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Evidently, the people of Kosovo did not see these tactics as illegitimate. Likewise, while the current Prime Minister may have stoically condemned the protests yesterday, his party previously undertook similar actions and have only recently undergone a conversion to "respectable" political action. Kosovo
The Kosovan parliament finally ratified the border demarcation deal with Montenegro on March 21, with MPs returning to the chamber to cast their votes after a tear gas attack by the opposition. The ratification was a key precondition for Kosovo to obtain visa free travel to the EU for its citizens. However, it ...
"The ratification today of the Border Demarcation Agreement with Montenegro, by the Assembly of Kosovo, represents a real achievement, a welcome and concrete progress, very much in the spirit of good neighbourly relations as well as the new Commission Strategy for the Western Balkans.
"The European Union expects all sides in Kosovo to continue the hard work and successful efforts to achieve visa-free travel for the people of Kosovo and in the interest of the region," said a joint statement by EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, European commissioner for home affairs ...

... regarding the implementation of this Agreement, and the Helsinki Final Act, and to undertake a comprehensive assessment of the implementation of this Agreement and to consider proposals by any Party for additional measures." And we all know the will of people of Kosovo. (Free, 20 March 2018 15:36)
However, while e-commerce is seen as an important driver in developing the sector, it is still not all that popular among ordinary Kosovans. “More than 54 per cent of individuals prefer to see and buy products in shops,” Mr Krasniqi told Emerging Europe. “As well as that, 12.7 per cent do not have enough ...
The average monthly wage is just 360 euros and economic growth is dependent on remittances from the diaspora, with around 80 per cent of foreign direct investment coming from Kosovans overseas – mostly into new houses and flats in Pristina. Around 190,000 Kosovans are said to have left in the past ...
'It's like a dream': Kosovans celebrate 10 years of independence ... Text size Aa Aa. Kosovans took to the streets of Pristina to celebrate a decade of independence from Serbia on Saturday night. Kosovo-born ... Locals see the anniversary as a marker of a historic struggle for ethnic Albanian Kosovans.
Open warfare between Kosovans and Serbs was unleashed in the last desperate throw of the Milosevic regime to maintain Serb supremacy over the former Yugoslavia. In 1995, 4,000 European Bosnians were murdered in cold blood one by one in Srebrenica. As the Serb aggression moved into Kosovo up ...
Crucial Balkan Border Deal Nears Finish Line. Kosovans are hoping to travel visa-free in the EU once lawmakers ratify controversial agreement. 16 February 2018. The presidents of Kosovo and Montenegro today called on Kosovo's parliament to ratify a border demarcation agreement that has significant ramifications for ...
But there is growing disquiet among many Kosovans. The average monthly wage is just €360, and growth is dependent on remittances from the diaspora, with around 80% of foreign direct investment coming from Kosovans overseas – mostly into new houses and flats in Pristina. Unemployment is around ...
“I would like to reiterate the IMF's strong support for Kosovo and look forward to our continued partnership with the government in its important reform program through policy advice and technical assistance. Finally, I would like to thank the government and the people of Kosovo for their very warm welcome ...
The agreement does not benefit the people of Kosovo and goes against the country's economic development. The government has colluded and collaborated with PRONTO clan – the group at the centre of the affair that haunted the previous government and revealed how party activists are appointed to ...
A young girl with golden hair is wearing a mask with some hearts painted on it that covers half of her childish face. Adena Berisha is only 8, but she knows exactly the meaning of the mask that her mother has decided to put on her today. “The air is very bad,” she tells K2.0, before looking at her mother for ...
