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Serbs in Kosovo worried about EULEX departure (Blic)

By   /  15/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Nearly 2 000 police officers, judges and prosecutors who worked for the EULEX mission in Kosovo in the past 10 years are withdrawing from Kosovo, and their responsibilities will be taken over by Kosovo institutions. Some Blic interlocutors point out that the gradual departure of KFOR soldiers can be expected, after which the space opens […]

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Blic: ”The Serbian Orthodox Church spring session to end with an appeal for Kosovo and Metohija” (Kontakt plus radio)

By   /  09/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The spring session of the Serbian Orthodox Church will be completed by ”an appeal for Kosovo and Metohija”, writes today’s daily Blic, adding that the original text of the appeal was somewhat changed during the session, so that, apart from international actors, now it appeals domestic politicians to never give consent to the alienation of Kosovo. […]

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Dejan Slavic in detention up to 30 days (KIM radio, RTS, Blic, Politika, Vecernje Novosti)

By   /  08/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The Basic Court in Pristina ordered detention up to 30 days to Dejan Slavic from Obilic on suspicion of allegedly committing a war crime against the civilian population during the Kosovo conflict, reports Serbian media. Lawyer Nebojsa Vlajic, defense attorney for the arrested Slavic, told RTS that he received the court’s decision on detention and […]

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“Kosovo is a failure of the policy of international interventionism” (Blic, Politika)

By   /  30/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Professor of International Relations at the University of Manchester Oliver Richmond said that the self-proclaimed Kosovo is a failure of the policy of international interventionism, while the NATO intervention is inexplicable from the standpoint of respecting the structure of the territorial sovereignty of the state, writes today Belgrade based daily Blic. Richmond points out that […]

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Bulgaria denies Madrid: “No veto to Kosovo, or signatures from the Balkans” (Blic)

By   /  24/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Ambassadors of all 28 EU member states, including Spain, approved a draft declaration that should be accepted at the summit EU – Western Balkans in Sofia, Tanjug learns in Brussels. “The draft of the Declaration was approved by the ambassador of Spain to the EU, and it is up to the member states to accept it,” […]

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Kosovo Minister of Education: Serbian schools in Kosovo continue to work under the system of Serbia (Blic, KIM radio, Telegrafi)

By   /  18/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Kosovo’s Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Shyqiri Bytyqi, said that the Serbian schools in Kosovo continue to implement the system of the Republic of Serbia, as well as that they do not submit reports to the said ministry, Belgrade based daily Blic reports, quoting the Pristina’s portal Telegrafi. Bytyqi claimed that attempts were made […]

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Stefanovic: Security situation in Kosovo is very serious (Serbian media)

By   /  13/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The overall security situation in Kosovo is very serious – Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic said in Belgrade on Friday. Stefanovic told this to Assistant UN Secretary-General Alexander Zuev, and reiterated Serbia’s position on the need for UNMIK’s continued presence on the ground. Stefanovic and Zuev also discussed the war crimes warrants issued by Serbia through […]

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“Neither Merkel nor the EU can assume political responsibility of Belgrade and Pristina” (Blic)

By   /  13/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

European Parliament deputy from the German Social democratic Party, Josip Juratovic, assesses for Belgrade based news agency Tanjug, before the meeting of Aleksandar Vucic and Angela Merkel, that talks are a good sign of reaching a solution, but believes that neither the EU nor Merkel can take over the political responsibility given to legitimate elected political […]

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“Berlin does not seek recognition of Kosovo, but recalls the model of “Two Germanys” (Blic)

By   /  13/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Germany will not ask Belgrade to officially recognize Kosovo’s independence, but it recalls the model of “Two Germanys”, assess Franz-Lothar Altmann, professor of the University of Bucharest ahead of the meeting of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Belgrade based daily Blic reports. Altmann believes that Serbia should not expect too much […]

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ZSO currently the biggest Kosovo mystery (Blic)

By   /  11/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Daily newspaper Blic writes that the Kosovo government has officially announced that the process of forming the Community/Association of Serb municipalities (ZSO), even the EU that the drafting of the Statute has begun, and representatives of the Serbs claim that none of this has been done. Blic writes that the games around the establishment of […]

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Pacolli: “We’re working on the ZSO, but I’m not sure it will be until the 20th” (KIM radio, Blic)

By   /  03/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Kosovo Foreign Minister Behgjet Pacolli told Belgrade based daily Blic that the Kosovo government is working to form the Community/Association of Serb municipalities (ZSO). However, he says, he cannot predict whether the ZSO will be formed for three weeks, that is, until April 20th. “Even before an unfortunate case happened with (Marko) Djuric, our government […]

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Demarcation leads to early elections in Pristina? (Blic, Pobjeda)

By   /  12/03/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Political analyst Ramush Tahiri told the daily Pobjeda, based in Podgorica, that this convening of the Kosovo parliament will hardly be able to vote out on a demarcation agreement with Montenegro, and he believes that new extraordinary parliamentary elections await Pristina in the spring, reports the Belgrade daily Blic. In fact, it is not known […]

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