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Court orders arrest of four former Kosovo Serb police officers (KoSSev, N1, Insajderi)

By   /  22/08/2019  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  Comments Off on Court orders arrest of four former Kosovo Serb police officers (KoSSev, N1, Insajderi)

A court in Pristina has issued arrest warrants for four Serbs, former Kosovo Police officers charged with smuggling goods from Serbia, the Insajderi portal reported on Thursday. The court is reported to have issued the arrest warrants on August 2, the KoSSev portal said. Insajderi said that the four former police officers are suspected of […]

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Pristina: ”Resolution on genocide”, a photo and media (KoSSev)

By   /  17/05/2019  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  Comments Off on Pristina: ”Resolution on genocide”, a photo and media (KoSSev)

The Assembly of Kosovo adopted a resolution on ”genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes of the former regime of the Serbian state committed in Kosovo,” yesterday. The headlines of Kosovo media, however, were marked with a photo of a scene of an alleged group rape, which Kosovo MP Flora Brovina showed to the media […]

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Two former KLA fighters remain on Interpol’s wanted list (Insajderi)

By   /  02/03/2018  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The news website reports that although Kosovo’s Minister of Internal Affairs, Flamur Sefaj, said this week that Interpol has confirmed lifting arrest warrants for former Kosovo Liberation Army fighters, wanted by Serbia, there are two more that are still on the list of wanted persons. Sources told Insajderi that former KLA members, Ramiz Qeriqi and […]

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All MP visits abroad suspended (Insajderi)

By   /  22/01/2018  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The Assembly Presidency decided today to suspend all the visits of the Kosovo Assembly MPs abroad. The decision will be in power until the 20 February. The Assembly Presidency held its first meeting today after the holidays. This gave the first opportunity to the Presidency to discuss the specialist chambers, as there was no quorum […]

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LDK: We will discuss possible coalitions after certification of results (Insajderi)

By   /  15/06/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Arban Abrashi, spokesperson for the Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK), said that the party has yet to discuss possible coalitions but that it will do so after certification of election results. “I believe the presidency will review all requests in the coming days”, Abrashi said.

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PDK promises visa liberalisation in 2018 (Insajderi)

By   /  30/05/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Deputy leader of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), Enver Hoxhaj, said in an interview aired on Klan Kosova that he believed visa liberalisation will happen in 2018. “I don’t wish to mention dates but I believe that in January of 2018 citizens will be able to travel without visas,” Hoxhaj said.

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Haradinaj: No room in Kosovo for association of Serb municipalities (Insajderi)

By   /  17/05/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

Ramush Haradinaj, leader of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK) and candidate for prime minister from the coalition with the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) and the Initiative for Kosovo (NISMA), said at a memorial ceremony in the village of Jabllanica that he would use the trust given by the citizens and the […]

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LDK candidate officially announced (Insjaderi.com)

By   /  16/05/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

The Democratic League of Kosovo (LDK) announced officially that Avdullah Hoti will be their candidate for the Prime Minister at the early elections on 11 June. This decision was made today at the meeting of the party. The leader of the party, Isa Mustafa, said that all heads of LDK branches supported Hoti for Prime […]

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UNMIK Headlines 15 May

By   /  15/05/2017  /  UNMIK Media Reports - Morning Edition  /  No Comments

LDK against the idea of a broad pre-election coalition (Koha Ditore)
Veseli: Elections came as consequence of Mustafa’s failure (Epoka e Re)
Haradinaj: Internationals to settle Kosovo-Serbia outstanding issues (Koha)
Xharra in a stable condition following assault (Koha/Insajderi)
Hoyt hopes new Kosovo prime minister will ratify demarcation (Lajmi)
Rakic blames EU for murders in the north (Zëri)

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Ambassador Delawie calls for a halt to KSF transformation (Insajderi)

By   /  15/03/2017  /  Articles from Kosovo media  /  No Comments

In an interview to Insajderi news website, the US Ambassador Greg Delawie said that Kosovo should have an army but that this should be done through constitutional amendments and in consultation with all communities in Kosovo. Delawie dismissed statements by Kosovo officials that the creation of the Kosovo army is happening in full coordination with […]

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Headlines 22 December

By   /  22/12/2016  /  UNMIK Media Reports - Morning Edition  /  No Comments

• Slavko Simic dismissed from post of Serbian List leader (Zeri/Klan Kosova)
• Kosovo Assembly to vote on next year’s budget today (Kosova Sot)
• Border demarcation, next year (Zeri)
• Turkish President Erdogan to receive President Thaci next week (media)
• Kosovo heading towards bankruptcy (Zeri)
• Kosovo keeps license for Serbia Telecom a secret (Koha)
• “Early next year could bring new recognitions from Asia” (Epoka)
• Svecla: Increased chances for VV-AKR coalition at central level (Gazeta Metro)
• Austria keeps soldiers in Kosovo to prevent terrorism (Insajderi)

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Headlines 15 December

By   /  15/12/2016  /  UNMIK Media Reports - Morning Edition  /  No Comments

• Delawie: Special court to push Kosovo towards EU (Kosova Sot/RTK)
• Rakic: Wall will not be demolished, only redesigned (Zeri)
• Foreign Ministry rejects Djuric’s request to enter Kosovo (Gazeta Express)
• The northerners call the parallel structures legal (Koha Ditore)
• “Government is responsible for Kosovo’s isolation (Epoka e Re)
• Thaci’s visits to Serb memorials are seen as political games (Koha Ditore)
• Serbian oil company trying to act illegally in Kosovo (Epoka e Re)
• Air pollution in Pristina on Wednesday breaks all records (Insajderi)

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