Members of Kosovo's huge diaspora intend to vote in larger numbers than ever in the forthcoming October elections - but advocacy groups say the process is still too complicated and time-consuming.
Those who have registered to vote have until October 4 to access their right to cast ballots in the early parliamentary elections due on October 6.
Apart from the Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis, as a host of the event, the lunch is attended by the prime ministers of Hungary Victor Orban, Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki, Prime Minister of Slovakia Peter Pelegrini, as well as prime ministers of Western Balkans, among others, Albanian PM Edi Rama, Montenegrin PM Dusko Markovic, and Prime Minister of Northern Macedonia, Zoran Zaev.
He said that there were times when he was told that nothing can be done without Serbia's "consent", Gazeta Express carries.
"They wanted to hand us over to Serbia. They've told us that without Serbia's consent we cannot perform our duties", Haradinaj said. He revealed his reaction to this statement, for which he hadn't disclosed the person who addressed him.
The Hague-based Kosovo Specialist Prosecution has summoned Lulzim Kabashi, a former commander of the Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA, for questioning on allegations of crimes committed during the Kosovo independence war of the late-1990s.
"I have been invited by Hague prosecutors in the capacity of witness," Kabashi told BIRN.
He is due in The Hague on 24 September.
Leader of the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo (AAK), Ramush Haradinaj justified his decision to impose 100% tariffs to Serbian goods, presenting what coalition AAK-PDK has to offer now, as Kosovo online reports.
In the Facebook post, Haradinaj urged judicial authorities to quickly resolve the case and punish the perpetrators accordingly, the Kosovo Clan reports.
"The leaders claiming that the taxes will not be abolished are lying. It is not fair to mislead the voters", Pacolli said for RTK.
He said that the introduction of tariffs was at first "a reasonable move", but that some of the vital problems that Pristina faces should have been resolved in the course of this process.