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(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UN-Geführt)
Kosovo Force (UN-Mandatiert)
EU Rule of Law Mission Kosovo (EU)
Pristina wants suspension of dialogue with Belgrade (09.03.2017)
The Kosovo Assembly on Thursday adopted a resolution demanding a suspension of Pristina's negotiations with Belgrade. According to the resolution, supported by 78 members of the assembly, and opposed by one, the negotiations should remain suspended "until Ramush Haradinaj has been set free."
The United States said Wednesday that it was "concerned" by Kosovo's plans to convert its security force into a regular army without a constitutional amendment — a move sure to infuriate Serbia.
Talks between Belgrade and Pristina 'essential' to peace, UN envoy tells Security Council (27.02.2017)
There is no alternative to dialogue, the head of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Kosovo today told the Security Council, citing the importance of high-level talks between Belgrade and Pristina, and calling for continued international engagement to maintain peace and stability in Kosovo...
Albania and Croatia have asked NATO to revise plans for its peace-keeping mission in Kosovo, arguing that nationalist rhetoric by Serb politicians threatens to destabilise the region scarred by the 1990s wars.
Kosovar President Hashim Thaci has announced plans to establish a truth and reconciliation commission to help reconcile Kosovo's ethnic-Albanian majority and Serb minority. Allegations of atrocities committed during the 1998-99 Kosovo war continue to scar relations between the two communities.
Ethnic Serbs knock down wall dividing city in Kosovo (06.02.2017)
Ethnic Serbs in the northern Kosovo city of Mitrovica have used bulldozers to knock down a wall that divided the city and raised tensions between Kosovo and Serbia in recent days. … The Serbs began building the wall in December.
Tensions flare at Serbia-Kosovo meeting in Brussels (31.01.2017)
Serbian and Kosovar leaders agreed to continue talks after a tense meeting in Brussels on Tuesday (24 January), which only succeeded in further antagonising the two sides.