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    Post  Jelena on Thu Sep 03, 2009 4:14 am

    ANK: Opposition to protocol is election campaign marketing


    PRISTINA, Sept 2 (Tanjug) - The opposition party Alliance of New Kosovo (ANK) has criticized representatives of Kosovo institutions for their opposition to the announced signing of a protocol on police cooperation between the local European Union (EU) Mission EULEX and the Serbian Interior Ministry, describing these activities as "election campaign marketing."

    The ANK, which is headed by Bedzet Pacoli, believes Kosovo should preserve good relations with Brussels and cooperate with EULEX on the grounds of the package of international mediator Martti Ahtisaari and the Constitution of Kosovo, Pristina media reported on Wednesday.

    ANK Deputy President Ibrahim Makoli said Kosovo institutions should have a strategy for fighting organized crime and that they should use EULEX as a mediator in contacts with Belgrade in that sense.

    Makoli said the statements by institution representatives on the EULEX-Belgrade protocol present "merely political advertizing ahead of the elections and are not conducive to the resolving of the situation in the northern part" of Kosovo.

    The ANK announced its stand on the protocol after the EU Political Committee yesterday gave its support to the signing of the agreement on police cooperation between EULEX and the Serbian Interior Ministry.

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    Post  Jelena on Fri Sep 04, 2009 5:18 am

    New incidents in northern part of Kosovska Mitrovica


    KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, Sept 3 (Tanjug) - Serbs and ethnic Albanians in Mikronaselje district of northern Kosovska Mitrovica threw stones at each other on Wednesday evening, and two strong explosions were heard before 10 p.m.

    Kosovo Police Service (KPS) Deputy Regional Commander Ergin Medic told Tanjug that underage Serbs and ethnic Albanians threw stones at each other in Mikronaselje around 19 p.m. and run away after the police arrived.

    Medic underscored that there were no injured in the incident, adding that the KPS has tightened security in this part of Kosovska Mitrovica.

    Two strong explosions were heard in Kosovska Mitrovica at 21. 45 p.m. but the policemen could not locate the exact place of detonation.

    During the day it was quite tense in Brdjani district in Kosovska Mitrovica where the ethnic Albanians started reconstruction works on their houses, destroyed during the conflict in Kosovo in 1999.

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    Post  Jelena on Fri Sep 04, 2009 5:20 am

    EULEX spokesman on works in village of Brdjani


    KOSOVSKA MITROVICA, Sept 3 (Tanjug) - EULEX regional spokesman Hanns Christian Klasing stated Thursday that the mission has been informed that UNMIK had given its permission for clearing up of two locations in the village of Brdjani in northern Kosovska Mitrovica where Albanian houses used to be.

    Klasing said that EULEX's duty is to make sure that workers can do their job, that the situation remains peaceful, that there are no provocations, that no one gets hurt and that nothing is damaged.

    The situation has not changed, the locations will be cleared up and that is all, Klasing pointed out. We still do not have a reconstruction permit, this is only a clearing up operation, which was agreed with UNMIK, we only secure the site and prevent any problems and violence, he added.

    Kosovo Albanians began last week and continued yesterday the clearing up of two sites where the houses, whose proprietor is a Kosovo Albanian Agim Vitaku, are located.

    The beginning of works in these locations sparked protests of local Serbs who are against renovation of houses without previous agreement with Kosovo Serbs, after which EULEX used tear gas in order to defuse the situation.

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    Post  Jelena on Thu Sep 10, 2009 4:55 pm

    Pristina not impressed with EULEX work in area of judiciary


    PRISTINA, Sept 10 (Tanjug) - Representatives of the Kosovo government and judiciary are not impressed with the engagement so far of the local European Union Mission EULEX in court processes in Kosovo, Pristina papers reported on Thursday.

    "There are several positive moves, but nothing more serious, nor has LEX left any impression," this was quoted as the first reaction of representatives of Kosovo institutions to the recent EULEX report that stated the Mission was satisfied with its results in Kosovo in the first nine months of its mandate.

    The EULEX report did not give any data about the number of cases it had worked on, or in how many of them the parties were Serbs, or how many cases involved Kosovo Serb judicial staff, the papers said.

    The EULEX source quoted by the daily Koha Ditore said very few of the hundred cases considered had any connection with Serbs.

    EULEX Justice Spokesperson Kristina Herodes pointed out that EULEX is in Kosovo to support a professional and multiethnic judicial system.

