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Belgrade Media Report 22 June 2021

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Daily Media Highlights

Tuesday 22 June 2021


Vucic informs Serbian MPs on Belgrade-Pristina negotiations (Beta/B92)
Vucic presents report on dialogue with Pristina to part of opposition (RTS/Tanjug)
Dacic before the session on Kosovo and Metohija: Difficult to reach consensus, parties must not be divided on most important issues (RTS)
Support of Italy to Serbia in EU integration process at all levels (RTS/Tanjug)
Reactions of Serbian officials to the statement of the Montenegrin Foreign Ministry (RTS)
NATO plants resolutions on Srebrenica throughout Balkans (Novosti)
Borrell: EU-US cooperation to help Belgrade-Pristina dialogue (Tanjug)
Brnabic, Borrell to attend EU-Serbia IGC (Tanjug)


Bosnia & Herzegovina

Cvijanovic confirms that negotiation team for talks on future of B&H is formed; Reactions (RTRS)
Cvijanovic and Tegeltija react to Turkovic’s initiative for exhibition at UN headquarters in New York dedicated to Srebrenica genocide (ATV)
Podzic’s statement that B&H is one step ahead of NATO membership provokes reactions in RS (BN TV)
Interview with German Ambassador to B&H (Nezavisne)

Resolution on Srebrenica is not directed against Serb people and Serbia (MFA)
Djukanovic: Serbian officials are manipulating (RTCG)
Mandic comments on Resolution on Srebrenica: Montenegro is platform and tool in hands of Serb enemies (MNA)
Bojovic wonders why parliament of Montenegro neglects WWII crimes committed in Montenegro while Srebrenica Resolution passed procedure so quickly (MNA)
Republic of North Macedonia

Nikoloski addresses Bulgaria at the Council of Europe: Regardless of your veto, we are Macedonians who speak Macedonian (Republika)

US lobbies strongly for opening of negotiations with Albania; Pressure on EU (Radio Tirana)
Soreca: It’s the first time that all member countries have clearly expressed their support for Albania (Radio Tirana/Euronews)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, June 22, 2021

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, June 22, 2021

Albanian Language Media:

• COVID-19: 18 new cases, one death (media)
• US administration says Washington agreement must be respected (Klan Kosova)
• Kosovo President: Mutual recognition with Serbia, the only solution (media)
• Parliamentary committee initiates sacking of RTK board (Prishtina Insight)
• PDK’s Hoxhaj reacts against decision to dismiss RTK board (media)
• Croatian Foreign Minister: Kosovo must get visa liberalisation ASAP (media)
• Murati: Kurti is not interested in an agreement with Serbia (Epoka)

Serbian Language Media:

• No new cases or Covid-19 related deaths registered in Serbian areas in Kosovo (KoSSev)
• Vucic presents report on Kosovo to the Serbian Assembly (B92)
• Anniversary of the kidnapping of the Belacevac miners (KiM radio)
• Dacic: Difficult to reach a consensus on the issue of Kosovo (Tanjug, Kosovo Online)
• Opposition leader: Extremely constructive, serious talks with Vucic on Kosovo (Beta, N1)
• Surlic: Vucic’s presentation expected, departure of Serbs from Kosovo unstoppable process (N1)
• Vucic and Kamberi exchanged arguments related to crimes at Assembly session (B92)
• “Serbia can count on Italy’s support” (B92)
• Botsan-Kharchenko: I am deeply grateful to Serbia for its consistent position (B92, Vecernje Novosti)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, June 22, 2021

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• COVID-19: Two new cases, no deaths (media)
• Borrell: EU and U.S. enjoy close cooperation on dialogue (media)
• Osmani to pay official visit to Austria (media)
• Kurti meets Kamberi, discuss position of Albanians in Presevo Valley (media)
• PDK to elect new leader on 3 July (media)
• Analysts debate on possible candidates for PDK leader (Telegrafi)
• Kosovo sues Montenegro over property on the coastline (Koha)
• Serbia’s minister not permitted to visit Kosovo (Zeri)
• Haxhiu announces steps towards establishment of commercial court (media)

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