Politics of Kosovo

Serbian Proposals to Resolve Kosovo Border Row ‘Rejected in Brussels’

The director of the Serbian government's office for Kosovo, Petar Petkovic, said on Friday that the Serbian delegation that met Kosovo officials in Brussels this week had offered two proposals to resolve the simmering dispute over identity documents and vehicle licence plates for Kosovo Serbs, but both were rejected.

Vučić addresses the public? "The president cannot come to terms with that..." VIDEO

Yesterday, Petkovi was in Brussels with the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui.
According to him, Vui will address the public on Sunday at 1:30 p.m., after a meeting with Serbs from Kosovo. "President cannot come to terms with the fact that we have conflicts, that we do not have a compromise, we are working day and night to find a solution," said Petkovi.

Rakić: Ambassadors of the Quint told us to accept the independence of Kosovo VIDEO

President of the Serbian List, Goran Raki, said that he and four mayors from the north of Kosovo and Metohija met with the ambassadors of the Quint countries and that at that meeting they heard from them that their countries support the independence of Kosovo and Metohija and Pristina's moves.

"Greece is not changing its position and will not recognize Kosovo"

"During his recent visit to Belgrade (June 3), Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias reiterated that Greece's position remains unchanged and that it does not intend to recognize Kosovo's independence," said the ambassador, answering in a written interview for Tanjug the question of whether Pristina's expectations to Greece will be the first of the five remaining EU members to recognize Koso

EU Kosovo Mission ‘Unaffected’ by UK Payout to Whistleblower

EULEX has insisted that the financial settlement agreed by its former prosecutor turned whistleblower Maria Bamieh with the UK government does not have anything to do with the European rule-of-law mission in Kosovo because Bamieh's corruption allegations against EULEX were dismissed four years ago.

New strike by Quint: "The West has decided to finish the so-called Kosovo project"

The countries of the Quint - USA, Great Britain, Germany, France and Italy - activated all official and unofficial diplomatic resources in order to increase the pressure on the five members of the European Union that did not recognize Kosovo and Metohija to change that position.

Kosovo’s EU, NATO aspiration in focus as president visits Slovenia (background)

Ljubljana – Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani-Sadriu will be in Slovenia on Monday and Tuesday, discussing her country’s expectations about joining the EU and NATO, dialogue between Belgrade and Prishtina, and the situation in the Western Balkans.

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