Kosovo’s northern courts provide basic services, including urgent trials, as well as admission of new cases, and provision of other services is expected soon – the Kosovo Judicial Council announced, reports KIM radio.
On its official website, the Council published an “announcement for media on the judiciary in the Mitrovica region”, while informing citizens that, in line with the Brussels Agreement, “the structures of the judiciary of Kosovo function and in this region”, the announcement states, from October.
“The Court of First Instance in the North will provide citizens with services and solve serious criminal offenses. The Department of the Court of Appeals will act in the North, which will judge criminal, civil, administrative, commercial and misdemeanour cases as a second instance court. Citizens can submit civilian, misdemeanour, and cases that involve minors in the premises of the Basic Court, which are located in the building of the former Jugobanka in the southern part of Mitrovica.”