(Opinion): Confirming Kosovo's European perspective
Oct 08, 2014
By Štefan Füle
dtt-net.com - When I joined the European Commission five years ago to deal with EU enlargement, who could have imagined that Kosovo would have made so much progress on its European path since? >>>>
(Comment) Macedonia – or the Queen of FDI in Western Balkans region
Aug 27, 2014
27 dtt-net.com, Brussels - French would say: 'Chapaeu' to Macedonia’s government led by premier Nikola Gruevski and his Albanian partner Ali Ahmeti for the extraordinary efforts and to-be-admired results when it comes to attracting foreign manufacturing investors, not only from the EU but also worldwide despite permanent internal and external threats to its inter-ethnic relations and instability.
By Eleonore Krasi
(Comment) Kosovo youth cleans up the country from garbage, but not from its dirty politicians
May 24, 2014
By Edmond Luma
dtt-net.com - For the third year in a row thousands of youngsters across Kosovo are being active once a year to clean up the country from massive all type of waste but the day after the biggest garbage - dirty politicians - will continue to pollute without mercy the most underdeveloped country and poorest nation in the continent.
[Comment] Kosovo, The truth beyond any doubt
Apr 10, 2014
By Samuel Žbogar
"May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears".
Ever since the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted the report "Inhuman treatment of people and illicit trafficking in human organs in Kosovo" in January 2011, we – Kosovars and internationals – knew that this day might come; a day when investigation of the events described in the report would lead to possible court procedures. >>>>
[Comment] EU integration – the ball is in Albania's court
Apr 08, 2014
By Stefan Füle
The road to the decision about candidate status for Albania in June is clear. The leaders of the EU Member States outlined it last December when they recognised the efforts, the commitment and the results already achieved by Albania in its reform efforts. Albania will need to build on this – to maintain and increase the tempo of reforms and address the challenges that lie ahead in the areas where most efforts and energy should be focused. Furthermore, we have identified five key priorities needed for opening negotiations.