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“Old, New, Orthodox” – CIA predicts a fragmented Europe (Vecernje Novosti, B92)

By   /  10/07/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The US intelligence service CIA, and the agency Stratfor, have predicted big changes on European soil, Belgrade-based daily Vecernje Novosti is reporting. Namely, the CIA sees the European continent as quite different to what it is today in the near future – divided in three parts: “new,” “old,” and “(Christian) Orthodox” – and Serbia would […]

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Thaci: Serbia has committed genocide in Kosovo; Djuric’s case a provocation of the Serbian authorities (Blic)

By   /  14/06/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Kosovo President Hashim Thaci says in an interview with the Vienna daily Presse that the ”case” of Marko Djuric was unnecessary and that something like this should not be repeated, and that he agreed with the President of Serbia about necessity of the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina, reports Belgrade based daily Blic. – Djuric’s case […]

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Turkish citizens deported through a ‘commercial flight’ (Prishtina Insight)

By   /  23/05/2018  /  International  /  No Comments

The six Turkish nationals forcefully removed from Kosovo in March were deported through a misrepresented commercial flight, the Civil Aviation Authority confirmed today. The airline company, whose plane carried the six Turkish nationals who were forcefully removed from Kosovo to Turkey in March, misrepresented its flight’s purpose. On March 29, six Turkish nationals were deported […]

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It wasn’t like this in Europe even before WW1, says Vucic (B92, Tanjug)

By   /  22/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The climate has changed in Europe, the situation in the world has never been this complicated, not even before the First World War, says Aleksandar Vucic. The Serbian president in this way commented on rigid Dutch and French stance regarding EU candidate countries opening new accession negotiation chapters in June, and Serbia’s position and chances […]

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EU Summit on WB: Enlargement possible, but many obstacles (N1)

By   /  15/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The forthcoming European Union Summit on Western Balkans in Sofia will be an incentive to linkage and enlargement, but the potential candidate countries still face a number of obstacles, a conference in Belgrade has been told on Monday. The issue of enlargement was back on the EU’s agenda thanks to the Bulgarian presidency over the […]

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Kosovo Ombudsperson: The extradition of six Turkish nationals in violation of human rights and procedures (Prishtina Insight)

By   /  08/05/2018  /  International  /  No Comments

The ‘deportation’ of six Turkish nationals was done in violation of rights ensured by the European Convention of Human Rights and Kosovo laws, a new report by the Ombudsperson office finds. In an interview following the publication of the Ombudsperson report on the forceful removal of six Turkish nationals on March 29, Hilmi Jashari, Kosovo […]

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Kosovo Ombudsman: In the case of deportation of six Turkish citizens there have been human rights violations (N1)

By   /  05/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Kosovo Ombudsman Hilmi Jashari said human rights have been violated in the process of detention and deportation of six Turkish citizens, regional broadcaster N1 reports. Jashari points out that their right was violated when they were deported without a court procedure and which requires the Constitution and the laws of Kosovo. “When someone is charged […]

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Vucic “doesn’t expect good news” from EU-W. Balkans summit (B92)

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

Aleksandar Vucic says he is “looking forward to each encounter at the EU-Western Balkans summit in Sofia.” But, the president continued on Tuesday, he “doesn’t expect particularly good news for our country.” “We’re have a big problem. We’ve made many mistakes, many circumstances are not in our favor, but it remains for us to protect, […]

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Reactions in the EU on the arrest of Turkish nationals in Kosovo (Independent Balkan News agency)

By   /  03/04/2018  /  International  /  No Comments

The arrest of six Turkish nationals who lived in Kosovo and their extradition to Turkey, where they are accused by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has prompted a strong reaction in different EU circles. Officials within the European Parliament and representatives of different organizations that handle human rights, have come out with appeals calling for the […]

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FETO organized Turkey coup, they’re same as KLA – JS leader (Tanjug, B92)

By   /  14/03/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

United Serbia (JS) leader Dragan Markovic Palma said in Ankara that the coup attempt in Turkey was organized by FETO, which is the same as the KLA for Serbia. According to him, when two years ago the attempted coup was organized in Turkey, Serbia was among the first countries to give support to the Turkish […]

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Lajmi: Turkey pressures Kosovo into extraditing terror suspect  

By   /  02/11/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

News website Lajmi reports that the Turkish Ambassador to Kosovo, Kıvılcım Kılıç, in a statement to the media said that the arrest of the Turkish national, Ugur Toksoy, by Kosovo authorities in Prizren came as a result of an arrest warrant issued by a court in Hatay, Turkey and that Toksoy is charged for being […]

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CDHRF: Toksoy should not be extradited to Turkey (Koha)

By   /  31/10/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The Kosovo-based Council for Defence of Human Rights and Freedoms (CDHRF) said Kosovo courts should decide against extradition of the Turkish national, Ugur Toksoy, to Turkey saying the request is politically motivated. Toksoy was arrested in Prizren and is accused by Turkish authorities of links to the Gulen movement. CDHRF said in a statement that […]

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