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Business chamber of Kosovo concerned with developments in the north (RTK)

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The chamber of doing business in Kosovo (OAK) issued a press release today expressing concern over the distribution of a document in the northern municipalities which calls on Serb citizens not to purchase any goods from Albanians. OAK calls on the Kosovo Government and institutions to take measures “against these actions which are damaging Kosovo […]

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Kosovo authorities deny claims of humanitarian crisis in the north (Express)

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Jetlir Zyberaj, advisor to Kosovo Foreign Minister Behgjet Pacolli, denied today claims about a humanitarian crisis in the mainly Serb-inhabited northern part of Kosovo. “There has been no humanitarian crisis since 1999 when Serbian troops fled Kosovo and there will never be a humanitarian crisis. Kosovo will look after all its citizens. Kosovo Serbs are […]

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Demarcation as continuation of the idea for border changes (Radio Free Europe)

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The border demarcation between Kosovo and Serbia is lately mentioned as an idea that needs to be discussed in the process of dialogue between the two countries. The term ‘border correction’ seems softer compared to ideas for border correction, changes or exchange of territories. There are discussions and dilemmas nowadays in Kosovo when the border […]

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Food supplies in Kosovo only until the end of the week, what are the next moves of Belgrade (RTS)

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Seven months after the introduction of a 100 per cent tax on goods from central Serbia, due to the intensified control of the Kosovo police, food supplies are at the end. Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic told Serbian state broadcaster that Serbia will internationally insist on […]

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Catalyzing Financial Inclusion and Women Empowerment in Kosovo (FINCA)

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Around the world, women are less likely than men to be reached by financial services. While, more than half a billion adults have gained financial access since 2014, the gender gap in financial inclusion remains unchanged at 9 percent, according to the World Bank’s 2017 Global Findex. In some countries, like Kosovo, that gap is […]

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Marko Djuric and a Serbian minister to visit Kosovo on Friday (Lajmi)

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Marko Djuric, head of the Serbian Government’s Office for Kosovo, and Serbia’s Minister of Education, Mladen Sarcevic, will visit Kosovo on Friday, the news website reports. A representative of Kosovo’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs told Lajmi today that they have approved the visit requests by the Serbian officials. “These were standard requests. We have approved […]

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Lazarevic: Shortage of goods in north, last reserves are being sold out (TV N1)

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Mitrovica-based KoSSev portal editor Tatjana Lazarevic told TV N1 that the lack of goods from central Serbia in the north of Kosovo is noticeable. “What is being sold now, for the last ten days, comes from reserves. This was confirmed to us by small shop owners but also by the Association of Businessmen. They told […]

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Humanitarian crisis, entrepreneurs’ memo, solidarity of traders, propaganda, silence…? (KoSSev)

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Serbian officials and entrepreneurs have been warning that the north of Kosovo is a step away from “a new humanitarian catastrophe“, KoSSev portal reports today. Meanwhile Kosovo officials and Pristina-based media claim it is an attempt to stage a humanitarian catastrophe. Both official sides agree on one thing – “We will not allow it.“ But […]

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UNMIK Headlines 26 June

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• Haradinaj: Evidence that humanitarian crisis in the north is being staged (RTK)
• Pacolli: There is no crisis in the north (Epoka)
• Shala: Lack of food products, Serbia’s propaganda against tariff (RTK)
• Serbia starts implementing plan for a “humanitarian crisis” in the north (Zeri)
• Leaflet calling on Serbs not to buy products from Albanians (Kosovapress)
• Re-evaluation of visa liberalization requirements (Koha)
• Fajon: Lack of visa liberalization for Kosovo, injustice by EU (Zeri)
• Norwegian Foreign Minister: Dialogue to resume as soon as possible (Zeri)
• Government withdraws draft law on funding of political parties (media)
• Coalition of NGOs calls on MPs to adopt child protection act ASAP (Koha)

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