Government of Kosovo

Kosovo Decision to Partly Scrap Tariffs Leaves Serbia Unmoved

Serbia has given a grudging response to the Kosovo government's decision on Tuesday to lift the 100-per-cent tariff imposed on imports from Serbia and Bosnia - fully removing the tariff for Bosnia while replacing tariffs more gradually with Serbia in line with a new principle of reciprocity.

Kosovo Confirms First Two Coronavirus Cases

Kosovo on Friday confirmed its first two cases of coronavirus, as the authorities test more people. The announcement was made at a joint press conference of Prime Minister Albin Kurti and the Minister of Health, Arben Vitia. They said two of 15 suspected cases had tested positive for the virus. Both had arrived recently from Italy, by far the worst affected country in Europe.

United States seriously threatens Pristina: We will leave; Grenell retweeted

He also stressed that if Kosovo is not fully committed to peace, the US should reconsider its presence there.
Commenting on the situation on Kosovo territory, Perdue reminded on his Twitter account that for more than two decades, US forces have been helping to maintain peace between Belgrade and Pristina.

"No reconciliation without an apology, our priority - to sue Belgrade for genocide"

As he said, there is no reconciliation without an apology and this will be a topic of dialogue.
Addressing parliament in a special session on yesterday's Women's Day, which was also attended by alleged victims of sexual violence during the last war, Kurti said his government was "well prepared to sue official Belgrade before the International Court of Justice."