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UNMIK Headlines 23 June

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• Haradinaj: Serbian officials want partition through demarcation (Klan K.)
• Liberia reconfirms recognition of Kosovo (media)
• ACSMM draft statute report submitted to government of Kosovo (Koha/RFE)
• Kuci says delays in forming ACSMM could carry consequences (KP/Koha)
• Kosovo women form Coalition for Equality (RTK)
• Members of LGBT community not allowed to donate blood (Telegrafi)

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UNMIK Headlines 22 June

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• Dialogue to take place Sunday, Thaci keeps agenda secret (Zeri)
• Veseli: Agreement with Serbia will not be a new compromise (Epoka)
• LDK, Vetevendosje reject Thaci’s call for border demarcation with Serbia (media)
• EULEX to carry out Specialist Chamber operations (Koha Ditore)
• Specialist prosecutors interview witness in Belgium (Indeksonline/Bota Sot)
• Pacolli requests Lichtenstein’s support on visa liberalization (Epoka)
• “Kosovo’s diplomatic defeats” (Koha Ditore)
• Kosovo’s INTERPOL membership bid to be discussed today (RTK)
• EU against government’s decision for salary increase (Zeri)
• Arifi: Pay raise decision, legitimate and constitutional (Bota Sot)
• KLA veterans oppose visit of Serbian town officials (Klan Kosova)

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UNMIK Headlines 21 June

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• Thaci: Time for historic settlement with Serbia (media)
• Opposition turns down President’s call to join dialogue finale (Koha)
• LDK: We do not support Thaci leading dialogue with Serbia (Kosova Sot)
• LDK seeks early elections again (media)
• Delawie: 2018, a year of success in dialogue with Serbia (RTK)
• PSD hosts latest round-table of political parties (media)
• McAllister: All Brussels agreements to be implemented (RTK)
• Hoxhaj: UN seat and Association to happen in parallel way (Zeri)
• Veseli urges youth not to leave Kosovo after visa liberalisation (Zeri)
• Surroi: Politicians should not promise visa liberalisation this year (media)
• U.S. Ambassador Delawie meets Vetevendosje leader Kurti (media)
• Pacolli: Liberia has not withdrawn recognition (media)
• UNHCR refutes Jevtic’s statement about 200,000 IDPs from Kosovo (Koha)

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UNMIK Headlines 20 June

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• EU will call on Thaci, Vucic to urgently implement agreements (Koha)
• Thaci discusses dialogue with Quint ambassadors ahead of meeting Vucic (dailies)
• Collaku: Thaci, legitimate leader of dialogue with Serbia (Klan Kosova)
• Government reports to Brussels, low-level implementation of agreements (Koha)
• Avramopoulos: Kosovo close to visa liberalisation (media)
• Pacolli travels to Austria to lobby for visa liberalisation (Bota Sot)
• Serbia called to accountability for crimes in Kosovo (Zeri)
• Serbian authorities prevent cultural dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia (Koha)
• Gerxhaliu: Kosovo to urgently apply for WTO membership (Epoka e Re)

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UNMIK Headlines 19 June

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• Collaku: Thaci and Vucic to meet in a matter of days (Koha)
• Vucic and Thaci to meet in Brussels on Sunday? (Lajmi/Tanjug)
• Arifi: EU supports ACSMM based on Kosovo Constitution (Zeri)
• Visa liberalisation report to be published next week (Zeri)
• European Commission without an assessment on visa liberalisation yet (Koha)
• France supports Kosovo on visa liberalisation (Epoka)
• Pacolli requests from Israel to recognize Kosovo (RTK)
• Vetevendosje accuses Thaci of obstructing work of CEC (Zeri)
• EULEX deputy chief: We should not do Kosovo’s work (Telegrafi/DW)

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UNMIK Headlines 18 June

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• Government against ‘selective approach’ to dialogue (Koha Ditore)
• Arifi: Opening of the Mitrovica bridge, matter of political decisions (RTK)
• US, Germany insist KSF transformation should go through Constitution (Zeri)
• Mogherini expects Thaci and Vucic to reach final agreement (Bota Sot)
• PSD postpones political roundtable (Klan Kosova)
• Veseli travels to France to lobby for visa liberalisation (Zeri)
• EULEX chief: Kosovo responsible for the future (RTK, N1)
• Hoti: Serbia to be held accountable for war crimes (RTK)
• FYROM and Greece sign the historic agreement (Epoka)
• Kosovo leaders hail Macedonia and Greece signing name change agreement (Zeri)

