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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, November 6, 2020

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, November 6, 2020

Albanian Language Media:

• EU missions in Kosovo: We strongly support Specialist Chambers (media)
• Hoti: Crucial to maintain stability of Kosovo institutions (Telegrafi)
• Interior Minister: Kosovo Police has stepped up readiness (media)
• Government: We will not suspend the dialogue (Koha)
• Osmani in Prekaz: This is where the proof of Serbia’s genocide lies (media)
• Thaci to appear before court on 9 November (media)
• Search operation carried out in residences of Thaci, Veseli, Selimi (media)
• Minister Selimi demands government suspend dialogue with Serbia (Koha/Klan)
• EU recalls Kosovo has pledged to continue dialogue with Serbia (Klan)
• No quorum to vote economic recovery draft law (media)
• AKR leader Pacolli calls for roundtable of political parties (media)
• COVID – 19: 12 deaths, 728 new cases (media)
• Kosovo could go into lockdown this weekend (Radio Free Europe)

Serbian Language Media:

• SPO charges Kosovo’s Thaçi and other of at least 98 murders (N1)
• Antonijevic: Increase in number of infected persons expected next week (Kontakt plus radio)
• Dacic: Washington agreement remains regardless of who wins US presidential elections (Tanjug)
• The acting president of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani on ”peace” and ”genocidal state” (KoSSev)
• Mihajlovic: Change of generations in Kosovo, there will be no big drama about indictments (N1)
• Serwer: Serbia should not be afraid if Biden wins (Kosovo Online)
• Natasa Kandic: Serbia soon will have to answer where are the bodies of killed Albanians (Danas)
• Trial of Nenad Arsic continues (Radio KIM)

International:

• Confirmed indictment of Kosovo’s President for war crimes brings victims one step closer to long-awaited justice (Amnesty International)
• Week in Review: Fake News and Hard Realities (Balkan Insight)
• ‘We need a fresh start in the US, in the Balkans, in Europe, and in the world’ (N1 Sarajevo, Atlantic Initiative)
• Albanians Praise ‘Just War’ after Indicted Kosovo President Resigns (Balkan Insight)

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Belgrade Media Report 06 November 2020

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Friday 6 November 2020

LOCAL PRESS

Dacic: Regardless of who will be the US president, Serbia will continue to have good relations with the US (TV Kopernikus/FoNet/RTV)
Dacic, Godfrey: Whatever election results they would not change excellent bilateral relations (Beta)
Selakovic to Turkovic: Serbia wants to advance regional cooperation (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina

HR Inzko presents his regular report to UN SC (FTV)
Dodik: Biased HRs will be ones who will bury B&H; Cvijanovic: Inzko has been signing reports for years, but someone completely different is making them (RTRS)
HNS B&H rejects Inzko’s Report, argues that many lies were stated in it (FTV)
SDA welcomes stances expressed by USA, UK and Germany, rejects stances of Russia (Oslobodjenje)
Dodik welcomes readmission agreement signed between B&H and Pakistan (ATV)
Dzaferovic supported stances of Pakistani PM Khan who criticized the west (Dnevni avaz/VoA)
Interview with Ambassador Sattler (Oslobodjenje)
Montenegro

Krivokapic nominates Abazovic as Minister of Defense (CdM)
Abazovic: I am surprised by Krivokapic’s nomination (CdM)
Albania

SMI leader declares support for Kosovo’s Thaci (ADN)
Vienna shooting, 3 Albanians arrested (ADN)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, November 4, 2020

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, November 4, 2020

Albanian Language Media:

• COVID-19 report: Nine deaths, 546 new cases (media)
• Kosovo Government reacts to today’s police operation (media)
• Krasniqi’s lawyer says his client expected to be transferred to The Hague (media)
• NISMA: No one can stain Krasniqi’s actions (media)
• Haradinaj comments on SPO’s operation, calls it ‘concerning’ (media)
• KLA veterans: We are working with MPs to have court interpret KSC mandate (media)
• KSC calls reports on Thaci’s indictment ‘speculations’ (Koha/Klan)
• Kosovo’s FM Haradinaj-Stublla meets Italian counterpart Di Maio (media)
• Daka meets Szunyog, discuss elections in two municipalities (media)
• Sale of IPKO mobile operator suspended (Koha)
• RTK union calls on Assembly to dismiss broadcaster’s board (Koha/Kallxo)

Serbian Language Media:

