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UNMIK Headlines 6 July

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• Haradinaj meets Theresa May at Western Balkans Summit in Poznan (RTK)
• Mogherini: No conditions for dialogue without liftin the tariff (RFE, media)
• Haradinaj and Engel meet behind the closed doors (media)
• Hoxhaj: Responsible for Ivanovic’s case, hide in Belgrade (RTK)
• Hoti: Kosovo needs a Prime Minister (media)
• Haziri reelected LDK leader for Gjilan (media)

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  • Haradinaj meets Theresa May at Western Balkans Summit in Poznan (RTK)
  • Mogherini: No conditions for dialogue without liftin the tariff (RFE, media)
  • Haradinaj and Engel meet behind the closed doors (media)
  • Hoxhaj: Responsible for Ivanovic’s case, hide in Belgrade (RTK)
  • Hoti: Kosovo needs a Prime Minister (media)
  • Haziri reelected LDK leader for Gjilan (media)

 

Haradinaj meets Theresa May at Western Balkans Summit in Poznan (RTK)

The Prime Minister of Kosovo met at the Western Balkans Summit in Poznan, Poland, with the Prime Minister of Great Britain, Theresa May.

“I informed PM May about the political developments in Kosovo, expressing our determination to strengthen bilateral partnership between the two countries and requesting support in regional processes, especially finalization of the dialogue with Serbia, concretely, reach of final agreement, with mutual recognition of existing borders,” Haradinaj wrote.

“I expressed appreciation to Prime Minister May for Great Britain’s consistent position against the idea of change of the borders and exchange of territories, as well as continuous help that the Great Britain gave to empowering the rule of law, advancing public administration and economic development of Kosovo,” Haradinaj added.

Mogherini: No conditions for dialogue without liftin the tariff (RFE, media)

The EU’s High Representative for Foreign Policy and Security Frederica Mogherini continues to request lifting of the imposed tariff for the products from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

“While Pristina’s imposed tariffs for the goods imported from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina remain in force, I do not see conditions for calling the high-level dialogue,” said Mogherini in an interview with Radio Free Europe. The tax, which is seen as an obstacle to the continuation of the dialogue, “is regrettable,” Mogherini said, as, according to her, the elements for the agreement between the parties exist. Mogherini, who soon ends the mandate, spoke from Poznan, Poland, where a summit was held for the Western Balkans.

Haradinaj and Engel meet behind the closed doors (media)

The Prime Minister of Kosovo Ramush Haradinaj hosted this morning a meeting with the U.S. Congressman Eliot Engel. The meeting took place behind the closed doors and there were no statements for the media after the meeting.  Media await a press release from the Office of the Prime Minister in order to learn about the discussions.

Hoxhaj: Responsible for Ivanovic’s case, hide in Belgrade (RTK)

Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister Enver Hoxhaj took to Twitter to respond to the most recent statements of the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic, with regards to the murder of the Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic.

“President of Serbia Vucic continues his attempts to obstruct justice and interfere investigations on the murder of Oliver Ivanovic. Undermining an ongoing process with immature accusations intends to defend those responsible hiding in Belgrade,” Hoxhaj wrote.

Hoti: Kosovo needs a Prime Minister (media)

Avdullah Hoti, caucus of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) said Kosovo needs a Prime Minister as according to him, “this government does not have a householder.”

“Pacolli bans entrance of Serbian officials in Kosovo, on the other hand Haradinaj claims that this is fake news; It is clear that Pacolli made this decision without consulting Haradinaj.

This is not how the government of the Republic of Kosovo should be led. The Prime Minister is not consulted by the ministers on the decisions which have impact beyond respective ministries. Each minister acts according to their own calculations,3 Hoto wrote.

Haziri reelected LDK leader for Gjilan (media)

Lutfi Haziri, deputy leader of the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), was reelected leader of this political entity at the local level.

“At the ninth election convention of LDK’s branch in Gjilan, I received the absolute support of 101 delegates, to lead for another mandate, just as at the leadership of the central convention,” Haziri wrote on his Facebook page.

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