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UN Office supports mobile market in Gjilan/Gnjilane (Koha Ditore)

By   /  24/01/2018  /  Development/Humanitarian  /  No Comments

Gjilan/Gnjilane Mayor, Lutfi Haziri, met Caroline Onekalit from the UN Office in Kosovo’s community support and signed a memorandum of understanding regarding a USD 27,000 investment in public infrastructure in areas where different communities live. Haziri said there funding will be provided for the “Green Market” project near the Orthodox Church building in the city. […]

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Kosovo’s Foreign Policy 2 (Koha Ditore)

By   /  23/01/2018  /  Opinions  /  No Comments

By Marc Weller Counselling caution in the exercise of Kosovo’s foreign policy is not the same as suggesting that Pristina must bow to every demand made by the international community. It is right to point to the unbalanced treatment of Kosovo, especially when compared to the easy rehabilitation of Serbia. Kosovo is also entitled to […]

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Bajrami: Murder will have a profound impact on the political situation; Maliqi: Serbia wants to provoke the crisis (Danas)

By   /  17/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The editor-in-chief of the Pristina daily Koha Ditore Agron Bajrami told Belgrade based daily Danas that the murder of Ivanovic is a terrible crime that will have a profound effect not only on the situation between the Kosovo Serbs in the North, but throughout Kosovo. “Certainly, it’s hard to say who is behind this crime, […]

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IMF: Do not increase the number of veterans (Koha)

By   /  12/12/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Head of the International Monetary Fund for Kosovo, Stephanie Eble, appealed to Kosovo authorities not to increase number of pension and non-contributory schemes. During a press conference held together with the Minister of Finance Bedri Hamza, she said that Kosovo continues to mark sustainable growth due to investments and exports. “Programs for social benefits should […]

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President Thaci to also address Kosovo MPs (Koha Ditore)

By   /  06/12/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Following his address to the members of the Kosovo Security Force yesterday, President of Kosovo Hashim Thaci’s office was asked to comment on why he did not address Kosovo MPs as required by the Constitution of Kosovo. The answer stressed that Thaci is waiting for the Kosovo Assembly presidency to set the date for such […]

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EU: Arbitrage is not a solution for visas (Koha Ditore)

By   /  09/11/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The announcement of the government that demarcation of the border with Montenegro might end up at the Permanent Court of Arbitration, has not shaken the position of the European Commission. Officials of the EU institutions who assesses fulfillment of the criteria for visa liberalization, mentioned the two remaining criteria as inseparable. The Commission expects fulfillment […]

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UNMIK Headlines 31 August

By   /  31/08/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• Thaci’s initiative for unity team, not supported (Koha Ditore)
• U.S. Senator Johnson visited Kosovo, met Thaci and Mustafa (Koha)
• “President Thaci demands a more dynamic dialogue” (Epoka)
• Mustafa accuses political opponents and former U.S. Ambassadors (Epoka)
• Tim Judah: Thaci has never been in a weaker position (Lajmi)
• Shala: Kosovo Assembly to be constituted during first week of September (Zeri)

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UNMIK Headlines 28 August

By   /  28/08/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• LDK-Vetevendosje efforts for agreement intensify (Koha Ditore)
• PAN to continue with Veseli, despite failures (Zeri)
• Brnabic: I do not believe Serbia would recognize Kosovo (media)
• Mustafa: I do not see any possibility for broad-based government (media)
• Serbia threatens FYROM over Kosovo (RTK)
• Bahtiri: AKR to unblock political situation very soon (Lajmi.net)

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UNMIK Headlines 23 August

By   /  23/08/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• Pacolli returns to the party that “strangled” him (Koha)
• Hoxhaj: New government could review demarcation deal (Koha)
• Vucic: I once told Edita Tahiri “leave the room” (RTK)
• McAllister: A legally binding agreement between Kosovo and Serbia (DW)
• Agreement on division of ministries (Zeri)
• Vetevendosje activists released from detention and house arrest (Zeri)
• EU calls for calm after FYROM, Serbia diplomatic incident (Kallxo.com)

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UNMIK Headlines 22 August

By   /  22/08/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• AKR starts negotiations with Haradinaj’s government (Koha Ditore)
• AKR accuses LDK for breach of agreement and biased decisions (media)
• Tahiri: Serbia requests reconciliation without apologizing (Kallxo.com)
• Kosovo believes to have the votes for Interpol membership (RFE)
• Limaj confirms discussions with AKR (TV Dukagjini)
• President Thaci declares Tuesday a day of mourning in Kosovo (media)

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UNMIK Headlines 21 August

By   /  21/08/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• Interpol to be postponed for another year (Koha Ditore)
• AKR requests from Pacolli to find solution outside LAA (Koha Ditore)
• Ymeri: PAN continues to block Kosovo (Koha Ditore)
• CEC: Deadline to apply for local elections on Tuesday (media)
• Sejdiu: I will not vote for PAN coalition (Lajmi.net)
• Brnabic: It is important that dialogue for Kosovo has started (media)

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UNMIK Headlines 18 August

By   /  18/08/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

Pacolli postpones the ultimatum (Koha Ditore)
Delawie to MPs: Find a solution, do not argue pointlessly (Klan Kosova)
PAN: Next week, crucial for creation of institutions (Epoka e Re)
Abdixhiku: LDK does not accept any ultimatum (Zeri)
Buja: I did not have other solution but to leave PDK (Epoka e Re)
SRSG Zahir Tanin condemns the attack against Parim Olluri (Insajderi)
Kosovo leaders condemn terrorist attack in Barcelona (media)
 

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