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8 Feb
The euro is now the only legal tender for commercial transactions in Kosovo. Ethnic Serbs in the north of the country rely on the Serbian government who supply them with dinars.
4 Oct
Serbia has cut nearly half the number of troops on its border with Kosovo, as international concerns mounted over one of the more severe escalations between Belgrade and Pristina in recent years.
15 Sep
Mediation talks reportedly failed over Kosovo's refusal to accept a compromise plan. The EU initiated the meeting seeking to normalize relations between the uneasy neighbors, both of whom hope to join the bloc.
1 Jul 2023
Kosovo's prime minister said he was relieved that his officers were back with their families, but called for Serbian "aggression" to be held to account.
25 Jun 2023
Germany lacks skilled labor and is popular with young Kosovar job seekers. A new law now makes it easier for skilled workers from non-EU countries to come to Germany. Will this accelerate Kosovo's brain drain?
31 May 2023
Tensions between ethnic Serbs and Albanians are escalating in Kosovo, with NATO-led peacekeepers injured in clashes with Serb protesters. Previously, Kosovo deployed heavy police forces to Serb-populated areas.
6 May 2023
The leaders of the Balkan nations gave their tacit approval to a European peace plan in February and discussed steps to implement the plan in March. The question of Kosovo's statehood remains the most contentious issue.
10 Apr 2023
The Kosovo war remains a thorny issue in the relationship with Serbia. Experts think the trial in The Hague is one-sided and could exacerbate tensions between the two sides.
8 Apr 2023
Hashim Thaci, the ex-President of Kosovo has been accused of war crimes committed during the 1998-99 insurgency. Thousands protested in his support.
20 Mar 2023
Thousands of nationalists in Belgrade protested against a Western-backed deal for the normalization of ties between Serbia and Kosovo, which they see as recognition of Kosovo's sovereignty and therefore "unacceptable."
5 Mar 2023
The EU published its peace plan for Serbia and Kosovo on Monday after tense mediation talks in Brussels. "Progress was made today," EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.

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