Pristina

Macron, in fact, has a plan?

According to unofficial information of the newspaper Blic, during the two-day visit to Belgrade, Emmanuel Macron informed Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic about this.
The French President intends to engage more actively in this region, says Blic's source and explains:

Last Despatches: A Death Foretold – Kosovo Editor Killed Amid Political Unrest

Two bullets were fired at Enver Maloku's apartment in Pristina on July 18, 1998. One hit the railings of the balcony; the other hasn't been found. The assassination attempt failed.

When or not it was the same shooter who opened fire on the afternoon of January 11, 1999, this time the attempt succeeded.

Serbian Politician: Bulgarian Intelligence Officers Hinder Agreement with Kosovo

A team of intelligence officers, including Bulgarians, is trying to block an agreement between Kosovo and Serbia and works against the interests of Belgrade. This is what Serbian parliamentary committee for Kosovo, Milovan Drecun, said in an interview with Serbian newspaper Kurir. According to him, the team is based in Skopje.

Financial Times: Borrell to face five challenges, Kosovo among others

Federica Mogherini's successor, Josep Borrell, will face with the open issues of Iran, Venezuela, China and relations with USA.
"Spanish veteran will face with numerous challenges, starting from Venezuela to the Balkans, in times of EU fading impact", FT reports, adding that tensions between Belgrade and Pristina are rising, despite EU mediation.

Ejupi reports Vucic to German police

This statement had caused strong reactions of Kosovo officials, including the former lawyer of Ejupi, Mahmut Halimi, who denied those allegations. Following Serbian President's indication at a news conference, Halimi confirmed for "inFocus" paper, that Ejupi turned to the German judicial authorities, and reported Vucic, the KoSSev portal reported on the writing of Prishtina's "Gazete Expres".

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