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UNMIK Headlines 23 May

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• PDK and LDK did not envisage pay raise until 2020 (Koha Ditore)
• Competition is done by political programs not by war or peace wings (Epoka)
• CEC does not extend deadline for Diaspora voters (Koha Ditore)
• Political parties do not respect official terms for election campaign (Epoka)
• IMC bans media from airing election debates (dailies)
• Haradinaj: We will create the army during the first 90 days of work (RTK)
• Thaci in Vienna: We do not seek confrontation with EU (Koha Ditore)
• O’Connell: I would not vote candidates with indictments (Gazeta Metro)

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Đurić: Elections of fateful importance for the future of the Serbian people (Danas, N1)

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In Kosovo on June 11 are scheduled elections of fateful importance for the Serbian people in Kosovo and only the Serbian list can guarantee that an army of Kosovo will not be formed, this was said at a press conference after a meeting of representatives of the Serbian List and Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić, writes […]

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UNMIK Headlines 22 May

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Parties don’t heed appeals to ‘clean’ election ballots (Koha Ditore)
PDK and LDK continue to keep their ballots under wraps (Zeri)
Daka: Problems with diaspora voters due to snap elections (Koha Ditore)
Veseli: Elections called because of government’s lack of vision (Zeri)
Kurti presents Vetevendosje’s political programme (dailies)
Haradinaj promises visa liberalisation in three months’ time (Kosova Sot)
Pacolli: With Vetevendosje after elections (Zeri)
“Serbian List would prevent creation of Kosovo’s army” (Lajmi)
Apostolova: Kosovo decides on whether to renegotiate demarcation (RTK)
Thaci travels to Austria to meet President Van der Bellen (RTK)

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UNMIK Headlines 18 May

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“Guns vs. Roses” election battle (Koha Ditore/Epoka e Re)
“War wing” aims over 50 percent of votes (Epoka e Re)
No coalition agreement reached between LDK and Vetevendosje (dailies)
U.S. reiterates: Support uncorrupt candidates (Zeri)
100 observers from the EU will be monitoring elections (Epoka e Re)
IMF advises parties not to promise pay raise during election campaign (Koha)

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Haradinaj: No room in Kosovo for association of Serb municipalities (Insajderi)

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Ramush Haradinaj, leader of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) and candidate for prime minister from the coalition with the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) and the Initiative for Kosovo (NISMA), said at a memorial ceremony in the village of Jabllanica that he would use the trust given by the citizens and the […]

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Region is “exposed to risks from escalating rhetoric” – EU (B92)

By   /  16/05/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The EU has been repeatedly “called out” by Belgrade for failing to react to statements made by Ramush Haradinaj. This topic has now been addressed by Federica Mogherini’s spokeswoman. Maja Kocijancic assessed that “statements that can be interpreted as political interference in neighboring countries are not helpful in building good neighborly relations in the Western […]

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“Albanians won’t set foot on millimeter of central Serbia” (B92)

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Albanians will not be able to set foot on a millimeter of central Seria – but constant threats against the Serb people in Kosovo are cause for concern. Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic told this to the daily Blic, adding that threats coming from Ramush Haradinaj about taking Serbian territory do not represent the position of […]

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UNMIK Headlines 15 May

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LDK against the idea of a broad pre-election coalition (Koha Ditore)
Veseli: Elections came as consequence of Mustafa’s failure (Epoka e Re)
Haradinaj: Internationals to settle Kosovo-Serbia outstanding issues (Koha)
Xharra in a stable condition following assault (Koha/Insajderi)
Hoyt hopes new Kosovo prime minister will ratify demarcation (Lajmi)
Rakic blames EU for murders in the north (Zëri)

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UNMIK Headlines 9 May

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U.S. calls on Kosovo Assembly to ratify border agreement (Zeri/RTK)
Today is LDK’s exam in front of Delawie (RTK)
Next 48 hours, decisive for PDK’s positions (Epoka e Re)
Apostolova: No guarantees for visa liberalisation (Zeri/Klan Kosova)
Haradinaj: Kosovo still has unfinished duties (Koha Ditore)
“Peoples’ eye” warns against ratification of border demarcation (Epoka)

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Rakic: International community to react to Haradinaj’s threats (KiM radio)

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North Mitrovica Mayor Goran Rakić says on the occasion of the latest threats of Ramush Haradinaj that it is not in the interest of the Albanian people also to be represented by those who advocate hatred and violence and called on the international community to respond to threats of Albanian leaders, which do not contribute […]

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Vucic responds to Haradinaj’s threats: “I know who you are” (B92)

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Prime Minister and President-elect Aleksandar Vucic on Wednesday reacted to Ramush Haradinaj’s latest threats to say that he “knows very well who Haradinaj is.” The Kosovo Albanian politician and former KLA leader, wanted by Belgrade on war crimes charges, earlier advised Vucic not to “mess” with him or “play with Albanians.” “They are attacking us […]

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Our reaction to Haradinaj decision was appropriate – FM (B92)

By   /  02/05/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Ivica Dacic says Serbia’s authorities took “appropriate” measures in the wake of a French court’s decision not to extradite Ramush Haradinaj. The first deputy prime minister and foreign minister said the withdrawal of the Serbian ambassador to France for consultations and three months of non-participation in conferences in France represent “a measure by which Serbia […]

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