The EU leaves space for all issues to be discussed and shows no position on the option of border changes.
Responding to EU High Representative Federica Mogherini and other EU officials, Haradinaj rejects the request to decrease tariffs for Serbian goods, and says that normalization has stagnated.
In response to the vote in the Kosovo Assembly on Friday morning approving the expansion of the Kosovo Security Force competences, Kosovo Serb politicians have stated they will challenge the decision.
Through a symbolic activity, citizens in the center of Prishtina ‘requested a visa’ from European Commissioner Johannes Hahn, referencing visa requirements for Kosovo citizens in the Schengen area.
In an interview on education issues for Jeta ne Kosove, Libor Chlad, Deputy Head of Cooperation of the EU Office in Kosovo calls for parents, teachers and public officials to take charge of reform for the benefit of Kosovo’s youth.