• North Mitrovica Crisis Staff reported 19 new cases of Covid-19; Gracanica Crisis Staff reported one new case (Kontakt plus radio, KIM radio)
• In central Kosovo the epidemiological situation stable, in the north complicated (KIM radio)
• CBS: Discussion on north at Kosovo Assembly: Populist expositions and false claims (KoSSev)
• PM Brnabic: Serbia ready to continue dialogue with Pristina (media)
• Jeremic: Kosovo issue will not be solved soon, regardless of who would be new US president (KoSSev)
• Belgrade in show of support for Vienna (N1)
• Petkovic with Botsan-Kharchenko on Belgrade-Pristina dialogue (N1)
• RTK management elected (Kontakt plus radio, KIM radio)
• Russian Parliament ratifies free trade agreement with Serbia (BETA, N1)

Opinion:

• COVID-19 restrictions on the elderly are just cruel (Prishtina Insight)

International:

• Fake News Rivals Real News for Albanians Reading about COVID-19 (Balkan Insight)

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Belgrade Media Report 4 November 2020

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Wednesday 4 November 2020

LOCAL PRESS

Brnabic: Thematic sessions of government to be held at least once in three months (TV Prva/Beta)
Serbia strongly condemns terrorist attack in Vienna (Tanjug)
Petkovic with Botsan-Kharchenko on dialogue and situation in Kosovo and Metohija (RTV/Tanjug)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Cvijanovic meets Sattler, she points out “catastrophic” acting of CEC (ATV)
US Ambassador Nelson: No matter who the next US President is, US’ support for B&H’s success and US’ commitment to partnership with B&H will continue as strong as ever (Nova BH)
Europol requests information from SIPA about certain individuals who can be brought in connection with Vienna attack (ATV)
B&H Presidency strongly condemns terrorist attack in Vienna (FTV)
Islamic Community in B&H strongly condemns terrorist attacks in Kabul and Vienna (O kanal)
Andjelkovic: Serbs in B&H and in Kosovo were first in Europe to feel crimes committed by Islamic terrorists (RTRS)
Croatia

Croatia condemns terrorist attack in Vienna (Hina)
Montenegro

Together against terrorism and radicalism (RTCG)
Every tenth citizen would defend faith with a weapon (CdM)
Republic of North Macedonia

Pendarovski condemns Vienna attack in phone call with Austrian counterpart (Republika)
Karakachanov: No for EU negotiations without an annex to the Agreement (Republika)
Radev: Bulgaria’s proposals unlikely to enter negotiating framework (Republika)
Mickoski: Although Zaev denied, Bulgaria confirmed it requested an annex to the agreement (Republika)
Albania

Albanian among attackers of Vienna shooting; Albania significantly increased the level of security (ADN)

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Belgrade Media Report 2 November 2020

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Monday 2 November 2020

LOCAL PRESS

Vucic: Albanians do not want compromise (B92/RTS/RTV)
Vucic: It remains to be seen how much we lost with the death of Amfilohije (RTS/Tanjug)
Vucic, Rama and Zaev hold online ‘Mini-Schengen’ conference on Friday (RTS)
Positive dynamics in development of relations of Serbia, US (Tanjug/RTS)
Godfrey: Whoever wins elections, Serbia will remain important to Washington (B92/Beta)
Dacic and Chen Bo: Strengthening parliamentary cooperation between Serbia and China (Tanjug/RTS)
Krusik worker dies, another injured after an explosion (RTS)
Bajatovic removed from meeting with Mihajlovic (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Dodik: Croats planning to boycott 2022 general (Srna/TV Kurir)
Komsic reacts: It is good that Dodik revealed Covic’s policy (FTV)
RS government’s report to UNSC: Unlike RS, SDA never accepted Dayton compromise (RTRS)
US Embassy: Status of B&H as state is not matter of opinion but rather fact established by international law (O kanal)
Inzko: Mandates of current Mayors of Cities and Heads of Municipalities to last even after 1 November until newly-elected officials assume office (O kanal)
Dodik: Bishop Amfilohije united the Serb people (Srna)
Croatia

US Ambassador Kohorst: Croatia is an important ally (N1)
Montenegro

Krivokapic: Agreement on expert government has been confirmed (CdM)
List of ministers is due next week (Dan)
Funeral of Metropolitan Amfilohije (CdM)
Vucic: I don’t interfere in formation of your govt like US ambassador is doing (TV Vijesti)
Rising Reinke: America encourages Krivokapic to entrust security sector to pro-Western staff (Dan)
Republic of North Macedonia

First contingent of Macedonian peacekeepers in KFOR leaves for Kosovo (Republika)
Albania

