Independence of Kosovo

Kosovo, Serbia, CSOs Urge Govts to Break Dialogue Stalemate

In a bid to push the governments of Serbia and Kosovo to renew the stalled EU-facilitated dialogue on normalisation of relations, 47 civil society organisations, CSOs, from both countries on Friday urged them to make more of an effort, expressing "deep concern" about a "deteriorating situation on the ground".

Serbia Strengthening ‘Parallel Structures’, Kosovo Deputy PM Says

"The final agreement should be centred on mutual recognition," Bislimi, who is Prime Minister Albin Kurti's person in charge of the dialogue, added.

'Nothing is happening'

Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti (second left) and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic (right) meet for the first time in Brussels, June 15, 2021. Photo: Josep Borrell/Twitter. 

‘Fearful’ Witness in Kosovo Serb Politician’s Murder Trial Changes Testimony

A witness at the trial for the 2018 killing of Kosovo Serb political party leader Oliver Ivanovic, told Pristina Basic Court on Wednesday that he wanted to change the testimony he previously gave to Kosovo's Special Prosecution.

The witness, who the judges asked media not to name for security reasons and to avoid witness-tampering, said he made the decision because he is afraid.

If Albanians invade Valac? "That would be chaotic, Serbia must prevent a new exodus"

As the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, pointed out, the capture of Vala would be catastrophic for our people, and he stated that he was worried because the Albanians demonstrated that international agreements were not valid for them.
Vui said that "those who plan to do that were grossly deceived".

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