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Statement by EU High Representative Catherine Ashton following the vote of Kosovo Assembly on EULEX

23/04/2014 - Statement by EU High Representative Catherine Ashton following the vote of Kosovo Assembly on EULEX

I welcome today's vote by the Kosovo Assembly, which supports the transitioning of EULEX's mandate and confirms the commitment to establish a specialist Court to adjudicate over the 2011 Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly report allegations

EU statement on the Kosovo Government’s decision on ratification of the Exchange of Letters between President Jahjaga and HR Baroness Ashton

22/04/2014 - EU statement on the Kosovo Government’s decision on ratification of the Exchange of Letters between President Jahjaga and HR Baroness Ashton

We call on Members of the Assembly to approve this law which will support the transitioning of EULEX's mandate, and will create a specialist Court to adjudicate over allegations against specific individuals who may or may not have committed serious crimes

The truth beyond any doubt

10/04/2014 - The truth beyond any doubt

by Samuel ┼Żbogar, Head of the EU Office in Kosovo and EU Special Representative

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EU and Kosovo discuss internal market and competition

EU and Kosovo discuss internal market and competition

The meeting allowed taking stock of the alignment of Kosovo legislation, and its implementation as well as developments in administrative capacity in all areas covered. The main issues discussed concerned free movement of goods, intellectual property rights, public procurement and competition policy which are of particular relevance for the implementation of the SAA which is currently being negotiated

Writing competition 'What does an enlarged EU mean to you?'

Writing competition 'What does an enlarged EU mean to you?'

The year 2014 marks two important anniversaries which are an occasion to reflect on the achievements in European integration until now: 100 years have passed since the beginning of the first World War and 10 years since the biggest round of enlargement of the European Union (EU) with the accession of 10 new countries, said Jose Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission. "Today, the EU perspective is open to Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey"

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