Rama-Vucic-Zaev meeting revealed: The crisis has emphasized the need for cooperation, we invite Kosovo to join this initiative (Radio Tirana)
Netherlands ‘Okays’ North Macedonia integration, Albania out! (Radio Tirana)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, November 2, 2020

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, November 2, 2020

Albanian Language Media:

• COVID-19 report: Nine deaths, 486 new cases (media)
• Minister Zemaj warns anti-coronavirus measures may be toughened (media)
• Thaci: If no recognition proposal, dialogue destined to fail (media)
• Hoti urges Bosnia to lift visa regime and open liaison office (media)
• Kosovo FM Haradinaj-Stublla sets on official visit to Germany (media)
• Osmani: Government to reveal what it agreed in Brussels about missing persons (Koha)
• Selmanaj: Full integration happens when communities act within legitimate institutions (Klan)
• “Government’s attempt to dissolve anti-corruption task force failed” (Telegrafi)

Serbian Language Media:

• 41 new cases of Covid-19 registered in Serb areas in Kosovo on Saturday (Radio KIM)
• Borrell: Thaci’s proposal to change mandate of SC and SPO beyond Kosovo legal obligations towards EU (KoSSev)
• Vucic spoke at panel of young leaders forum, Zaev and Rama participate as well (RTS)
• Metropolitan Amfilohije buried on Sunday, numerous reactions to his death (KoSSev)
• Godfrey: Whoever wins elections, Serbia will remain important to Washington (N1)
• Four candidates for Mitrovica North mayoral elections (Kontakt plus radio)
• CEC still has no instructions of Kosovo Public Health Institute regarding elections in two municipalities (Radio Mitrovica sever)
• Serbian List reacts to Jablanovic’s statements (Kosovo-online)
• United opposition: EU must help us force government to ensure freedom of media (BETA, N1)

Opinion:

• Albanian Americans and Trump: An empty friendship (Prishtina Insight)

International:

• US Election Splits Central Europe (Balkan Insight)

Humanitarian/Development:

• Government tighten COVID-19 measures (Prishtina Insight)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, October 29, 2020

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, October 29, 2020

Albanian Language Media:

• COVID-19 report: One death, 284 new cases (media)
• Thaci condemns attack in France: terrorists will never win (RTK)
• Borrell: Dialogue in Brussels is essential for Kosovo’s European road ( media)
• Kosovo-Serbia dialogue resumes today in Brussels (Express)
• Hoti: Police Task Force was unconstitutional (Telegrafi)
• Haradinaj-Stublla demands visa liberalization from EU Presidency (RTK)
• Kosovo and Northern Macedonia soon with common border point (RTK)
• Only one candidate for Mitrovica North mayor so far (RTK)

Serbian Language Media:

21 new cases of Covid-19 in Serbian communities in Kosovo (Kontakt plus radio)
Vucic: Terrorism will never win (B92)
Petkovic and Lajcak met in Brussels (Tanjug)
Carpenter: Biden’s goal would be to strengthen Serbia in European and Euro-Atlantic structures (Danas, TV Prva)
Jevtic: Return of displaced persons at unsatisfactory level (Radio KIM)
Shaip Kamberi – a speech that marked yesterday’s Serbian National Assembly session (KoSSev)
German FM: Belgrade – Pristina agreement would have positive impact on region (N1, BETA)
Serwer: Vucic will not recognize Kosovo (B92, Kosovo Online)
Party of Kosovo Serbs letter to Central Election Commission (RTK)

Opinion:

• How Trump Lost the Balkans (foreignpolicy.com)
• Trump Has a Fix for Kosovo. He’s Ignoring It. (Foreign Policy, Koha)

International:

• London Calling: Albanians Count Cost of UK Illegality (Balkan Insight)
• Kommersant: Serbia’s new government shifts towards West (tass.com)

Humanitarian/Development:

• Balkan Brain Drain ‘Won’t Stop Without Economic, Democratic Progress’ (Balkan Insight)

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Belgrade Media Report, 29 October 2020

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Thursday 29 October 2020

LOCAL PRESS

Serbian parliament elects new government (Tanjug/RTS/Beta)
Brnabic: Serbia sovereign, independent state on European path (Tanjug)
Vucic receives Ambassador MacLeod (RTS/Tanjug)
Milivojevic: New government to serve a technical term in office (Beta)
Maas: Belgrade – Pristina agreement would have positive impact on region (Beta)
EP to call for prompt continuation of talks between authorities and opposition (Danas)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Dodik: Existence of B&H is dependent on entities, as both entities were formed before Dayton conference (RTRS/Srna)
Inzko comments Dodik’s statements: There will be no retailoring of B&H (Dnevni avaz)
EUD comments Dodik’s statements: Inviolability of borders is fundamental principle of EU (Dnevni avaz)
Komsic: RS borders are non-existent, only B&H borders exist (Oslobodjenje)
Sattler presents to HJPC 2020 Report on B&H regarding rule of law: I am disappointed (BHT1)
Croatia

