Politics of Kosovo

Serbia says it is disappointed with possible US sale of anti-tank missiles to Kosovo

The United States has received Kosovo's request to purchase Javelin anti-tank missiles, the US ambassador to Serbia on Thursday told President Aleksandar Vucic, who expressed "deep disappointment."

The US State Department said later Thursday that it approved the possible sale of the 246 missiles and related equipment to Kosovo for an estimated cost of $75 million.

Stano: High-level dialogue possible when there is willingness, agenda

BRUSSELS - EU spokesperson Peter Stano said on Monday a continuation of high-level dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina was possible "any time when there is willingness to meet and when there is an agenda to discuss," adding that the EU did not speculate on any upcoming meeting.

It was approved: No more stickers on license plates from Serbia

"The removal of this regime is an act of good neighborly relations and comes after full recognition of the plates of the Republic of Kosovo by Serbia," it is stated in the press release of the so-called Kosovo Government.
The decision enters into force on the day of its publication in the Official Gazette.

Brnabic files reservation to EU declaration to protect Serbian interests

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic has filed a reservation to an EU declaration adopted at Wednesday's EU-Western Balkans summit in Brussels to protect Serbian interests, making it clear that Kosovo-Metohija remained an integral part of the Republic of Serbia in line with UNSCR 1244, the Serbian government said in a statement.