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Headlines 21 December

By   /  21/12/2016  /  UNMIK Media Reports - Morning Edition  /  No Comments

• Assembly supports PDK recommendations on Dehari case (media)
• Civil society demands ministers step down over Dehari’s death (RTK)
• Maric was dismissed for not cooperating with municipalities (Zeri)
• Tahiri: Time has come to change format of dialogue (Epoka)
• Thaci: It is not a secret, we have contacts with Trump (Lajmi)
• Ferati: We could have early general elections next year (Zeri)

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Headlines 19 December

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• PDK’s Lladrovci wins run-off mayor elections in Drenas/Glogovac (media)
• Delawie praises flow of elections in Drenas/Glogovac (Epoka)
• Lumezi: No legal violations in Drenas/Glogovac elections (Zeri)
• Monitors report a number of irregularities during elections (Zeri)
• Government not concerned with Serbian List’s “threats” (Koha)
• Haradinaj: The political scene has become dirty (Epoka)
• Russian oil company accused of usurping petrol stations in the north (Zeri)

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Headlines 9 December

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• Tahiri: EU says Mitrovica wall should be removed (Koha)
• Media Headlines: EU does not say the wall in Mitrovica will be removed (Koha, Lajmi, Gazetametro)
• Wall in Mitrovica to become an amphitheater (gazetametro.net)
• Selimi: Wall in northern Mitrovica a result of Brussels dialogue (Zeri)
• KLA veterans warn situation could escalate if wall is not demolished (Koha)
• Mustafa: Those who hindered visa liberalisation should be ashamed (Koha)
• Lunacek: Kosovo to fulfill criteria for visa liberalisation (Zeri/RFE)
• Fajon: There is still hope for visas (Epoka e Re)
• NATO confirms eight new activities with Kosovo (Koha Ditore)
• O’Connell: Missing persons issue cannot be negotiated (Koha Ditore)
• Gecaj: Demarcation must be ratified this month (Zeri)

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Government announces new initiatives on demarcation (Indeksonline)

By   /  02/12/2016  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The news site reports that the government does not intend to give up on the issue of border demarcation with Montenegro. Kosovo government officials said if the recent proposal for measurement of the territory is not realized, there will be new initiatives to put an conclusion to this agreement. Kosovo’s Deputy Minister of Local Government […]

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Headlines 30 November

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• Belgrade warns for an increased pressure on Association (Koha Ditore)
• Serbian List MPs will not participate in today’s Assembly session (Koha)
• Increased readiness within EU for visa liberalisation for Kosovo (Epoka)
• Prosecution to investigate Astrit Dehari’s visitors in prison (Indeksonline)
• Amnesty International raises Astrit Dehari’s case (Koha Ditore)
• Drenas/Glogovac elections bypass demarcation (Zeri)
• An additional month detention for Vetevendosje activists (media)
• Court requests additional information on Uke Rugova’s case (media)
• O’Connell: Nepotism culture needs to end in Kosovo (RTKLive)

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Government hopes on Serbian List and opposition votes to pass demarcation (Indeksonline)

By   /  24/11/2016  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The Kosovo government is relying on the votes of the Serbian List or one part of the opposition to ratify the draft law on the border demarcation with Montenegro. Bajram Gecaj, advisor to Prime Minister Isa Mustafa, told the news website today that even if all MPs of the ruling coalition would vote in favor […]

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Headlines 23 November

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• LDK agrees with PDK’s proposals for budget amendments (Koha/Zeri)
• Government publicly calls Serbian List to return to institutions (Kosova Sot)
• Delawie: Transparency and accountability are vital (Zeri)
• UK will not get involved in Dehari case (media)
• Kosovo chief prosecutor’s house robbed (media)
• Two more months of detention for former PDK MP Syla (Zeri)
• Veseli supported a company suspected of illegal acquisition of shares (Koha)

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Gecaj: December is crucial for visa liberalisation (Telegrafi)

By   /  21/11/2016  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Kosovo’s Deputy Minister for Local Government, Bajram Gecaj, said in an interview for the news website that December is the final time for ratifying the border demarcation agreement between Kosovo and Montenegro. “In 2017, many EU member states will go to elections and the attention on Kosovo could be lost. This is why December is […]

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Rašić: Constitutional Court institutionalized (KIM radio)

By   /  01/11/2016  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

“The Constitutional Court maybe unwittingly had become an instrument of political decisions,” told RTV KIM, Deputy Nenad Rašić about the decision of the Constitutional Court to reject the Serbian List’s request to assess the constitutionality of the Trepča law. “I’m disappointed with this decision. I think that courts, even the Constitutional Court should be independent. […]

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Headlines 31 October

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• Last two barricades in Mitrovica North removed (Koha/RFE/Kallxo)
• Veseli: I am proud with KLA warriors (Epoka e Re)
• Haradinaj: I don’t fear the special court (Zeri)
• Protests against the sentence for KLA members (RTK)
• PDK expected to appoint Minister of European Integration this week (Koha)
• Gecaj: We will have meetings with Serbian List (Zeri)
• Djuric to visit Kosovo on Monday (media)
• Hoxhaj in Jeddah, seeks Kosovo’s recognition by OIC member states (Koha)

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Headlines 25 October

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• Parties close to agreement on border demarcation (Koha Ditore)
• Six failures of the ruling coalition (Zeri)
• Appeals Court upholds sentences for members of “Drenica 2” group (Koha)
• O’Connell: Nepotism problematic for Kosovo (Epoka e Re)
• Netherlands approves Special Court’s headquarters in The Hague (Kosova Sot)
• Haziri: LDK and PDK are not in a love partnership (RTK)

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Headlines 18 October

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• Serbian List postpones demarcation (Zeri)
• Demarcation removed from government’s list of priorities (Koha)
• Ferati: Coalition is stable, but it’s not easy to secure 80 votes (Epoka)
• Government to ask for temporary measure on Trepca (RTK)
• Tahiri: Serbia is aware of recognition of Kosovo criteria (Bota Sot)
• Pajaziti: EU, the only option for Nehat Thaçi’s release (Indeksonline)
• Dikovic: Law on Trepca threatens fragile situation in Kosovo (Koha)
• KIA has information on Serbs arrested in Montenegro (Zeri)
• Rama: Unification of Albania and Kosovo belongs to the past (Kosovapress)

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