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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, 27 July 2021

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, July 27, 2021

Albanian Language Media:

• Kurti: The government will help reduce the gap between communities (Koha)
• KIA Chief Petrit Ajeti reports to the supervising committee (media)
• Minister Mehaj gives details about the released from the hospital in Croatia (Zeri)
• Croatian Court sentences driver of crashed bus with one month detention (media)
• Economy committee votes proposal for ERO board members (media)
• Maas: A German citizen among the victims of the bus crash (media)
• 55 patients are being treated with oxygen therapy, one in serious condition (Koha)
• COVID-19: 42 new cases, no deaths (media)

Serbian Language Media:

• 58% of Serbian citizens support the EU-mediated BG-PR dialogue (KoSSev)
• Stefanovic: Serbia grateful to Indonesia for support and non-recognition of Kosovo (Kosovo-online)
• In Serbian communities in Kosovo one Covid-19 case (KoSSev)


• The genocide campaign (Danas, KoSSev)


• Minuto-Rizzo: Balkans has regained a priority status for NATO (EWB)


• Summer School on Transitional Justice in Prizren (RTK2)

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Belgrade Media Report 27 July 2021

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United Nations Office in Belgrade

Daily Media Highlights

Tuesday 27 July 2021


Vucic: We cannot leave the RS without support (B92/Tanjug)
Mutual support with Azerbaijan for preservation of territorial integrity and sovereignty (RTS)
Potentials for strengthening cooperation with Azerbaijan in numerous areas (RTS)
Dacic ready to work on strengthening parliamentary cooperation with Iran (Beta)
Verbal offense from Racak to Srebrenica (Politika)


Bosnia & Herzegovina

RS parties launch boycott of institutions over HR’s decision (RTRS)
RS parties adopt conclusions and platform for joint reactions towards HR’s decision (Glas Srpske)
Two opposing petitions – one on rejection of Inzko’s decision and other calling for Dodik’s arrest – currently being signed in B&H (N1)
OSCE calls for zero tolerance for inflammatory and divisive rhetoric (Fena)
No representative of RS shows up at session, but B&H HoR Commission for Finance and Budget adopts proposal of budget for 2021 (N1)
MPs in B&H HoR from FB&H expect a good part of their colleagues from the RS to come to B&H HoR’s session on Tuesday and be constructive (Oslobodjenje)
Izetbegovic: Collective annual leave of B&H institutions commences on 1 August and RS representatives just started with vacation seven days earlier; Serb World idea presents threat for entire region (Hayat)
Komsic, Izetbegovic, Kojovic: RS parties will calm down, Dodik is responsible for Inzko’s decision (Oslobodjenje)
Initiative launched in FB&H parliament to start implementing Inzko’s decision to ban genocide denial at lower authority levels in FB&H (Nova BH)
UN’s Nderitu welcomes Inzko’s decision on Criminal Code (Oslobodenje)
HNV welcomes decision of Inzko to amend B&H Criminal Code (FTV)
Croat Party of B&H commends Inzko’s decision to amend Criminal Code (Dnevni list)
RS political representatives, legal experts: Outgoing HR Inzko imposes decision that cannot be implemented and lacks legal grounds (RTRS)
RS officials, Kristo criticize Inzko’s latest decision (EuroBlic)

SNV leader says ‘Ustasha will not be allowed to enter Srb’ (Hina)

Djukanovic: Serbia trying to prove that Montenegro is Serbian state (Pobjeda/TA3)
Republic of North Macedonia

Dimitrov: Deepening cooperation for a more stable region (MIA)
Radev in Austria: Bulgaria is strongest supporter of EU enlargement (Republika)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, July 27, 2021

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• COVID-19: 14 new cases, no deaths (media)
• Ministry: So far, 20 percent of people in Kosovo have been inoculated (Telegrafi)
• Only 30 percent of Kosovo teachers have been vaccinated (RFE in Albanian)
• 10 victims of Kosovo bus crash identified, funeral arrangements underway (media)
• Ministry: 26 persons to be discharged from hospital, 15 to continue treatment (media)
• Kosovo mourns 10 compatriots killed in Croatia bus crash (AP)
• Due to the terminology on Kosovo, Serbia failed four regional agreements (Koha)
• Kosovo expects GDP growth to exceed projected 7.9% this year (intellinews.com)
• 60 films in 6 days, female directors prominent in Prishtina Film Festival (euronews.al)

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