“Endrit Shala, Kosovo’s Trade and Industry Minister, ordered the trade inspection to prevent import and selling of products with tags which, he said, violated the Constitution and laws, the Beta news agency reported.

The prohibited labels read: ‘Kosovo and Metohija’ (Serbia’s name for Kosovo), ‘Kosovo UNMIK’ (UN administration) and ‘Kosovo Resolution 1244’ (UN Resolution passed after the 1998-1999 war).

The move followed the November 6 Kosovo Government’s decision to introduce 10 percent tariffs on goods imported from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina violating the CEFTA agreement.” (N1)