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Veseli: Signing of agreements, positive development for citizens (RTK)

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Kosovo Assembly President Kadri Veseli took to Facebook to hail the works of the joint meeting of the governments of Kosovo and Albania. He said signing of the agreements which strengthen economic, educational, cultural and many other connections, is a positive development for the citizens. “I believe that these agreements as well as the others […]

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‘There is no control in the north due to organized crime’ (RTK)

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On the occasion of the conclusion of the mission of the KFOR Commander and change of command, Major Genral Salvatore Couci held his last press conference. He spoke about the security situation in Kosovo and sovereignty in Mitrovica North, which according to him, is problematic in that part. “Normally there are problems with sovereignty in […]

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Rushiti in Hague for sexual violence during war in Kosovo (RTK)

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Director of Kosovo Center for Rehabilitation of Torture Victims (KRCT) Feride Rushiti, together with the director of Center for the Promotion of Women’s Rights, Kadire Tahiraj and Vasfije Krasniqi-Goodman, survivor of sexual violence from Kosovo during the war, are taking part in the event “From words to action: repairing the wounds of wartime sexual violence,” […]

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Ivanovic murder suspect: ‘Kosovo Police want me dead’ (Prishtina Insight)

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Powerful Kosovo Serb political leader and businessman Milan Radoicic, wanted as a suspect in the murder of rival politician Oliver Ivanovic, alleged Kosovo police raided his home in order to kill him. A statement believed to have been posted on Facebook by Milan Radoicic, a businessman widely seen as the real power-holder in Serb-majority northern […]

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Crisis Headquarters in northern Kosovo: Serbs to hold peaceful protest tomorrow (RTS, Tanjug)

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Crisis Headquarters of the four northern municipalities decided today to organize a peaceful protest tomorrow in Mitrovica North, starting at 12.00, because of the taxes that Pristina authorities imposed on the goods from central Serbia, RTS reports. Srpska Lista Deputy Chair, Igor Simic told RTS, that extraordinary sessions would be also held in Leposavic, Zubin […]

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Novosti: Secretary of Oliver Ivanovic taken by police (Vecernje Novosti, B92)

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Kosovo police took away secretary of assassinated leader of Civic Initiative Freedom, Democracy, Justice (GI SDP) Oliver Ivanovic, Silvana Arsovic, Novosti daily writes saying it got confirmation from the SDP. SDP Deputy Leader Ksenija Bozovic told Novosti Arsovic was taken away from her working place, allegedly to complement the statement she gave earlier. According to […]

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Limaj appointed national coordinator of Kosovo-Albania governments (media)

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Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the Social Democratic Initiative (NISMA), Fatmir Limaj, has been appointed national coordinator of governments of Kosovo and Albania and will oversee implementation of agreements reached so far between the governments in Pristina and Tirana.

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EU criticizes Ministry of Education for not adequately informing students of Erasmus+ opportunities (Kallxo)

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Stergios Tragoudas from the EU Office in Kosovo criticized the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) for not adequately informing Kosovo students about the possibilities of studying in the EU provided through the Erasmus+ student exchange programme. Tragoudas said there is a “broken link” between the European Commission, Ministry of Education and Erasmus+ programme. […]

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KSF draft laws get Assembly committee approval (media)

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The Assembly of Kosovo Committee on Internal Affairs, Security and Supervision of the Kosovo Security Force approved today draft laws relating to the future of the Kosovo Security Force, including that on the Ministry of Defence and service with KSF.

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Kosovo and Albania sign cooperation agreements (Zeri)

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Representatives of the governments of Kosovo and Albania signed in a joint meeting today a number of cooperation agreements including that on removing roaming fees for public communications networks between respective ministries; protocol for joint customs activities at the border point Morine-Vermice; cooperation agreement in the field of public debt, foreign financing and relations with […]

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CDHRF calls for peaceful protests against power cuts (media)

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The Pristina-based Council for the Defense of Human Rights and Freedoms (CDHRF) has called for peaceful protests following recent severe power cuts all over Kosovo. “Peaceful protests are allowed in democracy to raise the awareness of the public, parliamentary committees and the government to be more efficient in protecting consumers’ rights against the arbitrary approach, […]

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“Some countries gave birth to political monster in Pristina” (Tanjug, B92)

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Ivica Dacic said on Monday he would not be surprised if Pristina had indeed banned members of the Serbian government from entering Kosovo and Metohija. The first deputy PM and foreign minister stressed that this would run contrary to all agreements reached in Brussels (during EU-mediated Belgrade-Pristina negotiations). Dacic told reporters he would not be […]

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