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Statement from the U.S. Embassy in Pristina, October 8, 2015

U.S. EMBASSY CONDEMNS VIOLENCE IN KOSOVO PARLIAMENT The Embassy of the United States of America in Kosovo condemns the violence today in the Kosovo Assembly. Weapons have no place in parliaments. The appalling conduct of certain opposition MPs, which necessitated medical attention for other MPs, as well as international observers, including staff from the U.S. ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Demonstration October 6, 2015

U.S. Embassy Pristina informs U.S. citizens that according to media reports, demonstrations are expected to take place near the University of Pristina in Downtown Pristina from 11:00, today October 6, 2015.  Student groups in Kosovo will be demonstrating with the stated purpose of protesting against changes in university policy in Kosovo.  The anticipated size of ...
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Ambassador Delawie Remarks at the Anti-Corruption Council Meeting

Ambassador Delawie Remarks at the Anti-Corruption Council Meeting, Friday, September 25, 2015 Thank you, Madame President, Mr. Prime Minister, Mr. Speaker, and other distinguished guests. I commend you for working together on a comprehensive, whole-of-society approach to Kosovo’s fight against corruption. Since arriving in this country, I have made no secret of my priorities. I ...
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Message for U.S. Citizens: Travel through Europe

The U.S. Embassy in Pristina informs U.S. citizens residing in or traveling through Europe that travel may be delayed or disrupted across the region, including via land borders.  We urge U.S. citizen travelers to carry a valid passport and visa or residency card, if applicable, at all times.  Please monitor local media reports for up-to-date ...
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