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Jevtic with European delegation on problems in Kosovo, Special Court initiative (Tanjug, Dnevnik)

By   /  12/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Srpska Lista is against an initiative to revoke the Special Court and the stance of Serb political representatives about it is clear and unequivocal Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Communities and Returns, Dalibor Jevtic told representatives of French-German delegation visiting Kosovo, Serbian media reported. Jevtic met yesterday the Germany’s Envoy for South-Eastern Europe, […]

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Franco-German Envoys Press Kosovo on Special Court (Balkan Insight)

By   /  11/01/2018  /  International  /  No Comments

German and French envoys are adding to diplomatic pressure on Kosovo not to try to stop the new Specialist Chambers – which will try former Kosovo guerrillas – from coming into operation. A joint German-French delegation met Kosovo officials on Wednesday to voice concern about recent failed attempts by Kosovo MPs to revoke the law […]

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Weakened Merkel is Bad News For the Balkans (Balkan Insight)

By   /  28/09/2017  /  Opinions  /  No Comments

By: Marcus Tanner An enfeebled Angela Merkel means a weaker, less courageous Germany – which will not do any of the Balkan states hoping to join the EU any favours. Like Britain’s Theresa May, Angela Merkel has come out of her general election looking a lot weaker than when she went in. Weeks ago, the […]

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McAllister: Brussels appreciates the constructive efforts of Serbia (Blic, B92, KIM radio)

By   /  25/09/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The EP rapporteur for Serbia welcomed the initiative to launch an internal dialogue on Kosovo and added that Serbia’s constructive approach is highly appreciated in Brussels, KIM radio reported McAllister’s statement to the daily newspapers Blic. “Yes, I welcome the initiative of President Aleksandar Vučić to launch a domestic dialogue on this issue,” David McAllister […]

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Until October Washington and Berlin decide on envoys (Danas)

By   /  05/09/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Belgrade based daily Danas writes today, based on unofficial diplomatic sources, that the United States and Germany are considering who will be their envoys in the next phase of the Brussels dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, and that it is expected that the decision on their names would be made and disclosed in a month time. […]

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Everything ok in Kosovo? No, it is not (DW, B92)

By   /  23/06/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

DW in Serbian language reported that Bundestag extended the mandate of the Bundeswehr in Kosovo for one more year, but representatives of all political parties condemned mentioning of “Greater Albania.” As article further said the concern was expressed over the possibility that Ramush Haradinaj could become new Kosovo Prime Minister. DW reported that every year […]

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Lamert: Serbia should change its Constitution (Epoka e Re)

By   /  16/06/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The President of the German Bundestag, Norbert Lammert, said during his visit to Belgrade that Serbia should change its Constitution in order to join the EU. Lamert spoke about the manner this issue should precede. “Change of the Constitution should be made through dialogue at the Parliament, and then to move forward,” he said. Serbian […]

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UNMIK Headlines 15 June

By   /  15/06/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• “Quint to support whoever forms new government” (Koha Ditore)
• Ambassador Delawie meets Vetevendosje leaders (Dialogplus/Telegrafi)
• Haradinaj: Government, a week after certification of results (Kosova Sot)
• LDK does not want coalition with PAN (Epoka e Re)
• President Thaci risks violating the Constitution of Kosovo (Koha Ditore)
• EP resolution calls for swift formation of new government in Kosovo (Koha)

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Flessenkemper: Western Balkan countries are poorer than they were 30 years ago (InSerbia)

By   /  14/06/2017  /  International  /  No Comments

The Western Balkan countries are poorer than they were 30 years ago, which is why they will need at least 25 years to reach the EU and therefore Germany has submitted a plan “Berlin process plus”, said project director for the Balkans at the European Institute CIFE in Nice and member of the Advisory group […]

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“Normalization of relations with Kosovo necessary condition” (B92)

By   /  13/04/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbia has the clearest stability of all countries in the region and it wants to have a stabilizing effect on other Western Balkan states. This is what Serbian Prime Minister and President-elect Aleksandar Vucic said after meeting with German Vice Chancellor and Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on in Belgrade on Wednesday. Germany has always been […]

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Presidency: Serbia will never accept independence of Kosovo (Tanjug, Vecernje Novosti)

By   /  14/09/2016  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbia will never accept Kosovo-Metohija’s independence, and it meets the conditions for EU accession as long as recognition of Kosovo is not required, Serbian presidential adviser Stanislava Pak said in a comment on a statement by German Foreign Office official Michael Roth, who said that, before Serbia’s EU accession, everything must be clear regarding Kosovo. […]

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“No new conditions for Serbia on EU path” (B92)

By   /  24/06/2016  /  Serb. Monitoring, Uncategorized  /  No Comments

Germany “supports Serbia’s European Union membership and there are no new conditions for the country on the path towards the EU.” However, it is expected to coordinate its foreign policy with EU positions, German Ambassador to Serbia Axel Dittmann said Thursday. Commenting on a statement by Michael Roth, Minister of State for Europe at the […]

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