    The total number of considered cases has risen from 467 to 491, and cases are not classified on the grounds of ethnicity of the parties involved, she pointed out.

    The EULEX mandate in Kosovo includes, in addition to the judiciary, also customs and police.

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    Post  Jelena on Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:04 am

    Taci: Kosovo's institutions are not part of protocol


    PRISTINA, Sept 11 (Tanjug) - Kosovo Premier Hasim Taci said on Friday that Kosovo's institutions are not part of the protocol on police cooperation between EULEX and the Government of Serbia.

    Taci was reacting to a joint statement of international representatives in Kosovo that the protocol between EULEX and Serbian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MUP) was consistent with the EULEX mandate and did not harm the Kosovo's interests, Pristina media said.

    Kosovo police stated on Friday that its representatives did not take part in preparation of the technical document between the Serbian government and EULEX.

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    Post  Jelena on Sat Sep 12, 2009 3:09 am

    EU mission in Kosovo signs police cooperation protocol with Serbia


    PRISTINA, Serbia, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- The European Union mission in Kosovo signed on Friday a protocol on police cooperation with the Serbian Interior Ministry, said EULEX spokesman Christophe Lamfalussy.

    The protocol, which had been signed by the Serbian Interior Ministry, would go into effect eight days after the signature of the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX), Lamfalussy said.

    The protocol, which was strongly opposed by Kosovo institutions and civic society, defines EULEX cooperation with Serbian authorities in fighting all forms of crimes in Kosovo, such as trafficking of persons, arms and narcotics, organized crime and all other illegal activities across borders or the administrative boundary.

    The protocol was signed after exchange of letters, the Serbian Interior Ministry said, noting that it has been announced earlier that the document was approved by both parties.

    Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Ivica Dacic said earlier on Friday that there would be no official signing ceremony, and that EULEX and the Serbian Interior Ministry would simply state through diplomatic channels whether they accept what had been agreed earlier.

    Dacic said that the Serbian Interior Ministry cooperates with EULEX on the basis of the UN Security Council Resolution 1244, UN Secretary-general Ban Ki-Moon's report and the six-point plan.

    EULEX, which started on Dec. 9 last year officially implementing its two-year mandate in Kosovo, is designed to replace the UN mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) with some executive powers in judiciary, custom and police although the UNMIK will remain in Kosovo to deal with issues concerning ethnic Serbs.

    Kosovo President Fatmir Sejdiu and Prime Minister Hashim Thaci met urgently after the protocol signature was made public.

    They said in a joint statement that Kosovo is not involved in technical arrangements between EULEX and Serbia on the field of police cooperation.

    "Such arrangements don't and couldn't have any effect in the Kosovo's independence, sovereignty and integrity," said the statement.

    Despite the protocol, they claimed Kosovo institutions and its citizens would closely cooperate with EU institutions and its mission in Kosovo in the future.

    Kosovo's Self-Determination Movement condemned the agreement.

    On Aug. 26, Self-Determination activists damaged in the provincial capital Pristina 28 EULEX vehicles, demonstrating their refusal to announcements of the EULEX protocol with Serbia.

    A breakaway province of Serbia, ethnic Albanian-dominated Kosovo unilaterally declared independence in February 2008. However, Serbia has vowed it would never recognize Kosovo's independence, regarding the move illegal and in contrary with international law.

    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-09/12/content_12039369.htm
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    Post  Vladimir79 on Sun Sep 13, 2009 7:44 am

    I wonder how much powers they will actually have.
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    Post  Jelena on Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:09 pm

    Kosovo Serbs protest arrests


    23 September 2009 | 10:59 -> 16:21 | Source: B92, FoNet, Tanjug
    NOVO BRDO, PRIŠTINA -- Kosovo Serbs have been protesting the arrest by EULEX police of four of their countrymen from Bostane and Jasenovik on suspicion of war crimes.

    A fifth individual was detained for obstructing the police.

    Serbs from Novo Brdo organized a half-hour demonstration to protest their fellow countrymen’s innocence. Novo Brdo Municipal President Stojan Stanojević said that the protest was to voice their opposition at the arrests.

    Calling for calm and patience, he said that the suspects were innocent and that there had been no clashes or attacks on Albanians during the insurgency in 1999.

    "EULEX police in cooperation with the Kosovo Police and KFOR have arrested four individuals of Serb ethnicity on suspicion of war crimes," said a EULEX spokeswoman, adding that the arrests had been made this morning near Gnjilane.

