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Balkan heads to meet EU’s leaders in Sofia, Trump conspicuous by his absence

On May 17, Europe’s leaders will try to find ways to strengthen relations with the Balkans but as euractiv.com points out “it looks set to be overshadowed by the rift with US President Donald Trump over the Iran nuclear deal.” The meeting of European heads and the six Balkan (Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, fYROMacedonia, Montenegro and Serbia) counterparts will be hosted ...

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UN Security Council to discuss on Kosovo today

The regular meeting of the UN Security Council on Kosovo is due to be held today in New York. This meeting will discuss the report of the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres regarding the political developments in Kosovo for the period from January 17 to April 15. In the quarterly report on Kosovo, Guterres has expressed his support about the ...

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Delays and obstacles in Kosovo’s army establishment

Four years ago, government of Kosovo decided to transform Kosovo Security Force (FSK) into Armed Forces with five thousand active members and three thousand in reserve. The creation of armed forces would require a special bill to be approved and the necessary constitutional amendments to take place. However, the constitutional amendments would need two third of the votes in parliament ...

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US diplomats:Dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia should lead to mutual recognition

Western Balkans faces many dangers today, while there needs to be a greater engagement by the United States and the European Union. Dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina needs to be finalized with the recognition of Kosovoa��s independence by Serbia. This is the conclusion of a new report which was presented in the recent days in Washington. The authors of this ...

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Haradinaj: Kosovo will soon be part of the European family

Kosovoa��s Ministry for European Integration held a meeting with youngsters today and this meeting was also attended by PM Ramush Haradinaj. During this meeting, Haradinaj pledged that Kosovo will soon be part of the European family. a�?The progress report confirms that Kosovo is on the map. Wea��re in a stage that may other countries have passed. Ia��d like to thank ...

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Kosovoa��s government is expecting EULEX to leave

The EU mission for the rule of law, EULEX, ends in June 2018. This is what Kosovoa��s representatives say. According to them, the European Union does not need to continue this mission, because the countrya��s institutions are ready to exert their responsibilities in the domain of justice and the rule of law. The minister of Justice, Abelard Tahiri says that ...

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Albania and its path towards European Union

The government and the Albanian diplomacy have already started their engines and are rapidly moving towards the member countries of EU for convincing the skeptics that a�?a�� the opening of the negotiations with the EU is in the interest of Europe as wella��a��. This was underlined by the President of the Republic, Ilir Meta, during his visit in the summit ...

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Serwer: Pristina needs to normalize relations with Serbia

American analyst, Daniel Serwer declared that Pristina needs a solution in terms of its relations with Serbia, as this would give way to Kosovoa��s accession in the United Nations and it would also wrap up its sovereignty. In a conference hosted in Pristina, Mr. Serwer said that authorities in Kosovo are getting ready to make difficult compromises which will be ...

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Tusk: Kosovo is close to achieving the liberalization of the visa regime

The head of the European Council, Donald Tuski declared today in Pristina that Kosovo is close to being granted the visa free travel regime. a�?I would like to congratulate you on ratifying the demarcation agreement with Montenegro. This has brought you closer to the visa liberalization processa�?, Tusk said. The senior European official said that he was convinced Kosovo would ...

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Former Integration Minister Bregu appointed General Secretary of RCC

Former minister of Integration, Majlinda Bregu is appointed asA� the General Secretary of the Regional Cooperation Council, a continuation of the Stability Pact for South-eastern Europe. The news was confirmed by Mrs. Bregu through a post on Facebook. a�?a�� I was the race, but the win belongs to my countrya��a�� a�� she writes. She expressed her gratitude to the member ...

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