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Jevtic: Peace and stability should be interest of all (Voice of America, KIM Radio, Radio kontakt plus)

By   /  09/02/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Communities and Returns, Dalibor Jevtic told Voice of America, peace and stability must be interest of all and this year would be crucial to reach that goal. Jevtic also spoke about the importance of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue continuation as well as to implement what has been agreed so far, […]

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Kuburovic: I expect beginning of work of Special Court and continuation of dialogue (BETA, RTS, B92)

By   /  31/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbian Justice Minister, Nela Kuburovic told BETA news agency she expect the Special Court for KLA crime would soon begin to operate. Kuburovic also said, she believes the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue in Brussels would continue. “I believe the Specialist Chambers would soon start working and that the justice to the victims will be served,” Kuburovic said. […]

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McAllister: To arrest Ivanovic’s killers as soon as possible (Vecernje Novosti)

By   /  29/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

European Parliament Rapporteur for Serbia, David McAllister said in an interview to Vecernje Novosti daily that this horrible crime should not inflame dangerous rhetoric in the region. He again condemned the murder of Oliver Ivanoic and expressed sincere condolence to his family. McAllister underlined that the responsible judicial institutions must conduct a swift and professional […]

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Kocijancic: Preparation for continuation of dialogue underway (Danas, N1, KIM Radio)

By   /  26/01/2018  /  Headlines Serbian Media, Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

EU High Representative Federica Mogherini’s Cabinet is in contact with Pristina and Belgrade officials and preparation for the continuation of a dialogue is underway, Danas daily reported. The daily reported EU HR Mogherini’s spokesperson Maja Kocijancic said Belgrade, Pristina and Brussels are in contact and are working on the continuation of a dialogue. Belgrade delegation […]

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“We should lose only what we have to lose,” Vucic says (RTS, B92)

By   /  26/01/2018  /  Headlines Serbian Media, Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told RTS that the inevitable topic in Davos was Kosovo and Metohija. He said that it us “up to us to try to talk and reach a compromise, and lose only what we have to.” “This means not losing what we must not lose, and if you want to define it […]

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EU “to give Serbia deadline about Kosovo, 2019 key year” (Vecernje Novosti, B92)

By   /  26/01/2018  /  Headlines Serbian Media, Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

A comprehensive normalization of relations between Serbia and Kosovo, in the form of a legally binding agreement, is “urgent” for the EU. That’s according to a working version of EU enlargement strategy that the Belgrade daily Vecenje Novosti said it has seen. According to the article, which noted that the document should officially be presented […]

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Rakocevic: Kosovo government should have fallen down after murder of Ivanovic (NewPress, RTS, KIM Radio)

By   /  25/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

A journalist from Kosovo, Zivojin Rakocevic thinks that the government of Ramush Haradinaj, “should have fallen down because of the murder of Oliver Ivanovic” or “at least to freeze its existence till the moment when it becomes known who have killed him,” Serbian media reported. Speaking in a broadcast “Upitnik” on of the Serbian national […]

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Scott: Belgrade-Pristina dialogue must continue (TV N1)

By   /  25/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Belgrade-Pristina dialogue on normalization of relations must continue, despite the shock caused by the murder of the leader of Civic Initiative, Freedom, Democracy, Justice, Oliver Ivanovic, USA Ambassador to Serbia, Kyle Scot told TV N1. The Ambassador Scot expressed condolence to the family and all those who knew Oliver Ivanovic. Commenting on Serbian President Aleksandar […]

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Dacic explains when Belgrade plans to resume Kosovo dialogue (B92)

By   /  23/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic attended on Monday in Belgrade a lunch with ambassadors of EU member-states. The lunch, where Dacic was “the main speaker,” was hosted by Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Sem Fabrizi, the government announced. Dacic “pointed to the tragic event that marked the previous week […]

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McAllister and Fajon: Bring perpetrators to justice (Danas)

By   /  18/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

David McAllister and Tanja Fajon, European Parliament members called upon responsible bodies to find culprits who killed Oliver Ivanovic, adding it is necessary to continue Brussels dialogue, Danas daily reports today. “I condemn in the strongest term the murder of Oliver Ivanovic and extend sincere condolence to his family. The relevant judicial institutions must investigate […]

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Murder Puts Serbia-Kosovo Dialogue in Doubt (Balkan Insight)

By   /  18/01/2018  /  International  /  No Comments

Following the brutal slaying of Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic, analysts from both Serbia and Kosovo fear for the future of the EU-led dialogue, which was already in trouble. Serbia has put the EU-led dialogue with Kosovo on hold until the murdered Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic’s killers are found. Meanwhile, analysts from both Serbia […]

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Analysts: Pressure on Pristina to establish ZSO (Tanjug, RTS)

By   /  15/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The Belgrade-Pristina dialogue continuation, scheduled for Tuesday, 16 January 2018 in Brussels, is expected, as without dialogue there is no future for the entire region, Serbia and Kosovo Albanians, Tanjug news agency reported on Sunday. This is according to Tanjug’s interlocutors. Sociologist, Vladimir Vuletic thinks Pristina would need to showcase a political responsibility and openness […]

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