by ANSA, dpa, FENA, HINA, Tanjug | 17.Feb 2023 | Key Story
Today, Kosovo marks the 15th anniversary of its declaration of independence from Serbia. While the EU continues to facilitate a dialogue aimed at normalizing relations between Serbia and Kosovo, Belgrade is balancing between its ties with Russia and China and its wish for EU membership.
by AFP, Europapress, Belga | 30.Dec 2022 | Digest
American group ExxonMobil has filed a claim with the EU court against the windfall tax for energy suppliers. Kosovo has asked the EU to help in resolving questions with Serbia, and Russia forbids export of oil to countries complying with price ceilings.
by EFE, AFP, ANSA, HINA | 22.Nov 2022 | Digest
The EU’s Vice-President Frans Timmermans has shown disappointment about the results of the COP27 in Sharm el Sheikh. The British government denies reports about seeking closer ties with Brussels. The EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has called an emergency meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Albin Kurti, Prime Minister of Kosovo, over the license plate crisis, and Croatia is worried that Austria won’t agree to its Schengen access.
by AFP, dpa, HINA, Tanjug | 18.Oct 2022 | Digest
The EU’s foreign ministers are meeting in Brussels to discuss further support for Ukraine, in particular in the form of training Ukrainian soldiers. EU High Representative Borrell said he would support determining responsibility for Ukrainian war crimes. Due to public interest, the EU’s Public Prosecutor’s Office is investigating vaccine purchases in which text messages played a role, and Serbia promised to align its visa policy to the EU’s.