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"Dirty laundry should be kept away from the foreign statesmen"

Moreover, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic showed no dignity either, in front of the foreign statesman.
"Basic good manners dictates that dirty laundry, if there is any, should be kept inside the house. We have to stop with this provincial and humiliating habit of complaining to foreigners on each other", Jovanovic told daily Blic.

US Congress Committee Urges Serbia to Try American-Albanians’ Killers

The US Congress's House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday re-passed a resolution aimed at putting pressure on the Serbian authorities to solve the murders of Ylli, Agron, and Mehmet Bytyqi, US citizens of Albanian origin who were killed after the Kosovo war in July 1999.

Hague Prosecutor Criticises Serbian Politicians for Genocide Denial

The chief prosecutor at the UN-backed Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals, Serge Brammertz, told the UN Security Council in New York on Wednesday that comments by two Serbian politicians on last week's 24th anniversary of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide were intolerable.

"I've heard that Haradinaj advocates disruption of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue"

Still, he added, this suspension cannot last long.
In the interview for the Voice of America, Veseli said that the resolution of Kosovo issue lies in Serbian recognition of Kosovo's independence as, as he said "sovereign state of Kosovo within existing borders". In return, "Kosovo will recognize the Republic of Serbia".

Kosovo Accuses ‘Serbian Spies’ of Taking Municipal Documents

The Kosovo Prosecution told BIRN on Tuesday that the files found on the two Serbian citizens who were arrested last week for alleged espionage contained work-related documents about the head of the municipality of Kllokot/Klokot, including diplomas and contracts.

Jovanovic: We hadn't even thought of asking for a meeting with Macron

As he explained, according to the protocol, the meeting is scheduled by the Embassy of the country the guest comes from.
Meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, during his visit to Belgrade, was requested by one of the leaders of the opposition Alliance for Serbia, Dragan Djilas.

Macron's Belgrade visit, day 2

Accompanied by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic. Macron will talk to the representatives of Regional Youth Cooperation Office (RYCO), the project within Berlin Process.

LIVE: Macron and Vucic at the Palace Serbia, meetings to follow FOTO/VIDEO

On the eve of the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron, President Vucic said that this visit presents a confirmation that Serbia and France are on the right path to reach higher levels of political and economic cooperation, deserved for their continued and firm friendship and proclaimed strategic partnership.

Vucic: Bienvenue â Belgrade, Bienvenue en Serbie

On the eve of the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron, President Vucic said that this visit presents a confirmation that Serbia and France are on the right path to reach higher levels of political and economic cooperation, deserved for their continued and firm friendship and proclaimed strategic partnership.

French media: Macron in Serbia with the aim of reviving "severed relations"

French television "France 24" states that Belgrade-Pristina relations will be among main issues for discussion.
This broadcaster reminds of the fact that this is the first visit of the French President to Serbia after Jacques Chirac's stay in the Balkan region back in 2001.

Serbian Politician: Bulgarian Intelligence Officers Hinder Agreement with Kosovo

A team of intelligence officers, including Bulgarians, is trying to block an agreement between Kosovo and Serbia and works against the interests of Belgrade. This is what Serbian parliamentary committee for Kosovo, Milovan Drecun, said in an interview with Serbian newspaper Kurir. According to him, the team is based in Skopje.

Female Kosovo Journalist Targeted by ‘Evil’ Online Threats

"The threats to Zana Cimili, as to other N1 journalists, are not only threats to the individual reporters but also to freedom of speech and of the media as fundamental democratic rights," said the channel, which has reporters in countries across the former Yugoslavia.

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