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“Bulgaria will fully respect Kosovo’s status neutrality” (RTS, Vecernje Novosti, Tanjug, B92)

By   /  03/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Spokesman for the Bulgarian EU presidency Genoveva Chervenakova says to Belgrade based daily Vecernje Novosti that Bulgaria will fully respect the status neutrality of Kosovo at the EU-Western Balkans summit to be organized in May. Daily writes that Bulgarians currently are trying to persuade all EU members that it will not be interfered with status […]

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PM asked what Serbia intends to do on issue of Kosovo (B92, Tanjug)

By   /  03/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

PM Ana Brnabic said on Monday she would support Serbs in Kosovo in forming the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO) if Pristina fails to do it. “If Pristina doesn’t want to respect its own obligations, of course – I will offer my full support to Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija to form the ZSO, and […]

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Bytyqi in Belgrade: Meeting with Scott and Prosecutor (Vesti, Tanjug)

By   /  20/03/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Portal Vesti reports that Ilir Bytyqi, whose three brothers, Ylli, Agron and Mehmet, were killed in 1999 in Serbia, met with the US Ambassador Kyle Scott in Belgrade. He then spoke with war crimes prosecutor Snezana Jovanovic about the progress of the investigation into the murder of his brothers. He will also meet Justice Minister […]

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“Vucic and Thaci invited, EU expects full implementation…” (B92)

By   /  20/03/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The EU expects full implementation of all Belgrade-Pristina dialogue agreements, including the one to establish the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO). This has been stated by European Commission spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic on the eve of a new round of technical dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina delegations, which begins later in the afternoon in Brussels and […]

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“Any changes to ZSO deal would collapse Brussels agreement” (B92, Tanjug)

By   /  26/02/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says that Belgrade will not allow changes to be made to the ZSO agreement that Pristina intends to propose. Dacic emphasized in a statement for Radio Belgrade over the weekend that any amending of the agreement on the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO) in Kosovo and Metohija was out of the […]

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Dacic announces his “contribution” to Kosovo anniversary (B92, Tanjug)

By   /  19/02/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic announced on Saturday that Burundi had revoked its recognition of Kosovo. Dacic was in this African country on Thursday. “These days the tenth anniversary is marked in Pristina of the unilateral proclamation of Kosovo’s independence. I wish to make my contribution. I brought with me a note from Burundi’s Foreign Ministry, […]

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Barbados gets Serbia’s protest note over “astonishing act” (B92, Beta, Tanjug)

By   /  16/02/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has sent a protest note to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Barbados. The note states that Belgrade received the news of the decision of Barbados to recognize Kosovo “with astonishment.” “Such an unreasonable and unexpected act comes at a time when many countries around the […]

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Dacic: Don’t send us arrogant messages; don’t insult us (B92, Tanjug)

By   /  16/02/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says it is “absolutely counterproductive that some foreign ministers are sending arrogant messages to Belgrade.” Dacic, who is taking part in an informal meeting of EU and candidate countries’ foreign ministers in Sofia, Bulgaria, noted on Friday that when it comes to bilateral disputes, EU’s stance is “not to import instability, […]

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Austrian chancellor assures stance on Kosovo won’t change (Tanjug, B92)

By   /  14/02/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

A political storm in Vienna caused by the Austrian vice-chancellor’s statement that Kosovo is a part of Serbia is not dying down, Tanjug is reporting. Speaking ahead of Wednesday’s session of his cabinet, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said Austria was “a friend that supports the Western Balkans and is trying to contribute to the normalization […]

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Kocijancic: EU members on its own decide on the recognition of Kosovo (TV Most, Tanjug)

By   /  12/02/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

European Commission spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic today did not want to comment the statement by Austrian Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strahe regarding the status of Kosovo, stressing that the issue of recognition concerns only the member states, reports TV Most. Answering the Austrian media’s question about the position of the European Commission towards the statement of the Austrian […]

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Austrian vice-chancellor: Kosovo undoubtedly part of Serbia (B92, Beta, Tanjug, Politika, RTS)

By   /  12/02/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Kosovo is without a doubt a part of Serbia, says Austrian Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache. In an interview for Belgrade-based daily Politika ahead of his visit to Serbia, Strache said it would be desirable if northern Kosovo had the right to “self-determination or autonomy” – and that it would be wrong to pressure Belgrade to recognize […]

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Paunovic called on the UN to determine the human rights situation in Kosovo (Tanjug, Vecernje Novosti)

By   /  25/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Belgrade based Tanjug news agency reports that Serbia from 2013 until now requested from the eight contracting bodies of United Nations that UNMIK reports on the application of the standards of valid conventions on the territory of Kosovo. Director of the Office for Human and Minority Rights Suzana Paunovic said yesterday and called on the […]

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