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Press Review 27 Feb 13

Kosovo Press Review - February 27, 2013

Kosovo north to be turned into a protectorate. EULEX fails towards bombers. Rexhepi’s decision rejected, current dialogue to end with a transitional solution.

Pristina

EXPRESS

The Basic Court in Mitrovica rejected the decision of Interior Minister, Bajram Rexhepi, for the suspension of ex-Kosovo Police commander of the station in northern Mitrovica, the daily reports.

The court ruled that Serbian Milia Milosevic can turn back to office.

ZERI

Although attacks and assaults increased in the north of Kosovo, the EULEX police is continuing to prove it is unable in preventing crimes and catching criminals, the paper writes.

TRIBUNA

The current dialogue between Pristina and Belgrade can come to an end in June with a transitional solution for the north of Kosovo, Tribuna reports.

According to the Kosovo daily, the parties will be looking for a final solution in a new negotiating process which could start two or three years later.

Balkan Insight has not verified the facts in the original press reports and cannot vouch for their accuracy.

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