To see the complete map you have to install the latest version of the Flashplayer.

Current Operations

OSCE Mission in Kosovo

(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Beginn: 07/99

More Information

UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UN-Geführt)
Beginn: 06/99

More Information

Kosovo Force (UN-Mandatiert)
Beginn: 06/99

More Information
EULEX Kosovo

EU Rule of Law Mission Kosovo (EU)
Beginn: 06/08

More Information


Riots in Kosovo deepen crisis over Serbia accord (18.11.2015)

Riots erupted in Kosovo on Wednesday in a deepening crisis over relations with former ruler Serbia, with protesters setting fire to garbage containers and government vehicles in the capital Pristina. … Almost eight years after Kosovo won its independence from Serbia, the European Union is trying to...

Tear gas fired inside and outside Kosovo parliament (17.11.2015)

Opposition lawmakers in Kosovo fired tear gas and pepper spray in parliament on Tuesday and police clashed with rock-throwing protesters in a deepening political crisis over relations with former master Serbia.

Kosovo freezes EU-brokered deal with Serbia (11.11.2015)

Kosovo's Constitutional Court on Tuesday (10 November) suspended implementation an EU-brokered deal that gives more autonomy for municipalities with a majority Serbian population. The verdict came just as the European Commission presented a progress report in which it praised the deal as a “key...

Kosovo parliament ratifies EU Association Agreement (02.11.2015)

MPs voted in favour of the Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the European Union - seen as a first step towards membership - although opposition parties boycotted the vote.

EU, Kosovo sign association agreement (27.10.2015)

The European Union has signed a long-awaited stabilization agreement with Kosovo, establishing closer ties and opening the way to membership for the small Balkan country.

Serbia confirms it will not recognise Kosovo (20.10.2015)

The position was disclosed after a public debate raged about alleged demands the EU was making of Belgrade over Kosovo. Although there was a lot of speculation about whether there would be a U-turn in Serbia’s strategic priorities, or if a snap general election would be called, nothing happened.

<< First < Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next > Last >>