Kosovo draft budget + IMF’s remarks + Serb passports + Anti Corruption Report + NATO bombing ++ Presheva

PRISHTINA / PRISTINA ++ the IMF has continuously alarmed the Government of Kosovo that the accelerated increase of expenses risks the fiscal sustainability of the country ++ The process of receiving a Serb passport starts in Kosovo ++ The most corrupt institutions in Kosovo are Publicly-Owned Enterprises (POEs), the Government of Kosovo, local governments, and courts, says a report of the Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) for the period January-December 2010 ++ NATO’s intervention was the only solution for freedom of the people of Kosovo and Kosovo’s efforts for freedom and independence ++ Pacolli stated that the issue of … Bujanovac, Medvedja and Presevo in southern Serbia would be included in the … dialogue if the Belgrade … decides to bring up the issue of Kosovo Serbs ++ Media Monitor 25.03.2011 / News Monitor 25.03.2011 / Broadcast Monitor

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