investigation 14 Nov 12

Kosovo Govt Paid to Help President Meet US Officials

Atifete Jahjaga’s office denies paying a lobbying firm to help set up meetings in the US - but the company’s disclosure to the US Justice Department reveals that Kosovo’s government paid it to do just that.

By Parim Olluri
Pristina Insight
Pristina

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