Latest news from Kosovo: Kosovo Leaders Advocate for Peace, Unity, and Implementation of Agreements

Latest news from Kosovo: Kosovo Leaders Advocate for Peace, Unity, and Implementation of Agreements


Tribute to Adem Jashari: President Osmani Commemorates Kosovo's Liberation Struggle: President of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani, paid tribute to Adem Jashari and his family during a ceremony commemorating the 26th anniversary of the UCK's epic, emphasizing their role as eternal guardians of Kosovo's freedom. She highlighted March as a crucial month in the nation's fight for liberty, stating that the UCK's epic shaped Kosovo's destiny, symbolizing dignity, pride, and freedom. Osmani emphasized the need to strengthen the state and safeguard the lives of all citizens.

Dialogue Progress: EU Representative Emphasizes Implementation of Agreements: The EU Special Representative for the Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue, Miroslav Lajčak, stressed the significance of implementing the Brussels and Ohrid agreements. Following a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Besnik Bislimi, they discussed regulations prohibiting the use of the Serbian dinar in Kosovo, underlining the importance of both sides showing greater commitment to implementing the agreements.

Urgent Call for Ceasefire: Prime Minister Kurti Joins International Efforts for Peace in Gaza: Kosovo's Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, supported the call for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, the release of hostages, and increased humanitarian aid. He emphasized the urgent need for action following the deaths and suffering of civilians after Hamas' terrorist attack in October 2023, marking the first direct conflict within Israeli territory since the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. CE Report quoting KosovaPress


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