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Languages: Shqip Српски The Head of the EU Office in Kosovo/EU Special Representative, Nataliya Apostolova, addressed the Assembly Economic Committee today raising concern over monopoly in vehicle homologation and imposition of non-tariff barriers for new vehicles, causing unnecessary expense to
Kosovo and European Union discuss trade, industry, customs and taxation, within SAA framework
High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini has presented the third progress report on the implementation of the European Union Global Strategy, “The EU Global Strategy in Practice- Three years on, looking forward”, which will be discussed by the EU Foreign and Defence Ministers at the
  Check against delivery Ladies and gentlemen, The EU has given clear signals over the last year to the Western Balkan, reconfirming the European prospects of the region and each country. With today's Enlargement package and country reports the European Commission reconfirms this commitment
Increasing the number of agricultural inspectors and advisors is deemed necessary in order to have greater food safety in Kosovo. Increasing the quality of 'bio' products and production is considered an important step for domestic products to penetrate the European Union market
Ambassador Apostolova's interview with KTV's Rubikon show
Financing of political parties, non-merit-based appointments, European Council conclusions, Kosovo Report, visa liberalisation, the dialogue, were some of the topics of Ambassador Apostolova's interview with KTV's Interaktiv show aired on 20 June. Watch the interview Videos:  /file
A video message by the EU family in Kosovo
A video message by the EU family in Kosovo
Empowerment of women
Videos:  /file/empowerment-women_enEmpowerment of women Regions: Europe and Central Asia Western Balkans Kosovo* Editorial Sections: Kosovo*
Gender-based violence remains widespread both in Kosovo and worldwide. While its incidence rates remain alarmingly high, impacting one in every three women globally, adequate response remains limited in Kosovo
In a more challenging global environment, the European Union needs to step up its actions to enhance its ability to prevent conflicts, build peace and strengthen international security. By proposing a new European Peace Facility (EPF) the European Union is taking another step towards cementing its
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Indicative Strategy Paper for Kosovo (2014-2020)
Kosovo 2018 Report Accompanying the document Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions 2018 Communication on EU Enlargement Policy
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