Vjosa Osmani has asked Borut Pahor to convince Slovenia’s EU partners to scrap the visa regime on Kosovo nationals.
The 2nd edition of the international film festival which focuses on people with special needs and disabilities has opened in Prishtina.
Stuck at home and wary of shops, many Kosovars rediscovered their parents’ skills at growing food in the backyard during the pandemic.
Kosovo environmentalists hail major victory as Supreme Court suspends the water permit of a hydropower plant in Shterpce/Sterpce after a lawsuit filed by local NGOs.
Unions are getting angry over delays to the approval of a draft law on public sector salaries – which was supposed to be approved in October but still has to rewritten in line with a Constitutional Court ruling.
Bajram Kelmendi street, Prishtina
Adelina’s Cook Shop, a divine little cake shop on Bajram Kelmendi street in Prishtina, started out from humble beginnings in March 2020, just as the COVID-19 global pandemic was hitting Kosovo. In those early lockdown days, the shop’s owner, Adelina Bikliq, started posting recipes on her Instagram account (@adelinascookdiary) to help provide motivation for those seeking refuge in the kitchen. While she experimented with posting recipes for a range of dishes early on, she soon began to focus on cakes, and particularly her own personal favourite, cheesecake, which...
> The mountains behind the village of Korishe near Prizren offer a chance to delve into Kosovo’s wilderness and explore local history from ancient to modern.
> Looking for an escape from the city without going too far? Restaurant Kulla e Shqiponjes is an enticing traditional restaurant located in the village of Zllatar, a short 20 minute drive from the centre of Prishtina.
> For Prishtina-based foodies looking for a well-cooked pasta dish or pizza from a woodfired oven, Jufka’s endearing atmosphere creates the perfect spot for a relaxing meal out.
Two border crossing points between Kosovo and Serbia are being blocked for a second day by Kosovo Serbs protesting against new regulations forcing them to change their Serbian vehicle registration plates to Kosovo ones when entering the country.
Minister says Kosovo will not renew deal with Serbia recognising two types of Kosovo license plates - one that starts with KS, initials accepted by Serbia, alongside others starting with RKS, referencing the Republic of Kosovo.