Vukovar City Council says no conditions to expand Serb minority rights (Hina)
Montenegro

Krivokapic: Some coalition partners haven’t submitted proposals for their candidates (CdM)
DF seeks urgent meeting with Krivokapic (CdM)
Krapovic will be Minister of Foreign Affairs, Koprivica – Minister of Justice (CdM)
Djeljosaj: We didn’t get the offer from Krivokapic (CdM)
Republic of North Macedonia

Foreign Minister Zaharieva says that, unless something changes, Bulgaria will not allow the opening of accession talks with Macedonia (Republika)
Grubi asked Bulgarian Ambassador Angelov not to allow “history to hold the future hostage” (Republika)
German Ambassador Holstein says EU should not get involved in the dispute between Macedonia and Bulgaria (Republika)
Dimitrov hopes that France will help him out with Bulgaria (Republika)
Albania

MEP worried for Electoral Code vote without Venice’s opinion (ADN)
The Venice Commission will review the decision on the Electoral Reform in December (Radio Tirana)
Pisonero: The opinion of the Venice Commission does not affect the Intergovernmental Meeting of Albania (Radio Tirana)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

Palmer about Montenegro: We expect people who are committed to the NATO agenda to be in key ministries (VOA)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, October 27, 2020

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, October 27, 2020

Albanian Language Media:

• COVID-19 report: Three deaths, 197 new cases (media)
• The next Kosovo-Serbia meeting at level of experts, on Thursday (RFE, media)
• Veliu does not respond to invitation to report on Qalaj’s dismissal (RTK)
• Salih Mustafa to appear in front of the Special Court tomorrow (RTK)
• Abbot: U.S. involvement in dialogue, positive (media)
• Szunyog meets with LDK Assembly caucus, seeks results on EU reforms (media)
• Application of parties for Mitrovica North elections starts (RTK)
• Zemaj warns on new measures to prevent coronavirus spread (media)

Serbian Language Media:

• Belgrade – Pristina dialogue to continue on Thursday in Brussels (Tanjug, Radio Mitrovica sever, RTS)
• Smith: With constitutional amendments Thaci attempts to end work of court (Radio KIM)
• Serbian Ambassador says Belgrade-Moscow relations stable (N1)
• RFE: China takes over job of railway reconstruction in Serbia from EU (N1)
• Serbian MPs vote for three new cabinets; SPS names two ministers (FoNet, N1)
• Botsan-Kharchenko: Bilateral relations, Kosovo in focus of Lavrov’s visit (media)
• Serb household in Plemetina village, near Obilic robbed (Radio KIM)
• Zais: Experts of US Energy department working on the Gazivode Lake feasibility study (Kosovo online, Tanjug)

International:

• Troubled Relationship: Kosovo’s Thaci and the Hague War Crimes Court (Balkan Insight)

Humanitarian/Development:

• COVID-19 Surges as South-East Europe Heads for Winter (Balkan Insight)
• RYCO: Youth policies should be high on the reform agendas of the Western Balkan governments (EWB)
• Albanian Children to be Returned from Syrian Refugee Camps (Balkan Insight)

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Belgrade Media Report, 27 October 2020

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Tuesday 27 October 2020

LOCAL PRESS

Parliament adopts Law on Ministries (RTS/Tanjug)
First session of the Committee for Kosovo and Metohija (Tanjug)
Lazanski on Belgrade-Moscow relations: One should not look for noises where there are none (RTS)
Borrell: Agreement on normalization urgent, crucial for Kosovo’s and Serbia’s European path (Beta/RFE)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Dodik: Serbs and Croats will create joint statement on how B&H can function and if this is not accepted dissolution is only solution (N1)
SDA: Statement of Dodik is direct attack on DPA (Hayat)
Trisic Babic: Dodik did not call for war, he called for respect for original Dayton Agreement and organization of B&H (Glas Srpske)
Lavrov: Russia fully supports Dayton status of RS, there is no need for revision of Dayton Agreement (Glas Srpske)
Croatia

Lavrov: Principles of Dayton agreement guard security of B&H (Vecernji list)
Montenegro

