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Fajon requests voting of demarcation, Kadaj-Bujupi objects (Gazeta Metro)

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 In her second day of the visit to Pristina, European Parliament’s Rapporteur on visa liberalisation for Kosovo, Tanja Fajon, continued with her meetings with the Parliament of Kosovo. Fajon met with the Commission for European Integration, to speak about visa liberalization, while the main subject of the discussions was voting of the demarcation of the […]

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Headlines 21 February

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• Fajon: Vote against demarcation to delay visa liberalisation (Koha Ditore)
• The only geographer at State Commission for Demarcation resigns (dailies)
• Haxhiu warns of tensions if demarcation is resubmitted to Assembly (Koha)
• AAK: Government behavior, dangerous (Epoka e Re)
• “Demarcation unjustly imposed as condition for visa liberalisation” (Epoka)
• MEP Fajon meets Serbian List leader Simic (Zeri)
• Hoxhaj: Croatia, important partner for Kosovo (dailies)

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UNMIK Headlines 13 February

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• Mustafa: Pace of dialogue to be stepped up (Telegrafi)
• Mustafa: Let us vote the demarcation (Zeri)
• Kurti: Border demarcation agreement is dead (Bota Sot/Zeri)
• Serbian List to return to institutions over the Association (Koha)
• Some PDK MPs speak about elections in May or June (Zeri)
• Haradinaj to Dacic: I was freedom fighter not invader like you (Kosova Sot)

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UNMIK Headlines 10 February

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French court postpones decision on Haradinaj (dailies)
Thaci calls on MPs to vote border demarcation (Koha Ditore)
Hoxhaj: We will apply for EU candidacy status this year (Zëri)
Nikolic: The EU is completely on Pristina’s side (RTK)
Kurti: 10 February laid groundwork for freedom and self-determination (Epoka)
CDHRF seeks justice for victims of 10 February 2007 (Epoka e Re)

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UNMIK Headlines 6 February

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• Mitrovica wall demolished, authorities indicate another construction (media)
• Mustafa: Demolition of wall, internal issue (dailies)
• Thaci: Dialogue is working (RTK)
• Mogherini: Reopening of Mitrovica Bridge contributes to reconciliation
• Veseli: Walls belong to the past, Kosovo looks to the future (Kosova Sot)
• Molliqaj: The wall will be moved to a different spot (Epoka e Re)

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UNMIK Headlines 2 February

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Headlines – 02.02.2017 No agreement after high-level meeting between Kosovo and Serbia (media) Opposition: Government failed to demolish the wall, it must resign (media) U.S. determined to keep stability in Kosovo (Gazeta Metro) Three steps before Special Court can become operational (Koha) Decision on Haradinaj, after a week (Zëri) Demolli: We must continue our good […]

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Headlines 24 January

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Dialogue in the hands of the presidents (Epoka e Re)
“Serbia’s arrest warrants to be discussed in Brussels” (Telegrafi)
Vetevendosje wants special session of Assembly to discuss dialogue (Bota Sot)
Serbian train, focus of Bushati-Mogherini meeting (Koha Ditore)
President Thaci has been denounced before special court (Koha Ditore)
Haradinaj: I will not be extradited to Serbia (Epoka e Re)
No results expected on measuring the territory without the opposition (Epoka)

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Konjufca: Governments of Kosovo and Serbia are orchestrating spectacles (Gazeta Metro)

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Head of the Vetëvednosje parliamentary group, Glauk Konjufca, said today at the Assembly session that government of Kosovo and Serbia are orchestrating spectacles, by stopping a train and not removing a wall. He added that situation in the north cannot improve by demolition of the wall or by stopping Serbian trains, but by dissolving of […]

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Headlines 17 January

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• Thaci: Serbia planning to annex the north of Kosovo (Koha Ditore)
• Mustafa: Dialogue will not stop (VOA)
• Mogherini with a message for Kosovo and Serbia (Gazeta Metro)
• NATO: Kosovo police can go to north without KFOR permission (Kosova Sot)
• Hoxhaj: Kosovo will respond to Serbia’s aggresion (RTK)
• “Serbia’s provocations should alarm international community” (Epoka)
• AAK: Train was part of plan to reoccupy Kosovo (Koha Ditore)
• Vetevendosje presents forensic results from Assembly attack case (Koha)
• Government invites opposition experts for border demarcation (Indeksonline)

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Headlines 7 January

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• Kosovo Assembly to hold extraordinary session for Haradinaj (Koha)
• Haradinaj’s release demanded in a protest in France (Telegrafi)
• Haliti: Mitrovica North wall not to be demolished by 20 January (RTK)
• Citizens oppose visit of Serb pilgrims to Gjakova/Djakovica (Koha)

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Headlines 4 January

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Tahiri: In 2017, dialogue will enter final phase (Epoka)
“Mitrovica North wall issue to be resolved through dialogue” (Zeri)
Serbian List demands establishment of Association/Community (Kosova Sot)
Ymeri: Right path this year will start with government’s resignation (Epoka)
Thaci congratulates new UN chief Guterres (Lajmi)
2017, the year of the Special Court (Koha)

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Headlines 28 December

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• Kosovo government: Serbia is trying to destabilise Kosovo (Koha)
• Kosovo Assembly postpones resolution on Mitrovica wall (Kosova Sot)
• Rakic: The wall, part of revitalisation of bridge agreement (Zeri)
• Poll: PDK first, followed by LVV, LDK, AAK-NISMA and AKR (Epoka)
• “Serbia does not want normalisation of relations with Kosovo” (Epoka)
• UN does not recognise Enver Hoxhaj as Foreign Minister (Bota Sot)
• Only Kosovo’s ambassador invited to Trump’s inauguration (Zeri)

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