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Belgrade Media Report 13 January

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Petkovic on negotiations with Pristina: Let us meet halfway (TV Happy/Tanjug/RTV)
Dacic thanks Argentina for its principled support on Kosovo and Metohija issue (Tanjug)
Dacic: Format for dialogue with opposition should be set (TV Happy/Beta)
Regional cooperation abd Belgrade-Pristina dialogue remain priority (Tanjug/RTV)
Lajcak: New round to talks between Belgrade, Pristina after election Kosovo (Beta/RFE)


Bosnia & Herzegovina

Vucic says he wants best possible relations with Bosniaks and everyone else in the region, SDA replies and says Serbia should pay debt to B&H (Nezavisne)
Dodik: Objections from Sarajevo regarding 9 January have pathological- political character (Srna)
Political crisis in Tuzla Canton continues (BHT1)
Dodik: There will be no migrant centers in RS (ATV)

Pupovac: Petrinja quake brought together Croats and Serbs (Hina)
Republic of North Macedonia

Buckovski: Macedonia will now review Bulgaria’s positions (MIA)
Bulgaria discussed an action plan for full implementation of the 2017 treaty with Buckovski (Republika/BGNES)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, January 13, 2021

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Albanian Language Media:

• COVID – 19: 299 new cases, one death (media)
• Acting President Osmani visits the Belgian Parliament (media)
• Sassoli firm: Fighting corruption and crime brings Kosovo closer to EU (Koha)
• Human Rights Watch Annual World Report (HRW)
• Kosovo minister of Economy offers resignation (Gazeta Express)
• Samedin Mehmeti elected director of the Kosovo Police (media)
• Police: Three police officers injured during PSD protest yesterday (RTK)
• Radio Kosova stops broadcasting audio plays after story of Serb woman (Koha)
• Kurti: The rain highlighted the failures of 20 years of misgovernance (media)
• AAK is aiming president position with an economic governing program (media)

Serbian Language Media:

• Ten new cases of Covid-19 in Serbian areas in Kosovo (KoSSev)
• WHO official in Serbia: End of epidemic far away (N1)
• US Embassy in Belgrade: Regional cooperation and BG-PR dialogue remains a priority (Tanjug, Kosovo Online)
• “More pressure on Serbia about Kosovo pushes it closer to Russia and China” (RFE, FoNet, N1)
• Father Sava: The Church position on Kosovo is united (KiM radio)
• European Commission service deleted disputable post on Twitter about Vjosa Osmani (RTS)
• Sava Janjic: I hope EU would remind Kosovo to implement Constitutional Court decision on Decani (Kosovo-online)
• Petkovic: Let’s meet half-way with Pristina (N1, Happy TV, Kosovo-online)
• Two minority pre-election coalitions have applied for upcoming Kosovo elections (RTK2)


• How Biden can make a big difference in the Western Balkans (ECFR)


• Albania carries out 1st vaccinations with donated doses (AP)
• Bishop with Attitude Threatens to Shake Up Serbian Politics (Balkan Insight)
• Last Despatches: Mystery Shrouds British Reporter’s Death in Kosovo Border Shelling (Balkan Insight)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, January 13

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• COVID – 19: 303 new cases, 5 deaths (media)
• Kosovo accused of limiting Diaspora voting rights (Balkan Insight)
• Haradinaj asks for votes to become President of Kosovo (media)
• Limaj: PDK didn’t want a coalition; we won’t join them after elections (T7)
• Lajcak: New government in Kosovo first before we resume dialogue (media)
• Osmani: Justice is a precondition for peace and reconciliation (media)
• Osmani meets EU MPs in the Kosovo Friendship Group (media)
• Osmani meets EU Special Representative Miroslav Lajcak (media)
• Palmer: Elections are the foundation of democratic practices (RTSH)
• PSD leader Molliqaj and 16 activists arrested by police (media)

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