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NATO supports creation of Kosovo’s army (KosovaPress, RTK)

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NATO supports creation of Kosovo’s army (KosovaPress, RTK)

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NATO’s Deputy Secretary General, Rose Gottemoeller, said the North-Atlantic Alliance supports creation of Kosovo’s army and added that this process should develop in accordance with the Constitution. “It is important for Kosovo to continue with the process of reforms which includes professional security forces. We will continue to cooperate with Kosovo officials and support KFOR […]

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Hahn: Regional cooperation crucial for Western Balkans’ EU path (European Western Balkans)

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Hahn: Regional cooperation crucial for Western Balkans’ EU path (European Western Balkans)

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EWB interview with Johannes Hahn, EU Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations. Hahn will be a keyonote speaker on the event “Beyond Berlin: What Does the Next Decade Hold for the Western Balkans?”, organized by Chatham House, European Fund for the Balkans and DG Near in London on 10 July, at the margins of the […]

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Serbia could face penalty after row with Kosovo slows Europe’s clocks again (Reuters, Euronews)

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Serbia could face penalty after row with Kosovo slows Europe’s clocks again (Reuters, Euronews)

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European power grid lobby ENTSO-E warned on Monday it could suspend Serbia unless it quickly resolves a dispute with its former province Kosovo which has again made some digital clocks on the continent run slow. The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E), which groups grid operators from 26 countries, said that digital clocks […]

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Hahn: Decision on visas for Kosovans, before summer holidays (RTK)

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Hahn: Decision on visas for Kosovans, before summer holidays (RTK)

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The EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn, gave signals before the start of the Western Balkans Summit in London that the decision on visa liberalization for Kosovo will be made before the summer holidays. However, he did not predict what this decision could be. He also told the media that […]

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Thaci discusses visas with Hahn through a telephone conversation (RTK)

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Thaci discusses visas with Hahn through a telephone conversation (RTK)

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The President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, had today a telephone conversation with the EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn. “I had a very good phone conversation with Johannes Hahn, EU on important matters in EU – Kosovo relations, including next steps in the EU decision making process on visa liberalisation […]

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Haradinaj and Pacolli at Economic Summit in London (RTK)

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Haradinaj and Pacolli at Economic Summit in London (RTK)

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The Economic Summit between the European Union and six Western Balkans countries will be held today and tomorrow in London. Kosovo is being represented by the Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Behgjet Pacolli. PM Haradinaj is expected to meet the British Secretary of Defense, Gavin Williamson, to […]

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