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A challenging year for Kosovo starts; State and unemployment; Hoxhaj looking for a Serbian ambassador to Zagreb
Kosovo enters the sixth year of independence with a lot of challenges ahead. This year, Kosovo institutions will have a lot to do in order to convince their international partners that their state is ready to move forward, the paper writes. According to Tribuna, the normalization of relations with Serbia, the organizing of free elections and the implementation of European integration criteria are the main challenges Kosovo will face during this year.
During five years of it’s independence the main problem Kosovo faces is the high degree of unemployment. The Kosovo daily underlines the dissatisfaction Kosovo citizens have towards authorities, while it reminds that 44.9 per cent of Kosovo’s population is unemployed.
Kosovo Foreign Minister, Enver Hoxhaj, is looking for a new ambassador to Croatia, the daily writes. The paper quotes Hoxhaj’s interview given to a German radio, where he announced the ambassador to Zagreb has to be a Serbian citizen of Kosovo.
Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy
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