BELGRADE: The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo are set to meet in Brussels next week for the first time in more than a year as part of re-launched EU-sponsored talks on normalising ties. "I am going to resume dialogue with (the Kosovans) to try to work out our problems, even if I don't trust them... we have ... Kosovo

On arrest, Jashari, admitted the charge, stating that he was motivated by the alleged damage Vllasi had done to the people of Kosovo during his days in power in the Yugoslav era in the 1980s. According the Prosecution, on May 15, 2015, members of the criminal organization "People's Eye “decided in ... Kosovo
The absence of war crimes charges for KLA atrocities is seen as a deep injustice by most Serbs, and many Kosovans complain that a culture of impunity has been allowed to grow, entrenching organised crime and government unaccountability. When the court was first established in 2016, Schwendiman, ... Kosovo
In the seven years since the start of Syria's war, Kosovo police have identified 316 Kosovans – including 31-year-old Berisha – who joined up with Islamist extremist groups in Iraq and Syria, including IS, Ahrar al-Sham, and the Nusra Front (now known as Jabhat Fateh al-Sham). Other countries have sent ... Kosovo
The Republic of Kosovo will be the first country in the world to roll out a nationwide mobile driver's licence. In the future, Kosovans will be able to use an app to display their driving licence on their smartphone. Public authorities can verify the licence by using a matching app, also available on smartphones. Kosovo
Other Balkan peoples are among the most hygienic in Europe, but quite a bit below the Bosnians and Turks: Kosovans (also mainly Muslims) are at 85%, equalled by the Greeks and followed by Romanians (84%), Serbians (83%) and Macedonians (82%). The only other European people with this level of ... Kosovo
Crucial Balkan Border Deal Nears Finish Line. Kosovans are hoping to travel visa-free in the EU once lawmakers ratify controversial agreement. 16 February 2018. The presidents of Kosovo and Montenegro today called on Kosovo's parliament to ratify a border demarcation agreement that has significant ramifications for ... Kosovo
Open warfare between Kosovans and Serbs was unleashed in the last desperate throw of the Milosevic regime to maintain Serb supremacy over the former Yugoslavia. In 1995, 4,000 European Bosnians were murdered in cold blood one by one in Srebrenica. As the Serb aggression moved into Kosovo up ... Kosovo
But there is growing disquiet among many Kosovans. The average monthly wage is just €360, and growth is dependent on remittances from the diaspora, with around 80% of foreign direct investment coming from Kosovans overseas – mostly into new houses and flats in Pristina. Unemployment is around ... Kosovo
“I would like to reiterate the IMF's strong support for Kosovo and look forward to our continued partnership with the government in its important reform program through policy advice and technical assistance. Finally, I would like to thank the government and the people of Kosovo for their very warm welcome ... Kosovo
The agreement does not benefit the people of Kosovo and goes against the country's economic development. The government has colluded and collaborated with PRONTO clan – the group at the centre of the affair that haunted the previous government and revealed how party activists are appointed to ... Kosovo
A young girl with golden hair is wearing a mask with some hearts painted on it that covers half of her childish face. Adena Berisha is only 8, but she knows exactly the meaning of the mask that her mother has decided to put on her today. “The air is very bad,” she tells K2.0, before looking at her mother for ... Kosovo
Tens of thousands of Kosovans migrated to the UK in the 1990s during the conflict in the Balkans, but thousands of Albanians also came illegally, pretending to be refugees to gain residence and even UK citizenship. Dinjan Hysaj, 40, and Agron Bakijasi, 44, were part of that wave, being allowed to stay in ... Kosovo
On his part, Kosumi expressed happiness at attending the ceremony and made a plea to all charitable organisations around the globe to stand for the people of Kosovo and consider QC as a model of dedication, hard work and quality of projects. The beneficiaries of the projects appreciated QC's efforts and ... Kosovo
... of its 2 million residents. Mr Thaci said he would “sign any decision” that parliament took on the matter despite sharp western criticism of the threat to the fledgling court. “Serbia had invaded Kosovo and it was a defensive war of the liberators and the people of Kosovo,” Mr Thaci told Radio Free Europe. Kosovo
“So these two young men, well they're not so young are going to be allowed to stay here, they claimed they were Kosovans, they claimed they were fleeing the civil war, they weren't, they were living in Albania where as far as I'm aware there is no great abuse of human rights.” He continued: “One of these ... Kosovo
