Kosovo government

Grisly Discovery in Serbia Brings Trauma Back to Kosovo Village

Heavy rain cut short Besim Deliu's work at the memorial site in the village of Rezalla where he had gone to clean up his father's grave.

The grave has been left empty for more than two decades while he was waiting for the body of his father Xhelil to be found, and he has often had to remove water that has gathered there during downpours.

Kosovo MP Condemned for ‘Biased’ Comments About Missing Serbs

A group of Kosovo civil society organisations called on the Kosovo authorities on Thursday to condemn comments made by ruling Vetevendosje (Self-Determination) party MP Arbereshe Kryeziu Hyseni, who said that ethnic Albanian missing persons are more of a priority than Serbs.

Vučić: A heavy burden is ahead of us

As Vui says, Kurti talks all the time about Kosovo's cultural heritage and Kosovo's heritage, not Serbian.
Vui said that on the occasion of the letter that Kurti addressed to the abbot of the monastery Visoki Decani, father Sava Janji, in which he presented him with "the commitment of the Kosovo government in the protection of the Kosovo heritage of all communities in Kosovo".

Lawsuit against Serbia still possible? "Unexpected" assistance offered

First of all, as Kosovo Online reports, this is due to the fact that the Hague Tribunal did not investigate Slobodan Milosevic on the account of this act, but it also points out that it is ready to help prepare the lawsuit if Pristina asks her to do so, Ekonomija Online writes.

"If it is true that Norway offered that to Pristina..."

The former diplomat commented for Tanjug on the writing of Pristina's Koha that, in addition to the government in Pristina, external experts will be engaged in the dialogue process, and stated that the Balkans Policy Research Group (BPRG), the Kosovo government and the Norwegian Embassy have already signed a memorandum of understanding which determines the modalities of their engagement.