“The NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg had a phone call today with Mr Ramush Haradinaj of Kosovo. He informed Mr Haradinaj that the North Atlantic Council had an initial discussion on the recently adopted laws on the transition of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF). The Secretary General informed Mr Haradinaj that, as the mandate of the KSF is evolving, the North Atlantic Council will re-examine NATO’s level of engagement with the KSF in the new year. NATO will continue its KFOR mission to ensure a safe and secure environment in Kosovo. KFOR operates under a UN mandate and will not be affected by the laws on the transition of KSF. The Secretary General will continue his engagement with all actors relevant for regional stability.” (NATO HQ)
US Ambassador to BiH Eric George Nelson of @USEmbassySJJ to Meet #RepublikaSrpska Officials.
#Serbian Ruling Party under @avucic Wants Early Elections.
#Kosovo PM @haradinajramush Dismisses Deputy in Government for NATO "Genocide" Remarks.
Leaders look back on the 20th anniversary of the #NATO bombings of #Yugoslavia.
Anti-government protests continue in #Serbia and #Montenegro.
#Croatian municipalities are forming joint tourism boards to deal with immense tourism
20th Anniversary of the NATO Intervention in Yugoslavia Remembered in #Kosovo and #Serbia
@KolindaGK : #Croats are the oldest constituent people in #BiH.
President of N. #Macedonia Ivanov Refuses to Sign Bill into Law
Twenty years later, @AlexanderSmith and Vladimir Banic write about the anniversary of the @NATO bombings in #Yugoslavia and what the future might hold for #Kosovo.
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