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.
The United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Europe, Central Asia and the Americas, Mr. Miroslav Jenča, and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Kosovo, Mr. Zahir Tanin, held separate meetings with Assembly Speaker Kadri Veseli and parliamentary caucus leaders.
Creating more opportunities for young people and enabling them to be actors for peace and progress were key messages shared with a room full of Kosovo youth during the third annual United Nations Kosovo Youth Assembly.
19 April, 2019 – Establishing regional centers for green management and inter-municipal centers for management of natural disasters, as well as encouraging green energy production, were among the promising solutions identified at an UNMIK-sponsored conference in Prizren to tackle environmental ch
15 April, 2019 - The findings of a survey of 58 judges and prosecutors from the Mitrovica region, identifying achievements and challenges, were shared after the inauguration of a new courtroom in North Mitrovica.
March 22, 2019 – Women in Kosovo could influence more sustainable and lasting peace – but only if they can access high level political processes, women in Kosovo said during a joint United Nations and European Union event marking this year’s Global Open Day on Women, Peace and Se
The taboo around gender-based violence that still exists in Kosovo was recognized by many people during a Kosovo-wide tour of an UNMIK-produced documentary on the relationship between property rights and domestic violence.
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.