“Serbia had invaded Kosovo and it was a defensive war of the liberators and the people of Kosovo,” he added, calling the court a "historical injustice." Thaci, who was a KLA commander, said that if he did not sign such a law he would "violate the constitution.” An attempt to vote on the bill failed last week ... Kosovo
Kosovo's prime minister has been the subject of a rather interesting protest in the form of hundreds of ties being hung outside one of his offices. Ramush Haradinaj's wage was doubled to 2,950 euros (£2,617) per month last week, a hike the leader blamed on his need for new ties and shirts. Kosovo
Intended to ensure energy independence for the people of Kosovo, the new power plant will replace the 40-year-old Kosovo A power plant. Claimed to be the most single-point source of pollution in Europe, the 650MW Kosovo A power plant is planned to be retired by the end of 2017. Construction of the ... Kosovo
In general, the people of Kosovo are big fans of Americans. “You go around and … there are all these leaders who have streets named after them,” Nash said. Those include former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. “Any Americans who travel to Kosovo, they are really ... Kosovo
The average monthly wage is just 360 euros and economic growth is dependent on remittances from the diaspora, with around 80 per cent of foreign direct investment coming from Kosovans overseas – mostly into new houses and flats in Pristina. Around 190,000 Kosovans are said to have left in the past ... Kosovo
'It's like a dream': Kosovans celebrate 10 years of independence ... Text size Aa Aa. Kosovans took to the streets of Pristina to celebrate a decade of independence from Serbia on Saturday night. Kosovo-born ... Locals see the anniversary as a marker of a historic struggle for ethnic Albanian Kosovans. Kosovo
Deputy Minister of Public Administration in Kosovo, Biraam Kosumi expressed his happiness to attend the ceremony and made a plea to all charitable organizations around the globe to stand for the people of Kosovo and take Qatar Charity as a model of dedication, hard work, and quality of projects. Kosovo
In general, the people of Kosovo are big fans of Americans. “You go around and … there are all these leaders who have streets named after them,” Nash said. Those include former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. “Any Americans who travel to Kosovo, they are really ... Kosovo
Socio-economic challenges – understood in this case as a lack of opportunities and a poor standard of education – may have contributed to a creating an environment in which Kosovans are more vulnerable to propaganda from extremist groups. Enablers and means of travel - Research and interviews with ... Kosovo
Kosovans' right to independence is based on their wish for it. If a majority of Catalans choose independence then they have a right to it. You either believe in democracy or you don't. You clearly do not. Pontifications about "territorial integrity" and minimising "war, human suffering, and chaos" are utter ... Kosovo
For the fear of losing their illegally obtained status and territories, Kosovans step up efforts to enlist the support of their American patrons that once led the NATO aggression against Yugoslavia. There are serious grounds for it, the expert said. “Firstly, after the referendum in Catalonia, EU, including the ... Kosovo
I returned to the UK in 2008 having worked in Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro for four years. I also occasionally worked in Bosnia. I was there to help build peace. This focused on building the capacity of remarkable young Serbs, Montenegrins, Albanians, Macedonians, Kosovans, Croats and Bosniaks. Kosovo
36% of Kosovans are still willing to join public protests for political reasons. When analysing these findings along ethnic lines, a higher percentage of K-Albanians (38.5%) than of K-Serbs (6%, compared to 39.5% in October 2016) are willing to join protests for political reasons. Only 14% of members of ... Kosovo
“It involves 19 performers, including ten Mischief La-Bas artists, seven volunteers, and – we hope, visas permitting – two young Kosovans we ... Kosovo
“The possible expulsion of the people of Kosovo was unseen in Europe since the days of the Second World War,” Thaci told reporters through a ... Kosovo
The fact that senior KLA officials have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity does not render all KLA members criminals, just as the fact that Kosovo's political leaders are corrupt does not render all the people of Kosovo corrupt. Unfortunately, in Kosovo the majority of those in favour of the ... Kosovo
Their goal, says Clark, was to “keep a safe environment for the people of Kosovo.” While there, he worked with and trained multinational units ... Kosovo
They shared equipment with African police officers who weren't prepared for -40 C weather and though the people of Kosovo had little trust left ... Kosovo


 

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