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  • Secretary Kerry Op-Ed – International Women’s Day,  March 8, 2015  (Photo by: Department of State)

    Secretary Kerry Op-Ed – International Women’s Day

    Every day, we read about women and girls around the world who are victims of heinous violence. From Iraqi women abducted and enslaved by ISIL to Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped and forced into marriage, these tragedies seem to belong to medieval times.

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  • 2015 State of the Union, January 20, 2015 (Photo by State Department)

    2015 State of the Union

    President Obama (Jan. 20): "I’m asking both parties to give me trade promotion authority to protect American workers, with strong new trade deals from Asia to Europe that aren’t just free, but fair.

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  • Secretary Kerry adresss at the Journalists Security Conference, January 20, 2015 - [Photo by Department of State]

    Journalists Security Conference

    Secretary Kerry (Jan. 20): "We all know that journalism can be dangerous. There’s no way to eliminate the risk completely, except by keeping silent, and that’s what we call surrender. So that’s not in the cards."

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  • Ambassador Jacobson's Interview to Zeri, December 19, 2014 (Photo Credit: U.S. Embassy Pristina)

    Ambassador Jacobson's Interview to Zeri

    On December 19: Ambassador Jacobson was interviewed by Arbana Xharra from Gazeta Zeri about the latest developments in Kosovo.

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  • We congratulate Kosovo on the constitution of its Assembly and formation of its government -- the first democratic transition of political authority resulting from free and fair elections in all of Kosovo’s territory.

    Government Formation in Kosovo

    We congratulate Kosovo on the constitution of its Assembly and formation of its government - the first democratic transition of political authority resulting from free and fair elections in all of Kosovo’s territory.

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  • U.S. Embassy Welcomes Signing of Foreign Terrorist Fighter Law, March 26, 2015

    The United States Embassy extends its warm congratulations to President Jahjaga and the Kosovo Assembly on the passing and signing into law the Foreign Terrorist Fighter legislation.  

  • DCM Bachus Remarks at CSGD's LGBTI in Politics Event, March 17, 2015

    The U.S. Embassy in Pristina remains a proud partner of CSGD, as well as other NGOs working on behalf of the LGBTI community in Kosovo. You have planned a rich day of discussions that we hope will yield tangible ideas on how LGBTI persons can fully participate in Kosovo’s political life. Several U.S. Embassy and USAID colleagues are also here today to engage with you. 

  • Statement from the U.S. Embassy, Pristina, March 7, 2015

    The U.S. Embassy welcomes the government’s passage of the constitutional amendments necessary to establish the Special Court. It is an important step toward honoring the commitments Kosovo made in the April 2014 Exchange of Letters with the EU.  

  • Statement from the U.S. Embassy in Pristina, March 4, 2015

    The United States Embassy, Pristina is pleased to announce Arbana Xharra, Editor-in-Chief of Zëri, as the winner of the Secretary of State’s prestigious International Women of Courage Award (IWOC) for the European Bureau.  

  • DAS Yee Interview to VOA, Feb 12, 2015

    Well, Kosovo has made great progress since becoming independent in 2008. As you know, there have been a number of important positive developments, including recognition by over 100 countries of Kosovo, Kosovo’s participation in many international organizations, Kosovo’s agreement on the Stabilization Association Agreement with the European Union, and progress in normalization of its relations with Serbia.  

  • DAS Thomas Melia interview with Koha Ditore, 6 February 2015

    First of all, I’m glad to be here in Kosovo and to get to know the place a little bit better. In Washington we pay a lot of attention to Kosovo and it is very important for us. We see it as a critical building block to stability and prosperity in the Balkans, so the U.S. will continue to be very engaged. 

  • Statement from the U.S. Embassy in Pristina, February 3, 2015

    The U.S. Embassy urges government, opposition parties, and citizens to demonstrate their shared commitment to Kosovo’s future by ensuring that planned protests are conducted in a peaceful manner. Citizens have a right to express grievances to the government, and the government has an obligation to listen and respond.    »

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