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Kosovo’s Ministry of Infrastructure states that works on the road Decani-Plav continue by avoiding the protected area (Kossev)

By   /  28/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Political Advisor to the Minister of Infrastructure Fatos Mani told Pristina based daily Gazeta Express that the works on the route to Plav continue with avoiding the protected area around the monastery. According to him, the opposition of the monastery to the construction of the road has a political character, writes today portal Kossev. Mani […]

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Delawie: Border demarcation, closer than ever (Zeri)

By   /  05/03/2018  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, said that the ratification of the border demarcation agreement with Montenegro is closer than ever thanks to the “hard work across party lines”. “It is time to bring it across the finish line this week,” Delawie told Kosovo MPs through Twitter.

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 Delawie: Special Court will not judge a population, but individual cases (Koha)

By   /  17/01/2018  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, spoke at a press conference about the importance of the Special Court. He once again expressed condolences for the murder of the Serb leader, Oliver Ivanovic, and added that he is there to talk about a completely different matter. “I am here to talk about justice… I want […]

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Ministry of Finance to support financially Global Coalition against ISIS (RTK)

By   /  28/12/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Kosovo’s Finance Minister, Bedri Hamza, signed today on behalf of the government of Kosovo a Memorandum of Understanding together with the U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, with which Kosovo will support financially the global coalition against ISIS. “Except for the fact that this memorandum implements the decision of the government of the Republic of […]

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Apostolova and Delawie appeal for changes on the justice system (lajmi.net)

By   /  11/12/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Head of the  EU Office to Kosovo Naliya Apostolova, said Kosovo should consider  review of the Justice Sector a priority, to proceed further with the agenda of European reforms, amendment of the criminal code, code for criminal procedure. Law on prevention of conflict of interest as well as concept document for suspension of senior officials […]

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Delawie: We will observe process of counting votes as well (RTK)

By   /  22/10/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, said today that international observers will be observing election process, as well as counting of votes. “I am very glad to be here today, to in a way start my day as observer of local elections here in Kosovo. The United States of America believe that Kosovo has […]

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Delawie: Kosovo Assembly to begin work as soon as possible (RTK)

By   /  28/09/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, said he agreed with the statement of the EU Special Representative Nataliya Apostolova who criticized the Kosovo Assembly for being slow in scheduling the next session. “Assembly should get to work as soon as possible to serve the people of Kosovo. Real problems need solutions now,” Delawie tweeted.

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UNMIK Headlines 18 August

By   /  18/08/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports - Morning Edition  /  No Comments

Pacolli postpones the ultimatum (Koha Ditore)
Delawie to MPs: Find a solution, do not argue pointlessly (Klan Kosova)
PAN: Next week, crucial for creation of institutions (Epoka e Re)
Abdixhiku: LDK does not accept any ultimatum (Zeri)
Buja: I did not have other solution but to leave PDK (Epoka e Re)
SRSG Zahir Tanin condemns the attack against Parim Olluri (Insajderi)
Kosovo leaders condemn terrorist attack in Barcelona (media)

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UNMIK Headlines 22 July

By   /  22/07/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports - Morning Edition  /  No Comments

• Hoxhaj: Kosovo has ensured votes for UNESCO and INTERPOL (Zeri)
• Haradianj calls on Mustafa and Pacolli for support (RTK)
• Mustafa: No loyal LDK MP would vote Haradinaj (RTK)
• Delawie meets Kurti and Konjufca (RTK)
• Mogherini speaks in Greece about Pristina-Belgrade dialogue (Koha)
• Vetevendosje announces internal elections (RTK)
• Delawie: Government should be formed by people voters elected (TV Herc, RTK)

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Delawie with families of missing persons in Kosovo (KoSSev)

By   /  19/07/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

United States Ambassador to Pristina Greg Delawie yesterday visited the multi-ethnic Resource Center for Families of Missing Persons in Kosovo. In addition to a photo published with representatives of the Associations of Families of the Missing and Abducted, the US ambassador on his Twitter account stated that everyone must do more to support the efforts […]

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UNMIK Headlines 12 July

By   /  12/07/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports - Morning Edition  /  No Comments

“Haradinaj received support from non-Serb communities” (Zeri)
Elections of PAN candidate for Assembly President, not certain (Koha)
International officials in Kosovo begin meeting political leaders (Koha Ditore)
PDK’s Haxhiu: PAN has so far 63 votes (Koha)
Kusari-Lila: New government by Vetevendosje and LAA (Klan Kosova)
Kurti speaks about plans to form government with LDK (Bota Sot)
Hahn: New government to tackle corruption and demarcation (Epoka)
EU to gather today Western Balkans Prime Ministers in Italy (Epoka) 

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Delawie: A solution to overcome stagnation of processes should be found (RTK)

By   /  03/07/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

 The Ambassador of the United States of America said during his speech at the celebration of the fourth of July that there is no doubt that Kosovo has come a long way over these 21 years. “The progress is undeniable.  But I think it’s clear that some of the early enthusiasm has waned.  We are […]

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