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Serbia’s president visits Kosovo north after murder of local politician

20.01.2018

Pristina, dtt-net.com- The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic today visited Serb-predominantly north of Kosovo four days after a local Serb politician was killed by unknown perpetrators which increased fears of instability in Kosovo and the region. >>>>

US Ambassador warns again Kosovo leaders over attempts to abolish war crimes court

18.01.2018

Pristina, dtt-net.com – The Ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie addressed strong warnings to Kosovan politicians who are still attempting to abrogate the law on special war crimes court.
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Bulgaria’s PM warns of W. Balkans instability

18.01.2018

Strasbourg, dtt-net.com – The Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Boiko Borissov, whose country holds rotating presidency of the EU, said that instability in the Western Balkan aspirant countries could harm entire European bloc and urged for a clear membership perspective for the region.
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No NATO entry for Macedonia unless name row with Greece is solved

18.01.2018

Skopje, dtt-net.com – Macedonia must first solve the long standing row over its name with Greece in order it can join the NATO, the Secretary General of the military alliance told country’s parliament today.
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Macedonia’s president vetoes law on languages

17.01.2018

Skopje, dtt-net.com - The President of Macedonia, Gjorge Ivanov said he is vetoing a law for wider official use of Albanian and other minorities’ languages, saying that the law passed last week by the parliament is unconstitutional.
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Bosnia’s minister insists on existence of Serb paramilitary unit

17.01.2018

Sarajevo, dtt-net.com - The Minister of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Dragan Mektic said that information over existence of an Serb paramilitary unit in the Serb Republic (RS) entity are credible, rejecting categorically claims that the group is of humanitarian purpose.
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Albania begins vetting of judges and prosecutors

17.01.2018

Tirana, dtt-net.com - Albania has started checking backgrounds of 36 judges and prosecutors part of the mayor reform in the country aimed at better fight against corruption and organized crime in the country.
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Leader of Macedonia’s Albanians calls for national consensus over name talks with Greece

17.01.2018

Skopje, dtt-net.com - A leader of Albanians in Macedonia said that the government and the opposition should find common ground over the talks with Greece on country’s future name.
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Macedonia’s opposition party calls on President to veto law on languages

17.01.2018

Skopje, dtt-net.com – The conservative opposition party in Macedonia, VMRO-DPMNE has called country’s president not to sign a law on wider official use of languages of minorities.
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Kosovo Serb politician shot dead

16.01.2018

Pristina/Belgrade, dtt-net.com - A Kosovan Serb politician was killed today in the Serb-predominantly north of Kosovo with many fearing that the killing will trigger destabilization of Kosovo.
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Kosovo government appoints new team chief for EU-mediated talks with Serbia

12.01.2018

Pristina, dtt-net.com – The government of Kosovo today appointed a new head of the team for talks with Serbia mediated by the European Union since 2012 for what Brussels calls ‘normalization’ of relations between the two sides.
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UN war crimes court extends provisional release to former Serbia’s security official

12.01.2018

The Hague, dtt-net.com – The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT) today agreed to extend provisional release to Jovica Stanisic - who is on retrial of war crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Croatia during the wars in early ‘90s - until April this year.
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EU calls Kosovo leaders to abandon attempts to ' repeal or amend' law on special war crimes court

12.01.2018

Pristina, dtt-net.com – The European Union warned Kosovan leaders that attempts to “repeal or amend” the 2015 law on special war crimes court will have negative impact of Kosovo relations with the European bloc.
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Macedonia’s parliament approves new law on languages

11.01.2018

Skopje, dtt-net.com – Macedonia’s parliament today approved a new law on wider official use of languages of minorities, as the Macedonian conservative opposition is continuing to boycott the work of legislative body.
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US democrats call on White House to counter Russia’s influence in Serbia

11.01.2018

Washington, dtt-net.com – In a fresh report an US Democrat Senator urges the White House to step up multiple efforts in order to counter Russia’s heavy influence in Serbia and the rest of Western Balkans region.
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Earlier News

Bosnia’s minister insists on existence of Serb paramilitary unit

Albania begins vetting of judges and prosecutors

Leader of Macedonia’s Albanians calls for national consensus over name talks with Greece

Macedonia’s opposition party calls on President to veto law on languages

Kosovo Serb politician shot dead

Kosovo government appoints new team chief for EU-mediated talks with Serbia

UN war crimes court extends provisional release to former Serbia’s security official

EU calls Kosovo leaders to abandon attempts to ' repeal or amend' law on special war crimes court

Macedonia’s parliament approves new law on languages

US democrats call on White House to counter Russia’s influence in Serbia

No early elections in Serbia this year

US, EU step up pressure on Kosovo leaders over special war crimes court

UK must continue to engage in the W. Balkans post-Brexit, House of Lords report says

UN mediator to meet next week with Macedonia and Greece officials over name row

Macedonia’s parliament postpones voting on draft-law on languages because lack of quorum



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