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Minister claims: Europol started co-operating with Kosovo (B92, Beta)

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Kosovo Interior Minister Flamur Sefaj received an official announcement that Europol decided to start co-operation with Kosovo, the ministry announced, reports B92 today. Sefaj met with Deputy Director of the EU Security Council Olivier Onidi, who told him that at the meeting of the Steering Committee, Europol decided that Kosovo “should be on the list […]

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Mogherini on Monday with officials from the Western Balkans (Blic)

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EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Federica Mogherini to meet officials from the six Western Balkan countries at an informal working dinner in Brussels on Monday, December 18th, reports Blic. In addition to the Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, the Prime Ministers of Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo, FYROM, as well as the Chairman […]

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Djuric congratulates constitution of municipal authorities in Kosovo (Tanjug)

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On the occasion of the constitutive sessions of Serb majority municipal assemblies, Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija Marko Djuric congratulated the Mayors and MA members of the Serbian List in Kosovo the beginning of their mandate and constitution of the municipal authorities, reports Tanjug. -In the upcoming period, the Serbian List will […]

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Athletes request guidelines about how to behave towards Kosovo (Serbian media)

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The fifth round table, within the internal dialogue on Kosovo in Serbia, was held yesterday this time with athletes, representatives of the sports associations and university institutions, Serbian media reported. So far, the conduct of Serbian athletes at competitions involving the Kosovo sports persons was determined by the government’s recommendation, now it was asked that […]

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Trendafilova: We will not allow pressures and intimidation (Tanjug, RTS, TV Most)

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The President of the Specialized Chambers of Kosovo Ekaterina Trendafilova says that the court will provide an impartial and fair trial to the accused, but also that it will prosecute those who try to in any way threaten the safety of victims and witnesses or exert any kind of pressure on judges, report Serbian media. -Everyone […]

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Vecernje Novosti: Serbia to “wipe the name Macedonia”?

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Serbia is preparing measures in case Skopje supports Pristina in international institutions, writes today Belgrade based daily Vecernje Novosti, as well as that there is the possibility of changing the decision on recognizing the name of the neighbouring state if its Prime Minister Zoran Zaev fulfils “threats” on voting for Kosovo’s membership in UNESCO. According […]

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UNS: Head of the US Kosovo Diplomatic Observer Mission, Shaun Byrnes – I searched for Perenic and Slavuj in vain

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The Association of Journalists of Serbia (UNS) announced on its website in Serbian, Albanian and English a conversation with Shaun Byrnes, former head of the US diplomatic mission in Kosovo. – When we visited the field, we came into contact with the KLA soldiers, and through them, with their commanders. We always asked them about the […]

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Today the formation of power in Serbian municipalities in Kosovo (Politika)

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All ten mayors from the Serbian List at the local level will implement a policy that is being implemented at the parliamentary level, says Igor Simic, Belgrade based daily Politika reports. The constitutive sessions of local assemblies will be held today in seven out of ten municipalities with a Serb majority. Mandates of mayors and […]

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Lawyer Vasic: Tasic defended himself with silence (KIM radio)

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Special Prosecutor of EULEX for war crimes, Paul Flynn, heard Darko Tasic, suspected of committing a war crime against the civilian population, as part of an investigation into the events in Mala Krusa near Prizren. Darko Tasic is suspected that he and his father and brother participated in burning and looting more than a hundred […]

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Mitrovica: Arrested six persons suspected of dealing with prostitution (Kontakt plus radio)

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Six people, three Serbs and three Albanians have been arrested in the Mitrovica region, and are suspected of committing a criminal offense of “prostitution,” the Kosovo police states. The police operation was conducted in three different locations in the Mitrovica region, where the arrested persons were suspected of involvement in illegal activities, commencing a crime […]

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“After many years, Council on Foreign Relations lists Balkans as problem” (B92, Tanjug, N1)

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US expert on the Balkans Daniel Serwer has commented on the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) once again listing the Balkans as a stability problem. Serwer spoke for the N1 broadcaster in Bosnia-Herzegovina, after the US NGO published its “Preventive Priorities Survey 2017.” Serwer said that he did not think the document should make people […]

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Unacceptable for region to join EU as one package – Dacic (BETA, TV O2, B92)

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Serbian Foreign Minister and First Deputy PM, Ivica Dacic says the idea of the whole region joining the EU “as one package” is unacceptable to Serbia. Speaking late on Tuesday in Brussels, Dacic pointed out that “everyone should advance at the speed that they deserve.” Dacic told reporters, after a meeting of foreign ministers of […]

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