28 May 2019 - UNMIK is following with great concern the developments in northern Kosovo today, including the detention of two UN staff members during the course of their duties by Kosovo Police. Both staff members were subsequently transferred to hospital for treatment of injuries. We are establishing the precise circumstances, in close coordination with all international agencies on the ground.
14 Mar 2019 - March 12, 2019 – The need to increase the presence of women in high level political processes and the need for more women taking an active role in all levels of politics in Kosovo were highlighted in a joint United Nations and European Union event.
08 Feb 2019 - On 3 February 2019, Kosovo Police requested to interview a member of UNMIK personnel about an alleged minor offence in Pristina.
UNMIK is undertaking enquiries and will take appropriate action in accordance with the United Nations policies and procedures.
07 Feb 2019 - 7 February, 2019 – Kosovo and Serbian leaders must take a forward-looking approach to surmount obstacles that have thwarted negotiations during a period of antagonism, the Head of UNMIK told the UN Security Council.
SRSG Zahir Tanin outlined a number of issues denting the political will between Pristina and Belgrade during his latest briefing on Kosovo.
18 Dec 2018 - The Security and Gender Group strongly calls for the Kosovo Assembly to amend the draft budget for 2019, towards ensuring allocation of sustainable funding through the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare to enable shelters to meet the needs of gender-based violence survivors.
The Security and Gender Group strongly condemns the recent case of domestic violence with tragic outcomes in Gjakovë/Ðakovica municipality, including the homicide of a woman and her nine-year old daughter by her spouse in Brekoc/Brekovac village and calls for responsible institutions to step up their efforts to strengthen the response and prevention to such cases.
19 Jun 2018 - 19 June, 2018 - Today, we mark the tenth anniversary of the United Nations Security Council landmark resolution 1820, which identified conflict-related sexual violence as an impediment to international peace and security.
14 May 2018 - 14 May 2018, New York – Wider regional engagement and a renewed EU focus on Belgrade and Pristina represents a unique opportunity to move past a stalemate in relations, the head of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo told the Security Council today.
• Five new cases of coronavirus infections in Kosovo (media)
• Kurti: We need to fight together, we will all be triumphant (media) • UNMIK chief calls to uphold human rights in fight against COVID-19 (media) • EU Head of Mission calls for cooperation and solidarity (media) • U.S. Embassy Statement on continued cooperation in fighting COVID-19 (media) • Heldt praises ministers for cooperation, slams ‘tendentious’ journalism (media) • Interior Minister Svecla visits Bosniak Mahalla in the north (media) • KFOR: We are closely monitoring the situation (Koha) • Qalaj: No one can act against laws in any part of Kosovo (T7, RTK) • Vitia: We’re in official coordination with northern municipalities (media) • Thaci: Situation in the north unacceptable (media) • Govt justifies quarantine in the north: There are 16 cases of coronavirus (media) • Abazi says Thaci has split the north of Kosovo (Telegrafi) • LDK issues press release about situation in the north (media) • Hoti: Problems are resolved with political means (RTK) • PDK: Kurti yielded to Belgrade in the north (media) • Haxhiu calls for calmness, criticises other parties for panic and division (media) • Vetevendosje MP warns of improvised tensions in Kosovo north (media)