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Belgrade Media Report 22 November

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• Vucic: I asked the Russian Ambassador – why? (RTS/Tanjug/B92)
• Botsan-Kharchenko: Despite provocations, we move on (RTS)
• Vucic: Relations with Skopje very good, we have no demands (Tanjug)
• Nauru withdraws recognition of Kosovo (RTS/Blic)
• Djuric: Ugljanin got everything from Serbia, now he is approaching Kurti (Tanjug)
• Serbia re-elected to UNESCO Executive Board membership (Tanjug/Politika)


Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Formal reception on occasion of B&H Statehood Day takes place at B&H Presidency building (FTV)
• 24th anniversary of initialing of DPA marked (ATV)
• Tegeltija addresses press conference (RTRS)
• SDS wants to see Program of Reforms of B&H before sending it to Brussels (Hayat)
• Pendes on adoption of Program of Reforms of B&H: Positive step forward (Glas Srpske)
• Radoncic welcomes agreement on authority formation, says SBB B&H is going to reconsider being part of authority (Dnevni avaz)
• Covic: Tusk is B&H’s great friend, Merkel knows a lot about our problems (Vecernji list)
• Merkel supports Croatia’s efforts in protecting EU external borders (Hina)
• Von der Leyen confident nationalists, populists won’t destroy European way of life (Hina)
• Djenero: “Mini-Schengen” is a trap set by Serbia (CDM)
Republic of North Macedonia
• Ahmeti: Coalition with SDSM is working, Zekiri is not important (Republika)
• Outgoing PM Zaev to be awarded in Sarajevo (Republika)
• Amendola: Italy will reopen the issue of Albania’s accession to the European Union and North Macedonia (Radio Tirana)


• ‘I am breaking inside’: Balkan leader fears conflict after EU snub (The New York Times)
• Russia’s EU ambassador: The fall of the Berlin Wall was ‘a victory of common sense’ (EurActiv)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, November 22, 2019

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, November 22, 2019

Albanian Language Media:

• Daka: Election process coming to a close (RFE)
• Makolli: Increasingly difficult to return citizens from Syria (media)

Serbian Language Media:

• KP released photos of “new suspects in Ivanovic’s murder”; Vucic: Students who had nothing to do with murder (KoSSev)
• Nauru revoked recognition of Kosovo (RTS, Blic)
• KoSSev: A year of 100% taxes
• Djuric: Reciprocity is self-isolation (Danas)
• Detention of Nenad Arsic extended (Tanjug, B92)
• Potera: Ballots from Serbia were poisoned in Pristina (Kosovo Online, FB)
• Djuric comments a meeting between Kurti and Ugljanin (Blic, B92)


• Serbia and Russia defend ties as spy scandal erupts before leaders meet (The Irish Times)


• Minister: Kosovo to gain access to global environment funds (Koha)
• Lion discovered caged in Gjilan restaurant (Prishtina Insight)

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OSCE Broadcast Report 21 November

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Kurti: People don’t want to give Mitrovicë/Mitrovica in exchange for national unification (KTV) Kosnett: Government should be formed as soon as possible (RTKLive) Haradinaj’s Cabinet spent one million euro for two years (KTV) Ombudsperson Institution marks its 19th anniversary (Klan Kosova, EkonomiaOnline) CEC: Recount process might be completed this Sunday (Klan Kosova) Kosovo police publish […]

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, November 22

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• Kurti and Mustafa to meet and discuss “hot” topics of coalition agreement (media)
• Kosnett: Dialogue break not helpful for Kosovo (Telegrafi)
• CEC: Recount could be finalised on Sunday (Bota Sot)
• Kurti: KIA to be led by an honest individual (Zeri)
• Kurti: I will send even Vetevendosje officials to the prosecution (media)
• Kosovo police in search of two suspects in Oliver Ivanovic’s murder case (media)

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