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Ahmeti: Change of Kosovo borders, with domino effect (KosovaPress)

By   /  12/10/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The leader of the Democratic Union for Integration (BDI) in Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Ali Ahmeti, told Kosovapress that statements of senior politicians in Serbia to redesign borders of Kosovo, are dangerous and with a domino effect for Western Balkans. He added that these matters should be considered seriously and with a cold […]

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Haradinaj: SAA implementation paves way to visa liberalisation (Kosovapress)

By   /  05/10/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Prime Minister of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, said today at the meeting of the Council for implementation of government strategy on cooperation with the civil society that if Kosovo does its homework and makes quick progress on implementation of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA), it could gain EU candidate status as well as visa liberalisation. […]

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FOL: Kosovo courts improved performance on trying corruption cases (Kosovapress)

By   /  03/10/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Kosovo-based non-governmental organization FOL, presented today statistics regarding court’s performance on addressing corruption cases covering the period between January and June 2017. Jeton Zylfaj, programme manager at FOL, said this period marked an increase of court performance by 120% but that there is still a backlog of cases which the court need to address. He […]

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Women underrepresented in Kosovo public enterprises (Kosovapress)

By   /  19/09/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

A study carried out by the Kosovo-based Institute for Advanced Studies (GAP) found that women are underrepresented in leading posts of public enterprises, with only 15 percent of them being members of boards. “In 31 public enterprises we looked into, of 159 members of boards only 24 are women. Only five boards are chaired by […]

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Simic: We have to consult Belgrade before endorsing new government (Kosovapress)

By   /  07/09/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Serbian List MP, Igor Simic, said today that the Serbian List will vote in favour of PAN-AKR’s candidate for Assembly speaker but that with regards to the voting of the Kosovo government, it will need to first consult authorities in Belgrade. “We will decide after consultations with the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and director […]

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Djuric and Serbian Education Minister, stopped from entering Kosovo (KosovaPress)

By   /  04/09/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Sources from KosovaPress informed that Director of the Office for Kosovo at the Serbian government, Marko Djuric and Serbia’s Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Mladen Sarcevic, were stopped from entering Kosovo territory. The same source informed that Djuric and Sarcevic were blocked at Jarinje border crossing by Kosovo security bodies. It is not known […]

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Konjufca: We do not support Veseli for Assembly Speaker (Kosovapress)

By   /  10/08/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Vetevendosje’s Glauk Konjufca said during today’s constitutive session of the Assembly that PAN is intentionally boycotting the sessions because it does not have enough votes to elect speaker. “They don’t have the numbers. They don’t want to be in the opposition. We are tired of hearing them say they’re election winners and have the votes. […]

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Guterres: No progress in Belgrade-Pristina dialogue (Kosovapress)

By   /  09/08/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, said Belgrade-Pristina dialogue is facing serious challenges and that no sufficient progress has been made, including with regards to the establishment of Association/Community of Serb-majority municipalities. He also called on the two parties to revive the process. UN SG made the remarks in his regular quarterly report on activities of […]

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Outgoing PM Mustafa appoints new ministers (Kosovapress)

By   /  07/08/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Outgoing Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa, announced the names of four new ministers set to replace the ones elected to the Kosovo Assembly. Avdullah Hoti will be replaced by his deputy Agim Krasniqi to the post of Finance Minister; Vlora Dumoshi will replace Kujtim Shala as the new Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports; […]

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Search for missing persons underway in Gllareva village (Kosovapress)

By   /  07/08/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Excavations are underway in the village of Gllareva, Klina municipality, in an effort to determine the identity of human remains buried at the site. Kosovapress reports that forensic teams have already exhumed one body believed to be a victim of the 1998-1999 conflict in Kosovo. According to Prenk Gjetaj, head of Kosovo government’s commission on […]

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Minister: Kosovo not sliding towards energy crisis (Koha/Kosovapress)

By   /  02/08/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Minister of Economic Development, Blerand Stavileci, said there is no room for panic with regards to concerns over Kosovo’s energy supply. Stavileci said relevant institutions have undertaken all necessary actions to ensure electricity supply. Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning, Ferat Shala, said his ministry is implementing the law on expropriation but until its full […]

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Tahiri sends report to EU on implementation of Brussels agreements (Kosovapress)

By   /  21/07/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Kosovo’s Minister for Dialogue, Edita Tahiri, has sent a report to European Union authorities on the process of implementation of agreements reached in the framework of normalization of relations dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia. In the report, Tahiri accuses Serbia of “sabotage” and “blockades” and of “seriously failing” to fulfill its part of the agreement, […]

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