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OSCE Broadcast 28 March

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Shelters for victims of domestic violence need special budget line (KTV) New CEC composition allocates funds for political entities  (Most monitored broadcasters, KTV & Klan Kosova) Ambassador Kosnett meets Gracanica/Graçanicë Serbs (RTK1) Limaj: Tariff should be lifted, Haradinaj has moved beyond original decision (Most monitored broadcasters, RTK1) Serbia reminds Kosovo that it is late with […]

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British Foreign Office cautions its citizens not to travel to northern Kosovo (media)

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Several news websites report that the British Foreign Office has issued a travel advisory, “advising against all but essential travel to the municipalities of Zvecan, Zubin Potok and Leposavic, and to the northern part of the city of Mitrovica”. The advisory also notes: “Protests have the potential to turn violent, you should take care if […]

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UNMIK Headlines 29 March

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• European Parliament confirms support for Kosovo visa liberalization (media)
• Limaj: Haradinaj went beyond our joint position (Koha)
• The government under NISMA’s threats (Zeri)
• Kukan: Kosovo-Serbia agreement is reached only by lifting the tariff (RTK)
• U.S. Ambassador Kosnett meets Serbs in Gracanica (Epoka)
• President Thaci and COMKFOR discuss security situation (Epoka)
• Thaci: Serbia committed genocide and ethnic cleansing in Kosovo (media)
• Haradinaj: Police officers in Djuric case should be decorated (media)
• Russia’s Ambassador: Border correction, a U.S. project (media)
• Kisic: Talks on Kosovo partition should be stopped (Koha)
• British embassy withdraws support for recruitment of ERO Board chief (media)

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