Krivokapic sent a letter urging parties to submit names of their candidates for ministers (Dan)
DF to the US Ambassador: Does your administration support Krivokapic’s view? (CdM)
Husovic: Everything we have achieved since 2006 has been brought into question (Pobjeda)
Republic of North Macedonia

A new Macedonia name dispute, this time with Bulgaria (Republika)
Osmani confirms Mickoski’s claims: An additional annex to the Agreement with Bulgaria is being prepared (Republika)
Albania

Urgent letter of Albanian President to Venice Commission (ADN)
Rama: No one can question the will of the parliament, the Electoral Code will not change anymore (Radio Tirana)
Varhelyi urges the Albanian government to wait for the Venice Commission’s advice before re-voting on Electoral Code changes in parliament (Radio Tirana)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

Interview: Serbia looks to broaden trade links with China at upcoming CIIE (Xinhua)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, October 23, 2020

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, October 23, 2020

Albanian Language Media:

• COVID-19: 169 new cases, two deaths (media)
• Szunyog: Kosovo and Serbia should make constitutional amendments (media)
• Selimi: European Union, Kosovo’s priority and strategic goal (media)
• Haradinaj withdraws slightly from the issue of future president (Express)
• CEC decides on five day election campaign in Podujeva (RTK)
• The government requests from the thieves return of 2.1 million euros (media)
• Suspect pleads not guilty for abuse of Kosovo’s treasury (Telegrafi)

Serbian Language Media:

• Specialist Chambers: The indictment against Thaci and Veseli remains confidential (Kosovo Online)
• Borell and EULEX to submit opinion on Thaci’s proposal to change the mandate of the Specialist Chambers by November 2 (KoSSev)
• Serbian Parliament Speaker: UNMIK to continue implementing its mandate (BETA, N1)
• Borrell: WB leaders should refrain from statements that add political divisions (Tanjug, Kosovo Online, N1)
• Vucic: Things more complicated than how Pristina imagines them (RTS)
• “Gone are the days when everything was decided by Russia and the United States” (B92, Tanjug)
• Lavrov canceled visit to Zagreb, but not Belgrade (B92)
• Grubjesic: Stance of German Ambassador Heusgen can’t be stance of EU (Vecernje Novosti, Kosovo-online)
• Mihajlovic: Albanian politicians should not hinder the projects from the Washington agreement (Kontakt plus radio, Kosovo Online)
• Invitations to Belgrade and Pristina to join PTEC as observers (Kontakt plus radio)
• Stano: Serbia expected ‘to progressively align its policies with EU’ (N1)
• US Energy Department delegation visits Belgrade (N1, Kosovo-online)

International:

• Kosovo Minister Under Pressure Over Cash Stolen from Budget (Balkan Insight)
• BSF: Stability, security and prosperity of the WB closely linked to the EU (EWB)

Humanitarian/Development:

• In Montenegro, Hopes Fade for News of the Wartime Missing (Balkan Insight)
• UN chief says G20 leaders must coordinate to fight COVID-19 (AP)

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Belgrade Media Report 23 October 2020

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Friday 23 October 2020

LOCAL PRESS

Dacic: UNMIK to continue implementing its mandate (Beta)
Vucic: Things are more complicated than Pristina imagines (RTS/Tanjug)
Lajcak: Solution will be painful compromise (RTS/Tanjug)
Dacic: With Vucic it was not “take it or it leave it” (RTS/Tanjug)
Varhelyi says EU unconditionally committed to integration of Western Balkans (Politika)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Dodik: Essence of talks and meeting between RS leadership and Lavrov will take place in Istocno Sarajevo (ATV)
Kavalec: B&H authorities, including CEC and Prosecutor’s Office, have to respond to reported election irregularities (Dnevni avaz)
B&H Prosecutor’s Office raises indictments against OSA’s Mehmedagic, Pekic (RTRS)
Montenegro

Ministry of Interior goes to DF, justice to Democrats and URA gets defense (Dan)
Medojevic: If Movement for Changes does not get vice-president’s position, we’ll think about entering the government (CdM)
Husovic: Abazovic will soon realize that he is in more unfavorable situation than Bosniak party (Antena M)
Republic of North Macedonia

Zaev sees no reason to resign if there is a Bulgarian veto (Republika)
Ramadani: NATO should react to Karakachanov’s threat to Macedonia (Kanal 5)
Albania

Albania first Muslim majority state to adopt IHRA Antisemitism Definition (ADN)
EU welcomes Albania’s resolution against antisemitism (ADN)
US: IHRA Antisemitism Definition continues Albania’s anti-hatred tradition (ADN)

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