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"Today's decision marks a historic step, perhaps the most important since our independence," said Kosovo's Foreign Minister.
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Kosovo Serbs in the north have rejected Pristina's municipal elections, citing concerns over security and autonomy. The move threatens to deepen the already fragile relationship between the Kosovo Serbs and Albanians
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Albin Kurti willing to calm tensions at upcoming meeting with Serbia
In this episode of The Global Conversation, Albin Kurti tells Euronews that Kosovo has been ready to normalise relations with Serbia since the EU plan was made in February.
Uneasy neighbours: Serbia and Kosovo need to mend fences after EU deal
Both countries want to join the European Union, but have to repair and normalise their own difficult bilateral relationship first.
Diplomats try to find solutions to Serbia and Kosovo tensions
Diplomatic envoys held talks in Pristina and Belgrade, meeting the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia to try and resolve tensions between the former foes.
Western envoys in talks to defuse tensions between Kosovo and Serbia
Western envoys went to Kosovo and Serbia in ongoing efforts to defuse tensions between the two countries and attempt to help them reach a reconciliation agreement.
Kosovo Serbs start dismantling barricades that sparked military alert
Removal of the barricades is expected to defuse tensions between Belgrade and Pristina.
Kosovo shuts border with Serbia amid worst crisis in years
The US has called on all sides to "exercise maximum restraint".
Ethnic violence flares up as Serbs barricade roads in Kosovo
Overnight there was an exchange of fire between Serbs and the police amid mounting tensions in Kosovo.
Pop singer Dua Lipa granted honorary Albanian citizenship
The Levitating singer was born in London to Kosovar parents. The move comes at a time when the UK government has experienced significant criticism for demonising Albanian immigrants to the country.
Kosovo Serb women urge calm as tensions mount over license plate row
Kosovo's government has threatened to start fining drivers using Serbian license plates in a two-year-long dispute between Belgrade and Pristina.
Serb MPs and police resign en masse in Kosovo amid licence plate spat
Ethnic Serbs resigned from their posts to protest a rule change on vehicle registration plates, which has sparked volatile questions around sovereignty.
Kosovo PM asks for more NATO peacekeepers amid heightened tensions
Prime Minister Albin Kurti claimed that the reinforcements are needed due to "threats from Serbia and Russia" -- a notion the government in Belgrade firmly rejects.
Recent Serbia-Kosovo flare-up not a real conflict, says expert
Leaders of Serbia and Kosovo met in Brussels for another EU-mediated attempt to resolve lingering issues between the two wartime rivalling states that have spiked tensions in the Balkans.
Serbia and Kosovo agree to further talks to deescalate Balkan tensions
Serbia's President Aleksandar Vučić and Kosovo's Prime Minister Albin Kurti met in Brussels on Thursday, in talks facilitated by the EU.
Kosovo postpones number plate plan following Serb protests
NATO's KFOR peacekeeping force says the situation in northern Kosovo is tense but they are "prepared to intervene" if it become unstable.
Kosovo war veterans clash with police in protest for higher pensions
Police used tear gas to prevent around 2,000 demonstrators from entering parliament during a debate.
Two Kosovo war veterans imprisoned for witness intimidation
It is the first verdict handed down by the Kosovo Specialist Chambers after it was established in 2015.
Kosovo's government says it will apply to join the Council of Europe
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said that his government will strongly object to Kosovo joining the organisation.
Kosovo Serb protest calls for voting rights in Serbia’s election
Demonstrators gathered in Mitrovica with banners reading “We want our human rights”.