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brussels-agreement-implementation-heavily-delayed-says-report 24 Apr 15 Too Few Serbia-Kosovo Deals Implemented, Report

Implementation of the normalization agreement between Kosovo and Serbia has been patchy, with only four of the 17 agreements being put into action since 2011, a new report says.

serb-representatives-return-to-kosovo-parliament-and-govt 24 Apr 15 Serbs Call off Boycott of Kosovo Parliament

Following a two-month boycott of Kosovo institutions, Serbian representatives are returning to government after receiving assurances concerning their agreement with coalition partners.

serbian-official-insists-on-visit-despite-refusal-from-kosovo 23 Apr 15 Serbian Official Defiant Over Kosovo Visit

A senior Serbian official has said he will proceed with his visit to Kosovo, even though it has not been approved by the Kosovo authorities.

belgrade-pristina-talks-yield-few-results 22 Apr 15 Kosovo Agrees Halt to Disputed Privatisations

At the latest Belgrade-Pristina talks in Brussels, Kosovo agreed not to unilaterally privatize companies in the mainly Serbian north without seeking the consent of the community.



eu-helps-create-balkan-transport-network 22 Apr 15 EU Hails Balkan Transport Network Deal

Leaders of six Western Balkans countries meeting on Tuesday in Brussels agreed on plans for a regional transport network, to which the EU has pledged 130 million euros.

kosovo-belgrade-replied-with-a-threat-1 20 Apr 15 Kosovo FM Thaci’s Belgrade Visit Cancelled

A Belgrade-based NGO which asked Kosovo Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci to visit the Serbian capital for a conference has revoked the invitation, blaming what it said was political pressure.

thaci-mulls-belgrade-visit-amid-arrest-warning 16 Apr 15 Kosovo’s Thaci Given Serbia Arrest Warning

Kosovo foreign minister Hashim Thaci could attend an NGO conference in Belgrade later this month although a warrant for his arrest for alleged war crimes is still active in Serbia.

french-company-signs-490-mn-investment-deal-for-brezovica-ski-resort 14 Apr 15 Kosovo Signs French Deal for Brezovica Ski Resort

Kosovo signed a 409 million euro investment deal with a French consortium for its largest ski centre amid worries in the Serb community that local workers will be pushed out.

serbia-worried-over-incidents-in-kosovo-north 14 Apr 15 Serbia Troubled by North Kosovo Violence

Belgrade officials expressed concerns about a recent spate of violent incidents in northern Kosovo and called for attacks on Serbs to be punished.

kosovo-serb-protection-forces-to-begin-integration-next-week 14 Apr 15 Serb 'Protection Force' Members to Join Kosovo Police

The process of integrating the Serb-run Civilna Zastita (Civil Protection) force in northern Kosovo into the regular police is expected to begin next week.

kosovo-serb-diplomas-to-be-accepted-by-pristina 09 Apr 15 Kosovo Offers Deal on Serb-Language Diplomas

A deal by which Kosovo will accept diplomas issued by the Serbian university in the north as valid may help Kosovo's ethnic minorities get more jobs - and solve a long-running dispute over higher education.

serbian-officials-say-kosovo-albania-will-never-unite 07 Apr 15 Serbian PM Vows to Stop Albanians Uniting

Folllowing a misquoted report of the Albanian PM's TV interview, Serbia's Aleksandar Vucic went on Twitter to say he will never allow Albania and Kosovo to become one state.

return-of-kosovo-serbs-to-parliament-depends-on-fulfillment-of-agreements-1 07 Apr 15 Kosovo Serbs Set Terms For Ending Boycott

Srpska List MPs say they will return to the Kosovo parliament if it is guaranteed that their December coalition agreement with the ruling parties is fully respected.

north-kosovo-civilna-zastita-to-be-dissembled-2 30 Mar 15 Kosovo Serb 'Civil Protection' Force Faces Disbanding

A Kosovo minister said that the Serb-run Civilna Zastita (Civil Protection) force in the north will soon be dissolved and incorporated into the country's regular police.

kosovo-pm-we-have-established-a-direct-line-to-belgrade 26 Mar 15 Kosovo PM Says He Has Hotline to Belgrade

Prime Minister Isa Mustafa on Thursday said that he and the Serbian Prime Minister had agreed to discuss certain problems directly - and not rely solely on meetings in Brussels.