On 10-11 August, several enthusiastic young artists from different communities in Kosovo gathered on Mother Theresa Boulevard to express ideas of peace and togetherness through painting.
On 9 August, Special Representative to the Secretary-General Zahir Tanin met with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, and subsequently with Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, as part of regular consultations ahead of the Security Council meeting on Kosovo
Pristina, 13 July 2017 - Tackling language barriers, sexual harassment and a lack of involvement in decision-making are just some of the recommendations that came out of the first “United Nations Youth Assembly in Kosovo: Advancing Youth, Peace and Security Together”.
12 July 2017 - Inter-community trust building, employment, returns, infrastructure development and women’s participation were the main aspects discussed at a meeting between UNMIK’s Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General Christopher Coleman and the Mayor of Novobërdë/Novo Brdo, Sv
Geneva - 30 June, 2017: On 29 and 30 June 2017, members of the Working Group on Persons Unaccounted for in Relation to the Events in Kosovo, representatives of UNMIK, the ICRC, and the UN Working Group on Missing Persons and Enforced Disappearances met in Geneva to identify challenges and a way f
On 11 May, the UN Mission in Kosovo met in North Mitrovica with 24 young Kosovo Serb, Kosovo Albanian and Kosovo Bosniaks from a number of municipalities including Zvečan/Zveqan, Pristina, Leposavić/Leposaviq, Peja/Peć, South Mitrovica and Gjakova/Ɖakovica.
The Secretary-General would like to reiterate his appreciation for the valuable work of the Human Rights Advisory Panel, which examined alleged violations of human rights by the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).
16 May, 2017 – New York: The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General in Kosovo and Head of UNMIK, Zahir Tanin, highlighted to Security Council members today that while the past months witnessed fluctuating tensions and fragility, the situation remained generally stable, and “constructi