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As Pristina and Belgrade seek agreement on implementing their EU-brokered deal, Albanian leaders in Serbia’s Presevo Valley are urging the Kosovo authorities to help them win more rights.
Despite two failed meetings about the implementation of the EU-brokered deal between Kosovo and Serbia, officials hope that prime ministerial talks next week will see progress.
NATO’s Kosovo force warned that only authorised policing groups are allowed to carry weapons in northern Kosovo, not Serb-organised ‘civil defence’ units.
Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister and leaders in the Serb-run north of Kosovo have reached an agreement on the implementation of the EU-brokered deal.
Serbs in the north of Kosovo have written to Russia, seeking Kremlin aid against an EU-brokered deal on Kosovo that they see as a sell-out.
Pristina and Belgrade delegations hold their second meeting in Brussels on Tuesday to discuss implementing the EU-led agreement on normalizing relations.
Serbia’s former top official for Kosovo says only Belgrade can pursue Serbs in North to respect EU-brokered agreement.
Serbian parliament gave the green light for the EU-backed agreement on the integration of the Serb minority in Kosovo when it adopted the government’s report on the Belgrade, Pristina talks.
Aleksandar Vucic, Serbian deputy prime minister, said the government will meet the request of Serbs from Kosovo and call a referendum on the Belgrade-Pristina deal.
Teams from Kosovo and Serbia have headed to Brussels to agree on implementing the recently agreed EU-led deal.
After a long and tense debate on Sunday night that was interrupted by protests, parliament in Pristina voted for the deal with Belgrade on the future of Serb-run northern Kosovo.
The European Commission may postpone its progress report on Serbia while the prime ministers of Kosovo and Serbia set a new meeting in Brussels to continue EU-led talks.
The EU is still mediating between Belgrade and Pristina behind the scenes in the hopes of securing a deal on Kosovo before April 22.
Marking the fifth anniversary of the adoption of its constitution, Kosovo leaders said its provisions must one day extend to the Serb-dominated north of the country.
Kosovo expressed hope Serbia that 'will accept reality' in an agreement of normalizing ties - while Kosovo opposition parties hail the lack of an agreement with Serbia as good news.
About a hundred Kosovo Serbs rallied at Jarinje to protest over a border deal that they say implies recognition of Kosovo’s independence.
A summary of the key events leading up to tensions in northern Kosovo.