There are no guards in the uninhabited Rugova mountains bordering Montenegro, only sheep on pasture land, but a dispute over defining the borderline could push Kosovo into chaos as the political opposition views the demarcation deal as close to "treason". The tiny Balkan territory, which unilaterally proclaimed independence from Serbia in 2008, last year reached a border demarcation agreement with its western neighbour, but Kosovo's parliament has yet to ratify it.
Tensions are high in Northern Kosovo as the NATO-led peacekeeping force KFOR seeks to resolve a three-month-old border dispute. The dispute began when the Kosovar government attempted to enforce a prohibition on Serbian imports, in ...
PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo's government dropped plans for a parliamentary vote on a bitterly contested law on establishing its definitive border with Montenegro on Thursday after coalition allies stayed away from the session.
US Vice President Joe Biden called on the Kosovar authorities on Wednesday to ratify an agreement on border demarcation with Montenegro.
Kosovo President Hashim Thaci has called on the Kosovar parliament to vote in favor of ratifying an agreement on border demarcation with Montenegro.