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UNMIK Headlines 15 June

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• Formation of Kosovo Army, through constitutional amendments or law? (DW)
• “Work on drafting statute of Association/Community stepped up” (Koha)
• Serbian List representatives visit Washington (media)
• Serbian police still searching for missing reporter (media)

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UNMIK Headlines 14 June

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• EULEX marks tenth year in Kosovo (Zeri)
• Veseli: European MPs support removal of visas for Kosovo (RTK)
• Rama: EU’s policy toward Kosovo is a great shame (RTK)
• Vetevendosje to sue government and court over salary increase (media)
• O’Connell: Zharku’s return as a free man, shameful (RTK)
• Constitutional Court to remain without decision-making powers (Zeri)
• Macedonian President turns down historic deal over name dispute (Koha)

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UNMIK Headlines 13 June

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• Thaci: Dialogue to end in agreement embodying European values (Zeri)
• “Impossible consensus” (Zeri)
• Apostolova criticizes members of government (media)
• Time for new chapter in Kosovo’s relations with the UN (Epoka)
• European Parliament confirms visa liberalization (Epoka)
• Haradinaj: Kosovo aspires to become part of NATO (Zeri)
• Pacolli reports to Assembly’s foreign affairs committee (Zeri)
• Journalists’ Association reacts against attack on reporter in Pristina (Express)
• Athens, Skopje reach deal after 27-year row (media)

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UNMIK Headlines 12 June

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• Haradinaj: KSF transformation through Constitution, nearly impossible (media)
• Constitutional Court rules in favour of government’s pay raise (dailies)
• Hoti: We will prevent implementation of pay raise decision (Bota Sot)
• EC: Final visa liberalisation criteria still under review (Zeri)
• Hoxha: European agenda needs to be implemented by September (Zeri)
• Haradinaj called to accountability for Prizren incident (Koha/Insajderi)
• Djuric meets UN officials, expresses concern over Pristina statements (Klan K.)
• Sahatcija: It is time for UNMIK to conclude its mission in Kosovo (Bota Sot)
• Rohan: Today, I would add ‘advising’ to the Association of Municiplaities (RTK)
• Vetevendosje initiates bill for trying war crimes in absentia (Zeri)
• Hoxhaj: Kosovo borders are untouchable and unchangeable (Epoka)
• Kosovo hopes to join Parliamentary Assembly of Francophonie (dailies)
• Tahiri: Illegally-obtained wealth will be confiscated (Epoka)

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UNMIK Headlines 11 June

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• Haradinaj: Open issues with Serbia resolved through recognition (Epoka)
• The U.S. and EU deny change of dialogue format (RTK)
• Serwer: Moscow not Belgrade deciding on Kosovo’s UN seat (Zeri)
• Political representatives to meet again this week, dialogue main topic (Zeri)
• New details emerge from planned attack on KFOR troops (Bota Sot/RFE)
• Bahtiri: Mitrovica bridge to open soon (Zeri/EO)
• Thaci, panelist at the International Economic Forum in Montreal (RTK)
• Serbia accusing Kosovo for lack of cooperation on Ivanovic’s case (RTK)
• Serbian List against the Kosovo Army (Telegrafi)
• Kosovo and FYROM to open new border point (RTK)
• Trepca mining complex, under private management (Koha)

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UNMIK Headlines 8 June

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• Initiative for consensus on dialogue with Serbia diminishing (Koha)
• Kosovo Assembly delegation lobbying for visa liberalization in Austria (media)
• Pacolli is confident Kosovo will get visa liberalization this year (KTV)
• EU Office condemns recent incidents in Kosovo (Gazeta Express)
• Gana refutes Serbia, appoints ambassador to Kosovo (Zeri)
• “Kosovo has good chance of joining INTERPOL this year” (Epoka)
• Xhabir Zharku returns to Kosovo (media)
• Family members of deported Turkish national seek asylum in Germany (Zeri)

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