The rapid moves in the Kosovo Pension Savings Fund investments during March prompted criticism from the opposition that in the absence of a board, the Pension Fund is failing to withdraw investments from declining financial markets.
Kosovo judiciary announce strikes, demanding that Albin Kurti's government revokes a draft law on salaries in the public sector which they fear could lead to paying cuts.
EU rule-of-law mission in Kosovo says it was concerned by the presence of armed persons in the Serb-majority north in late July, at a time of high tension between Serbia and Kosovo.
The government has described leaked ideas for a Kosovo-Serbia agreement as ‘trials and tests’.
Kosovo’s government backed legal changes to impose stricter sentences for rape, sexual assault and domestic violence, as well as enabling the publication of convicted sexual abusers’ identities.