    "The arrest was ordered by the competent EULEX prosecutor and an investigation is under way," she said.

    Kosovsko Pomoravski Governor Dragan Nikolić said earlier that five people had been arrested in Novo Brdo this morning: Svetlana Stojanović from Bostana, and Dobrivoje Trajković, Slobodan and Srećko Martinović from Plavica and Srđan Filić from Jasenovik near Novo Brdo.

    EULEX conducted the arrest operation at 06:30 CET this morning. The governor said Kosovo police had not have been involved.

    Vlada Martinović, whose father and uncle, Slobodan and Srećko Martinović, were arrested this morning, told Radio KIM that they had been arrested on charges of war crimes.

    “During the arrest of my father and uncle, EULEX said that it was to do with war crimes,” he said, adding that neither his father or uncle had ever left Kosovo and that the accusations were groundless.

    “The accusations are way off the mark. These are people, country folk who don’t work anywhere and have nothing to do with war or war crimes,” Martinović said. He said that police had confiscated mobile phones from the suspects’ families during the arrests.

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    Post  Jelena on Fri Sep 25, 2009 4:45 pm

    EULEX confirms Filic's release pending trial


    PRISTINA, Sept 25 (Tanjug) - EULEX confirmed Friday that Srdjan Filic, arrested in Novo Brdo Wednesday on suspicion of committing a war crime, was released pending trial, whereas three other Kosovo Serbs arrested on the same day will be held in custody for one month.

    EULEX spokesperson Kristiina Herodes told Tanjug that the decision on releasing Srdjan Filic was made on Thursday.

    Three Serbs will remain in prison for one month and they are suspected of committing war crimes in Kosovo in the spring of 1999, Herodes underscored.

    In the action of EULEX police in Novo Brdo on Wednesday morning, five Serbs were arrested, four of whom on the suspicion of committing war crimes, and one for resisting arrest.

    One of the people arrested, Dobrivoje Topalovic, was released in the evening of the same day, after it was established that he had been arrested by mistake.

    Serbs from several villages in Novo Brdo municipality have protested in the past two days due to the arrest of their nationals.

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    Post  Vladimir79 on Fri Sep 25, 2009 10:10 pm

    How do you mistake anyone for someone who is guilty of war crimes? No one confused Hermann Göring.
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    Post  Jelena on Tue Oct 27, 2009 7:04 am

    Montenegrins may boycott Kosovo elections


    GRACANICA, Oct 26 (Tanjug) - The Montenegrin Democratic Party of Kosovo (CDS) on Monday stated that it will most likely boycott the elections in Kosovo called for November 15, because of the serious discrimination of the displaced people from Kosovo and Metohija residing in Montenegro by the Central Election Commission of Kosovo (CIK)

    According to the statement by the CSD, CIK has intentionally erased more than 12,000 regularly registered voters who have the status of displaced persons and who have been residing in Montenegro since 1999.

    Without any serious argumentation, CIK has decided that only 493 displaced persons residing in Montenegro may have the right to vote through mail, while the other 11,500 voters, who were registered by the OSCE in 2001, have to travel to Kosovo and come in person to vote, the CDS said.

    The party warned that despite their expectations, not a minimum of conditions had been provided for fair and honest local elections in Kosovo.

    The CDS underscored that they do not want to serve as a decoration to those who only declare they urge for respect of human and civic rights of all ethnic communities in Kosovo, while in practice, they are the most cruel executors of genocide against the Montenegrins, Serbs, Roma and other non-Albanians.

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    Post  Vladimir79 on Wed Oct 28, 2009 1:22 am

    I wish they had boycotted the Montenegrin independence vote. Ethnic Serbs were so lazy staying home they gave it away.
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    Post  Jelena on Thu Oct 29, 2009 6:48 am

    Vladimir79 wrote:I wish they had boycotted the Montenegrin independence vote. Ethnic Serbs were so lazy staying home they gave it away.

    It was impossible to prevent because of the strong pressure from the West. I doubt that anything could change that.
    I only wish they could wait and see what's happening with Ex YU republic of Macedonia an how they went down the hill!

    I was shocked when I read this!!!

    Macedonian Pensions for Former Insurgents


    Skopje | 27 October 2009 | Sinisa-Jakov Marusic

    The families of former ethnic Albanian insurgents should be granted state pensions by the end of the year, the country’s social policy minister says.

    Work groups from the two main government coalition partners, the centre-right VMRO-DPMNE and ethnic Albanian Democratic Union for Integration, DUI are already working on this, the minister, Xhelal Bajrami, told A1 TV.

