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Reports on Russian Influence in Kosovo and Macedonia

Reports on Russian Influence in Kosovo and Macedonia

“Kosovar Center for Security Studies recently published a report on the Russian presence in Kosovo and how the Russian influence is exercised internally, but also in regard to the country’s international status. The report is part of a growing interest of research community in Europe on how Russia […]

US Amb. Delawie to Kosovo: Find a Way to Fight CorruptionPhoto: US Embassy Kosovo

US Amb. Delawie to Kosovo: Find a Way to Fight Corruption

“The United States Ambassador in Kosovo, Greg Delawie, said today that Kosovo has improved the climate for doing business and added that entrepreneurs must fight corruption. It is apparent that your interest in developing entrepreneurship coincides with the 2018 Doing Business Report, moving from 60th to 40th place. […]

Thaci at Kosovo Security Forces Promotion Ceremony of Non-majority CommunitiesPhoto:RTKLive

Thaci at Kosovo Security Forces Promotion Ceremony of Non-majority Communities

“The President of the Republic of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, attended today the promotion ceremony of the five members of the non-majority communities in the First Battalion of the Kosovo Security Force. President Thaci initially congratulated for this great step of the KSF towards the building of a professional […]

Dacic in NYC for UN Security Council Meeting on KosovoPhoto: European Western Balkans

Dacic in NYC for UN Security Council Meeting on Kosovo

“Serbia’s First Deputy PM and Foreign Minister (Ivica Dacic) will on Tuesday represent his country at a UN Security Council session dedicated to Kosovo. The meeting at the UN headquarters in New York will consider the UN secretary-general’s latest report on the work of the UN mission (UNMIK) […]

Kosovo WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Haradinaj Still has Interpol Red Warrant, Gov’t to Finance Kumanovo Militants’ Families, 2 Month Deadline for Border Demarcation, IMF: Economic Model UnsustainablePhoto: Kosovadiaspora.com

Kosovo WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Haradinaj Still has Interpol Red Warrant, Gov’t to Finance Kumanovo Militants’ Families, 2 Month Deadline for Border Demarcation, IMF: Economic Model Unsustainable

“Kosovo accused Serbia of undermining a European Union-sponsored dialogue between the two countries by refusing to withdraw an international arrest warrant for Kosovo’s prime minister. Tensions between the states heightened early this year after Ramush Haradinaj, a former Kosovar guerilla leader who in September took over as prime […]

Congress to Receive Film About Kosovo?Photo: weightofchains.ca

Congress to Receive Film About Kosovo?

In a Blast received by Balkan Insider, Serbian filmmaker Boris Malagurski has vowed to send every member of the US Congress a copy of his recent documentary, Kosovo: A Moment in Civilization in his newsletter sent out on November 8. He cites the Oct. 6, 2017, Congressional Research Service (CRS) Report, Kosovo: […]

OSCE in Kosovo: High Level Forum on Minority LanguagePhoto: OSCE

OSCE in Kosovo: High Level Forum on Minority Language

“A forum on language compliance in Kosovo with the aim to raise awareness among local institutions about the importance of language rights will be organized by the OSCE Mission in Kosovo tomorrow (9 November). Senior officials, including Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, Deputy Prime Minister Dalibor Jevtic, Austrian Ambassador […]

Swiss Amb to Kosovo – Fulfill Conditions for Visa LiberalizationPhoto: Ministry of Economic Development of Kosovo

Swiss Amb to Kosovo – Fulfill Conditions for Visa Liberalization

“The European Union (EU) will not deviate from the agreement on the demarcation that Montenegro and Kosovo have signed. The Kosovo government has to fulfill all conditions in order to obtain visa liberalization, said the Swiss Ambassador in Pristina, Jean Hubert Lebet. He considers that the conditions set […]