One of the most popular travel guides, Lonely Planet, has included Albania and Kosovo on its list of the ten best holiday destinations in Europe for 2018.
Serbia, which hopes to join the EU in 2025 at the same time as Montenegro, staunchly refuses to recognise Kosovo's 2008 declaration of independence and still considers the country as its southern province.
Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency signs agreement to restore Fatih Hammam in capital Pristina
Some employees cut off from accounts linked to FETO, terror group behind 2016 defeated coup in Turkey
Opposition party MHP leader calls for similar operation against US-based FETO leader
Hakan Cavusoglu says Kosovo's security benefited from handing over terrorists to Turkish justice
President slams Kosovar PM firing top officials after Turkish intel officers brought 6 alleged FETO members back to Turkey
Six Turkish nationals arrested in Kosovo over links to schools financed by the Fethullah Gulen movement that orchestrated the July 2016 coup attempt in Turkey have been extradited to Turkey.
The agreement, negotiated with Montenegro in 2015, is crucial for Kosovo to obtain visa-free travel in the European Union and eventually join the bloc.
US Assistant Secretary of State Wess Mitchell urges Serbia and Kosovo to fulfill obligations under Brussels Agreement
Serbia has refused to recognise Kosovo's independence, declared unilaterally a decade ago.
Following a long-standing border dispute between European Union members Croatia and Slovenia, Brussels has warned Western Balkans aspirants that they need to resolve their territorial disputes before joining the bloc.
A spokeswoman told Tirana to focus on its own reforms as it seeks to join the EU, saying comments that could be seen as meddling in other countries were "not helpful".
The capital Pristina is covered in the blue-and-yellow Kosovan flag for a weekend of festivities, with Kosovo-born British pop star Rita Ora due to headline a concert in the main square on Saturday night.
Prosecutor's office orders end to ‘Kurdish Music Night’ propaganda
Unilaterally declared on February 17, 2008, the independence of Serbia's breakaway province is recognised by more than 110 countries.
Ramush Haradinaj had been scheduled to attend events in Iowa organized by the National Guard
Turkey's ambassador to Kosovo attends opening ceremony of 2 kindergartens
Zoran Zaev meets counterpart Ramush Haradinaj in Pristina
Kosovo's Prime Minister, Ramush Haradinaj said that his government would take a look at the controversial border agreement with Montenegro.
The Parliament of Kosovo gathered today in an effort to conclude the session started in August 3rd, for constituting the government, which has been interrupted several times.