    “We [are] working on the subject and I hope we will reach a solution by year's end” Bajrami said.

    A1 TV speculates that the government will not look to pass with a new law but will instead incorporate some 200 families of killed or injured insurgents into an existing law on the provision of aid to victims of the 2001 conflict.

    That year, Macedonia suffered a short-lived insurgency, instigated by the militants' National Liberation Army, NLA.
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    More here: http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/main/news/23200/
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    Post  Jelena on Fri Nov 06, 2009 6:16 am

    Bomb explodes under "Kosovo ministry" car


    4 November 2009 | 11:41 | Source: Tanjug

    KLOKOT -- A bomb planted under a care belonging to the local self-government ministry of the Prština government exploded last night in Klokot.

    The incident happened while the car was parked in the yard of Refik Halili. No injuries were reported.

    Halili is a member of a team formed to set up "the new municipality of Klokot".

    Klokot is a Serb enclave in eastern Kosovo.

    The Kosovo Albanian government is organizing local elections in the province on November 15.


    This decentralization I already mentioned before... It makes things more tense and more attacks can be expected.
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    Post  Jelena on Thu Nov 12, 2009 5:08 pm

    Stones thrown at Kosovo PM's motorcade ahead of vote


    Wed Nov 11, 2009

    PRISTINA, Nov 11 (Reuters) - Several people hurled stones at the motorcade of Kosovo's prime minister near the town of Decani in western Kosovo, but Hashim Thaci was not hurt in the attack, police said on Wednesday.
    A police statement said three people were arrested and initial, unconfirmed reports, said gunfire was heard in the vicinity.

    Thaci's party was holding an election rally ahead of Sunday's local elections when his convoy was attacked.

    Kosovo holds its first elections since the country declared independence in 2008 and they are seen as a key test for its fragile democracy.

    After the war ended ten years ago, Kosovo politics has been marked by bitter, sometimes violent rivalry.
    Reporting by Fatos Bytyci, editing by Matthew Jones)

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    Post  Jelena on Sat Nov 14, 2009 7:35 am

    New incidents...


    Shots Fired at Kosovo Election Candidate


    Pristina | 13 November 2009 | Petrit Collaku

    Gun shots were fired at the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, AAK, candidate for Mitrovica's mayor on Thursday evening.

    Hysni Ahmeti was alone in his car traveling to Mitrovica to attend an election campaign event, when several shots were fired at his car at the village Supkovc, just before entering Mitrovica. Ahmeti was not hurt.
    “There are no suspects and the motives are still unclear,” Besim Hoti, Kosovo police spokesperson for Mitrovica, told Balkan Insight. “There are no reports on people injured, while police noticed two bullet holes in the vehicle,” Hoti added.
    The AAK has condemned the event, and has called it a ''murder attempt''. “The AAK, without prejudging the motives and perpetrators of this murder attempt, strongly condemns this criminal act that aimed to take the life of Ahmeti,'' said the party in a statement.
    “The AAK will continue its work and engagements dedicated towards the good of the country, democracy and a safer future for all Kosovo people,” it added.
    Kosovo’s President Fatmir Sejdiu condemned the attack, calling it ''frightful'' and ''insidious''. Sejdiu called on all political parties and people to refrain from any act threatening people's safety. “I call on all political leaders to influence their members and fans in order to avoid such acts,” Sejdiu said.
    This is the second reported incidence of violence just two days before the local elections are to be held in Kosovo.
    The first attack happened in Decan when the escort of Kosovo’s prime minister and the leader of Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK, Hashim Thaci had stones thrown at him.

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    Post  Jelena on Wed Nov 25, 2009 5:44 am

    Another shooting connected to electoral fraud in Djakovica.


    Tension Grows in Kosovo Town After Shooting


    Pristina | 24 November 2009 | Petrit Collaku

    Gjakova's* municipal building in western Kosovo was fired at in the early hours of Tuesday morning, raising tensions in a town already divided by the recent election.

    Kosovo police reported that windows were broken in the attack and that they found 15 shells of 7.62 mm calibre. Police described the case as a ‘threat to public safety’.

    The Alliance for the Future of Kosovo, AAK, condemned the attack claiming that it was a criminal act towards Kosovo institutions and called its main political rival in the town, New Kosovo Alliance, AKR, to distance itself from the incident.

