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Belgrade Media Report 13 September 2022

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Daily Media Highlights

Tuesday 13 September 2022

• Vucic: No tensions, there are big differences; I am grateful to Milanovic (B92)
• Pahor: We adopted joint conclusions, pointed out the importance of EU enlargement (Tanjug)
• Brdo-Brijuni summit adopts six-point conclusion (FoNet, Beta)
• Today, a special session of the Assembly on Kosovo and Metohija, President Vucic presents a report (Tanjug)
• Excerpts from GoS reports on the dialogue (Assembly of Serbia)
• Orlic: The National Assembly will openly discuss Kosovo and Metohija (RTS)
• Vucic refuse to comment on SPC diocese’s award to Seselj, then lashes out at Croat reporter (VIP)
• Vucic received an invitation to attend the funeral of Queen Elizabeth (Tanjug)


Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Brdo-Brijuni Summit ends without adopted declaration as B&H Presidency members Dzaferovic and Komsic refuse to endorse use of term legitimate representation of peoples in B&H (BHT1)
• Dodik: By rejecting the Croatia’s proposal regarding the concept of constituent peoples in B&H, Komsic and Dzaferovic demonstrated disrespect for B&H Constitution (ATV)
• Dzaferovic: Brdo-Brijuni Process cannot be used for discussing internal affairs of any of the countries of the Western Balkans region (BHT1)
• US Ambassador to NATO Smith visits NATO Headquarters in Butmir district and B&H Ministry of Defense: Presence of EU and NATO forces in the region is important for preserving stability of B&H and Western Balkans (BHT1)
• Collegium of RSNA schedules two special sessions for Wednesday, including one on granting formal approval to new German Ambassador to B&H; Opposition conveys a message they will not participate in Dodik’s political games (BN TV)
• President Cavara: If FB&H CC is not filled by January, it will not be able to pass any decisions; HR Schmidt gave in to protesters (Dnevni list)
• Russian Embassy: Claims about Russian cyberattacks in B&H aimed at influencing election results are another portion of anti-Russian disinformation (Glas Srpske)
• Brdo-Brijuni Process summit: Conclusions accepted conclusions but no joint declaration (HRT)
• Bosnia’s Komsic slams Milanovic’s proposal for Brdo-Brijuni declaration (N1)
• Djukanovic: Today, Montenegro is closer to the goal of having a stable political government through the elections, which will lead the country on the path of European development (CDM)
• There is no agreement of the old parliamentary majority; Mandic: In this composition of negotiators, all resources have been exhausted (CDM)
• Abazovic: In the next elections, Montenegro will get a European government led by the URA (CDM)
Republic of North Macedonia
• Referendum: who wins, who loses? (Libertas)
• Eighth Constitutional Court Judge appointed (Balkanweb.com)
• Begaj in Slovenia: Cyber-attacks, evidence that third actors endanger peace and stability in the Balkans (Radio Tirana)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, September 13, 2022

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UNMIK Media Observer, Afternoon Edition, September 13, 2022

Albanian Language Media:

• Kurti in Albania for an unexpected meeting with Rama (media)
• Meeting between government and strike council ends without results (Koha)
• Kurti: I presented three offers to the strikers, they insist on the strike (Koha)
• AAK’s Tahiri: Kurti misused the readiness of the unions (media)
• People’s Attorney: Both sides must reflect for the good of the pupils (RTK)
• Bislimi: We’re confident in a final solution for visa liberalisation (Telegrafi)
• Szunyog: Kosovo’s integration in EU is linked to Kosovo-Serbia dialogue (Kosovapress)
• Basic Court in Prishtina orders arrest of former EULEX prosecutor Bamieh (Sinjali)
• Albanian PM to address Council of Europe on October 12 on Marty’s report (Nacionale)

Serbian Language Media:

• Vucic: Serbia will not recognise Kosovo directly or indirectly (Tanjug, N1)
• Two Serbs wounded in Babin Most, attackers arrested (Radio KIM)
• Office for KIM: Attack on Mitrovic consequence of anti-Serb politics (Radio KIM)
• Visoki Decani Monastery: Lack of security undermines minimum trust Serbs have in Kosovo institutions (Kosovo Online)
• Vucic to submit today a report on the negotiations with Pristina to the MPs (NMagazin, media)
• Stefanovic: Parliamentary group ‘Ujedinjeni’ will not vote for Vucic’s report on Kosovo (Beta, NMagazin)
• Jeremic: The Parliamentary debate on Kosovo must not end without a resolution (Beta, NMagazin, Politika)
• Dacic: We will vote for report, recognition of Kosovo out of question (N1)
• Vucic invited to funeral of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II (Tanjug)
• Prosecutors: “Many important witnesses loyal to Thaci, or afraid to testify” (Beta, KoSSev)
• German envoy says EU could fail in Western Balkans (N1, TV Prva)
• EC spokeswoman says no room to glorify war criminals (VoA, N1)

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UNMIK Media Observer, Morning Edition, September 13, 2022

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• Presidents of the region meet at Brdo-Brijuni summit (media)
• UN General Assembly to hold 77th session, Osmani to participate (Klan)
• Strike in education, Kurti meets strike council of unions (Telegrafi)
• President of Hungary to visit Kosovo today (media)
• Bislimi and Szunyog to sign an agreement worth 63 million euros (Klan)
• Kusari-Lila: We will resubmit draft civil code in autumn (Gazeta Express)
• U.S. KFOR from the north: We are providing a safe environment (Klan)
• People’s Attorney wants explanation in case of Dragica Gasic (RFE)
• Calls for investigation of institutional chain for rape of 11-year-old (BIRN)
• Alarming suicide rates (Kosovo 2.0)
• Parliament of Serbia to hold a session on Kosovo today (media)

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