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Government of Kosovo allocates €31,000 for “Civil Protection” integration (Koha)

By   /  19/04/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The government of Kosovo has allocated €31,000 aimed at integration of the members of the “Civil Protection” into Kosovo institutions. Minister for Dialogue, Edita Tahiri, said the move finalizes the integration of the structure operating in the north of Kosovo considered illegal by the government in Pristina.

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War Justice Strategy for Kosovo Undermined by Divisions (Balkan Insight)

By   /  12/04/2017  /  International  /  No Comments

A Kosovo government-backed working group set up to draft a national strategy for dealing with the wartime past has been troubled by divisions, disputes and failures to deliver, a new report says. Kosovo’s Inter-Ministerial Working Group on Dealing with the Past and Reconciliation (IMWG) has been working since 2012 on developing a National Strategy on […]

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UNMIK Headlines 10 April

By   /  10/04/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

NATO official hopes Serbia-Kosovo tensions will ease after vote (Zeri)
• Fungo: Unilateral army breaches Kosovo’s relations with NATO (Zeri)
• Vucic says war statements are exaggerated (Kosova Sot)
• Adoption of municipal symbols, prerequisite for Association (Koha)
• OSCE with a special role on drafting Association statute (Kosova Sot)
• Serbian List becomes party, Simic and Jablanovic submit requests (Zeri)

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UNMIK Headlines 7 April

By   /  07/04/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

Decision on Haradinaj’s extradition request set for 27 April (Koha Ditore)
Mustafa: Elections to be held in 2018 (RTK)
Opposition to initiate no-confidence motion against government (Epoka e Re)
Jablanovic: I did not insult Gjakova/Djakovica mothers (Tribuna Channel)
KEDS bills north’s unpaid electricity to the rest of Kosovo residents (Zeri)

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UNMIK Headlines 6 April

By   /  06/04/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• “Clashes inside the Serbian List over leader’s post” (Koha Ditore)
• Limaj: It is time for motion of no confidence (Epoka e Re)
• Vetevendosje supports no-confidence motion (Klan Kosova)
• Grabovci: If obligations are not fulfilled, we head to early elections (Bota)
• Kosovo admitted as observer to World Jewish Congress (Telegrafi)
• Kosovo officially refuses the idea for a joint regional market (Lajmi)
• “Jevtic to either resign or face dismissal” (Koha)

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What was discussed last night at the meeting between government and opposition (gazeta metro)

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

Representatives of the Albanian political parties at coalition government and those of the opposition parties, met on Friday afternoon. Media were not allowed at the meeting where deputy leaders of the political parties reportedly discussed the current political issues. “It was a very long and not an easy meeting; we discussed significant issues, such as […]

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UNMIK Headlines 3 April

By   /  03/04/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• Vucic claims victory in Serbian presidential elections (dailies)
• Government ready to submit border deal to Assembly (Koha Ditore)
• Haliti: Government will not submit border deal without securing votes (Zeri)
• COMKFOR: Kosovo army, political issue (Zeri)
• Haradinaj doubts France will extradite him to Serbia (Telegrafi)
• Apostolova: Freedom of expression, the most cherished European value (Zeri)
• Turkey concerned Thaci’s son is attending Gulen school (Koha Ditore)

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UNMIK Headlines 01 April

By   /  01/04/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• Thaci: Political murders should not be used for election campaign (RTK, Lajmi)
• OSCE helps process of Serbian presidential elections in Kosovo (RTK)
• Recica: Creation of army, only through constitutional changes (RTK)
• Discussions on Association to start next week (Koha Ditore)

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UNMIK Headlines 28 March

By   /  28/03/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

Thaci: Only demarcation can bring visa liberalisation (Tribuna Channel)
Despite Serbian List return, coalition experiences a vote crisis (Koha Ditore)
Kosovo government conditions Vucic’s visit (Koha Ditore/Telegrafi)
U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary to visit Kosovo today (Indeksonline)
Kosovo no strategy to manage post-special court indictments situation (Koha)
Assembly MPs visit for the first time Police Station in Zubin Potok (Epoka)
Thirteen displaced families return to Istog municipality (Zeri)

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UNMIK Headlines 18 March

By   /  18/03/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports  /  No Comments

• Thaci believes 110 MPs would vote creation of army (Epoka e Re)
• An army with 8000 soldiers (Zeri)
• Three Ministries say yes to KSF draft law (Koha Ditore)
• COMKFOR: Situation in Kosovo stabile, NATO to decide on KSF (Lajmi)
• U.S. Embassy on the Law on Execution of Penal Sanctions (U.S. Embassy, media)

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“Kosovo automatically inherited property of Yugoslavia and Serbia” (RTK)

By   /  17/03/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Kosovo’s Ministry of Justice has issued a press release specifying that the decision of the government of Kosovo to register as its own the immovable property originally registered under former Yugoslavia and Serbia is based on the Constitution of Kosovo and declaration of Kosovo’s independence.  “As an independent country and based on international law rules, […]

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Kosovo government allocates over €1.5m for special court indictees (RFE)

By   /  15/03/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The government of Kosovo has set aside over €1.5 million for legal aid to persons that could be indicted by specialist chamber. The funds were allocated in accordance to a legislation stipulating that persons indicted by the court could seek assistance in covering their legal fees. Analyst Imer Mushkolaj considers funding of legal assistance for […]

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