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Germany advises: Dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia must continue (Klan Kosova)

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German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on the eve of his visit to Belgrade that his country supports dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia. Gabriel said for the European Union it is important for the process of negotiations for Serbia’s membership of the EU and the normalization of relations between Kosovo and Serbia to happen at […]

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OSCE Broadcast 11 April

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• Dacic and Braathu discuss OSCE activities in Kosovo (RTK2)
• MFA perceives UNMIK’s role unnecessary (KTV)
• US Embassy does not express support for early elections (RTK)
• Opposition harmonises text for no confidence motion (Most monitored broadcasters, KTV)
• Thaçi and Delawie criticize MPs (Most monitored broadcasters, RTK1)
• Thaçi started meetings with Srpska List MPs for Army (RTK1)
• Klokot/Kllokot deputy mayor insults Ramush Haradinaj (RTK1)
• Over 50 officials did not declare their property (TV21)

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Blakaj: Daut Haradinaj’s statement, exceptionally immature (Klan Kosova)

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Bekim Blakaj from the Human Rights Fund, said on Tuesday that Daut Haradinaj’s recent statement was exceptionally immature, especially coming from a member of the Kosovo Assembly. “Daut Haradinaj’s statement about the possibility of his brother’s extradition was exceptionally immature. What concerns me is that he displayed a high level of nervousness and this had […]

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UNMIK Headlines 12 April

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• Tanin: UNMIK supports a stable and democratic Kosovo (Koha)
• UNMIK chief calls for resumption of dialogue (Zeri)
• Tahiri: No dialogue with Belgrade without Haradinaj’s release (Lajmi)
• Mustafa: When I took up office, demarcation was almost a done deal (Zeri)
• Increased support for motion of no confidence against government (Zeri)
• U.S. Embassy does not support early elections (Indeksonline)
• Senator McCain to address Kosovo Assembly on Thursday (media)
• Kosovo’s Foreign Ministry deems UNMIK’s role unnecessary (KTV)

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OSCE Broadcast 10 April

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• Daut Haradinaj’s statement condemned (RTK, KTV & TV21)
• AAK: Haradinaj’s statement was taken out of context – it was emotional (KTV)
• Use of Kosovo symbols, precondition for Association (RTK2)
• Statements of PDK officials for early elections increase (KTV)
• Justice is being denied in Kosovo (Most monitored broadcasters, KTV)
• AKJ requests from Police to investigate Arbana Xharra’s case (Klan Kosova & TV21)
• Association of Historians gives ultimatum to Government (RTK2)

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UNMIK Headlines 11 April

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• Thaci: Threatening statements return us to the past (Gazeta Express)
• UNMIK chief: Hate speech is unacceptable (RTK)
• AAK: Daut Haradinaj’s remarks taken out of context (Koha)
• Thaci: Coalition government is in no mood for new elections (TV Dukagjini)
• Limaj: We have reasons for motion of no confidence (Epoka e Re)
• Gecaj: Initiative to bring down the government is entertainment (Zeri)
• Bajrami: We’ll wait for the army until the end of the year (TV Dukagjini)
• Mustafa to gather his party on elections and demarcation (RTK)
• Montenegro concerned with visa liberalization for Kosovo (Kosova Sot)
• Splits within Serbian List are impacting Kosovo’s state agenda (Koha)
• Special court indictments by the end of the year (Zeri)
• Council of Europe official issues memorandum following Kosovo visit (media)

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Mustafa: We will send demarcation to the Assembly this month (media)

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Kosovo Prime Minister Isa Mustafa said the government will send the border demarcation deal with Montenegro to the Assembly this month. “This is an obligation that we need to fulfill sooner or later,” Mustafa said during a visit to local businesses today.

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Consultations underway for motion of no confidence against government (media)

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One day after Initiative for Kosovo (NISMA) leader Fatmir Limaj suggested a parliamentary initiative for a motion of no confidence against the government, NISMA MPs told Aktivpress that they have initiated consultations with other political parties on the matter. NISMA MP Haxhi Shala said the initiative is now being supported not only by opposition MPs […]

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Haliti: Demarcation is an obligation, we will have to do it with Serbia too (Telegrafi)

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Kosovo Assembly Vice President and senior Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) member, Xhavit Haliti, said today that the Assembly has yet to receive the draft law on the border demarcation with Montenegro. Haliti said the Kosovo Assembly is obliged to ratify the demarcation deal. “I am going to support Kosovo’s interests. How we will vote […]

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Thaci, Vucic expected to take over Kosovo – Serbia dialogue (RFE)

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Political analysts in Kosovo and Serbia believe that Aleksandar Vucic’s victory in the Serbian presidential elections could have an impact on the ongoing talks between Pristina and Belgrade and that the whole process could be shifted at the level of presidents, also given Kosovo President Hashim Thaci’s increasing role in the process. Petrit Zogaj, Pristina-based […]

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Surroi: Vucic, a minister when Serbia was killing two-year old children in Kosovo, now president (Koha)

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Publicist Veton Surroi posted on his Facebook account today that Aleksandar Vucic was Minister of Information in the Serbian government when “Serbia was killing two-year old children in Kosovo”. Surroi writes: “On April 2, 2017, Aleksandar Vucic was elected President of Serbia. On April 2, 1999, Aleksandar Vucic was Minister for Information in the Republic […]

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Gordy on Vucic: How can he become European all of a sudden? (RFE)

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Eric Gordy, professor at the University College London, told Radio Free Europe that Aleksandar Vucic’s victory in the Serbian presidential elections will not bring anything new in the policy that Vucic has led so far as Prime Minister of Serbia and leader of the Serbian Progressive Party. “Vucic will keep playing the card as an […]

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