Kosovo PM Albin Kurti told the media that the Serbian delegation dismissed his proposals during the meeting while Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic described the...
In an interview for BIRN, ethnic Albanian MP at the Serbian Parliament Shaip Kamberi accused Serbian officials of ‘forgetting’ the war crimes committed during...
The dismissal of the board at public broadcaster Radio Television Kosovo has been initiated and will be sent to the Kosovo Assembly for approval.
Nora Visoka-Weller, who worked as translator for foreign media & diplomatic observing mission during the Kosovo war, shares her memories of the late ‘90s in an exclusive interview with BIRN.
The head of the Central Election Commision, Valdete Daka, has been dismissed by Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani for ‘failing to ensure impartiality’, sparking criticism from civil society organisations.
Situated just outside of Prizren, Korishe is one of Kosovo’s largest villages. It is a clean and quiet place, with a stream flowing down from the mountains in between the village’s many sizable villas and past a monument to KLA soldiers who fell during the Kosovo war. The peace and serenity of Korishe combined with its mountain views make it a perfect place to stop off while passing through. However, following the road to the right of the monument takes you to Korishe’s hidden secret, which makes the village a destination in itself. Korishe’s small b...
> 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.
> One of downtown Prishtina’s finest restaurants has reopened on Mother Teresa Boulevard with the same delightful menu, including its showstopping deep-fried brie.
EU Special Representative for the dialogue Miroslav Lajcak has said that his two-day visit to Prishtina has been focused on preparing the first meeting in Brussels between Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
New Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti has outlined four principles he believes should guide the EU-facilitated dialogue with Serbia and dismissed the need to discuss the formation of an Association of Serb-Majority Municipalities.