRT)
Montenegro
• Political observers agree Lavrov’s confession shouldn’t be expected (Pobjeda)
• DF for protest, URA against interim government (Pobjeda)
fYROM
• Macedonia and Albania on the right path to the EU, concludes Hahn (Meta)
Albania
• European integration requires concrete results in fight against organized crime (ATA)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• Volker and Surkov to meet in Belgrade (TASS/Wall Street Journal)
• Serbia Declares Mladic Aides’ Indictment a State Secret (BIRN)
• Kumanovo’s case aggravates relations between Kosovo and FYROM (IBNA)

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Dacic travels to NYC for UN Security Council Kosovo session (B92)

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Serbian First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister, Ivica Dacic will represent Serbia at a UN Security Council session dedicated to Kosovo tomorrow, Serbian media reported. The meeting at the UN headquarters in New York will consider the UN secretary-general’s latest report on the work of the UN Mission (UNMIK) in Kosovo, covering the period between […]

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Hodza left meeting on demarcation over lack of translation (KIM Radio)

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Srpska Lista MP, Adem Hodza left the Assembly Board for the European Integration session as there was no translation in Serbian language provided, KIM Radio reported. Chair of the Government Commission for the Borderline Demarcation with Montenegro, Shpejtim Bulliqi was presenting the report at the session. Bulliqi stated last week, the Commission found out that […]

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What “hampers” continuation of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue (TV N1, Novosti)

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Stalemate in the Brussels dialogue lasts for four and a half months now, TV N1 reported last night. There are no official information neither from Brussels nor from Belgrade or Pristina when the next meeting could take place. While Belgrade insists that the establishment of the Association of the Serb Municipalities should begin before the […]

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Continuation of internal dialogue on Kosovo without opposition also today (Insajder)

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Second roundtable within the internal dialogue on Kosovo would be held today at the Palace of Serbia, announced the Serbian Government Office for Kosovo, Insajder portal reports. Director of the Office for Kosovo, Marko Djuric, Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Mladen Sarcevic and Secretary General of the Serbian Presidency, Nikola Selakovic would attend the […]

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Serbian FM – “They thought Balkan borders could be redrawn” (Tanjug, Sputnik, B92)

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World power centers have overplayed their hand when they thought it was possible to redraw borders in the Balkans since it is not a part of the EU. Serbian Foreign Minister and First Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said this in a statement for the Russian daily Izvestia, Sputnik and other Serbian media are reporting. […]

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The Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue is Just ‘Lose-lose’ (Balkan Insight)

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By: Haki Abazi Both countries, and both people, stand to lose out in the long term from a ‘dialogue’ that has never advanced beyond leaders shaking hands and photops in Brussels. In the international school of diplomacy, dialogue and negotiations are approached from a “win-win” theory. However, despite the terrible wars and conflicts that the […]

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