    "AAK invites all political parties, even those from the opposition in this town, particularly the AKR branch in Gjakova, to distance themselves quickly from this criminal act against Gjakova municipality, a vital institution of Kosovo’s Republic,” AAK statement reads.

    Gjakova has been at the centre of electoral fraud claims following the local elections on Sunday.

    The preliminary results from the Central Election Commission show that AAK won 52.8 per cent, while AKR gained 40.7 per cent, ensuring the AAK candidate, Pal Lekaj, was elected mayor without the need for a second round.
    The candidate from the coalition AKR and Democratic League of Dardania, LDD, Mimoza Kusari-Lila, has accused the AAK of electoral manipulation.
    "Representatives of AAK in the Gjakova municipality have ensured a victory without the runoff for their candidate. In fact, this would not happen unless the polling centre would be well managed," said Kusari-Lila in a press conference last week.

    She has released a video that shows officials from AAK and the Reformist Party Time, ORA, filling the ballot boxes in Demjan village, ultimately damaging her party’s outcome, she says.

    AKR held a protest in Gjakova last week attracting hundreds of protesters.

    http://www.balkaninsight.com/en/main/news/23956/
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    Post  Jelena on Sun Jan 31, 2010 7:07 pm

    Fate of 1.800 Kosovo inhabitants still unknown


    GRACANICA, Jan 29 (Tanjug) - Of the total of 13,681 Kosovo inhabitants who were killed or went missing during the armed clashes from January 1, 1998 to June 14, 1999 and the period after the arrival of international forces till December 2000, light has still not been shed on the fate of 1.800 people, the Humanitarian Law Centre (HLC) said in a statement on Friday.

    The persons whose fate is still uncertain includes 586 Serbs, Roma, Bosniaks and other non-Albanians, HLC Executive Director Natasa Kandic said in Gracanica, at a presentation of a report on the results of the census so far of Serb, Roma, Bosniak, Montenegrin, Turkish and other non-Albanian nationalists that were killed or went missing in Kosovo in the period between January 1, 1998 and December 31, 2000.

    Of the total number of victims (13,681), 10,715 are ethnic Albanians, 2,257 are Serbs, 168 are Roma people, 44 Montenegrins, 27 are Ashkali, 22 Egyptians, 10 Turks, 13 Hungarians, eight Goranians, seven Macedonians, three Russians, while Bulgaria, Croatia and Slovenia are registered as having two such victims each, and there is one Czech, Russian, Slovak, Italian, French and Algerian victim.

    For the time being, it is not possible to determine with certainty the nationality of the remaining 299 persons.

    Civilians, 1,462 of them, represent the majority of the Serb, Bosniak, Montenegrin and other non-Albanian victims.

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    Post  Russia on Mon May 03, 2010 12:23 am

    thats not nice
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    Post  George1 on Sun Jan 17, 2016 3:20 am

    Special court to consider crimes committed by Kosovo Albanians during 1999-2000 Kosovo war

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    Post  KoTeMoRe on Sun Feb 28, 2016 1:14 pm

    Vice having issues with inter-albanian feuds pulling the rug over the real issues over the "state ". Yeah no border, no future. Enjoy being US millyet for centuries.
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    Post  Guest on Mon Mar 14, 2016 11:50 pm



    Suprisingly so many pro-Serbian comments on this video, quite rare sight.
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    Post  magnumcromagnon on Mon Mar 14, 2016 11:55 pm

    Militarov wrote:

    Suprisingly so many pro-Serbian comments on this video, quite rare sight.

    Which puts in to question the legitimacy of Kosovo independence. It's been said that 1/3rd of the refugee's in Europe are from the mafia state of Kosovo, and the whole purpose of the fraudulent independence was to install the Bondsteel base. Hence the reason why I refuse to call them Kosovars, I refer to them as ethnic 'Bondsteelians'.
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    Post  Werewolf on Tue Mar 15, 2016 7:02 pm

    Do you even know how many kosovarians are here in germany from all yugos? There are like 80% kosovarians and bosnians, the rest are serbs but almost all off them refer to themselfs as yugos rarely anything else except serbs.
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    Post  Guest on Tue Mar 15, 2016 9:18 pm

    Werewolf wrote:Do you even know how many kosovarians are here in germany from all yugos? There are like 80% kosovarians and bosnians, the rest are serbs but almost all off them refer to themselfs as yugos rarely anything else except serbs.

    I wonder why actually. They tend to bark on Yugoslavia alot when they come home during summer Very Happy

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