EULEX

AcronymDefinition
EULEXEuropean Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (est. 2007)
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Dans la meme annee, est cree EULEX, la plus importante mission civile de l'Union europeenne.
The second part analyses EULEX as the largest crisis management operation ever launched by the EU and some of the constraints on it since its deployment in 2008.
EULEX will focus on capacity building throughout Kosovo and security and the implementation of agreements reached in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue in the north.
The situation begs two questions: Why is Kosovo not making progress on improving its capacity to handle these high profile cases, and what if any role should EULEX continue to play?
He said EULEX needed to remain in Kosovo, to keep the peace and promote understanding between Serbs and Kosovo Albanians.
The mandate for EULEX mission is the largest EU civilian crisis management so far.
"The suspects are arrested on charges of aggravated coercion and assault, causing grievous bodily harm and direct participation in an organised group which committed an aggravated robbery," EULEX Kosovo said in a statement.
The shooting happened during regular staff rotation from a border crossing with Serbia, EU mission Eulex said.
For Serbia and Kosovo, the issue mainly depends on the normalisation of relations between the two countries (with the implementation of agreements reached as part of talks mediated by the EU) as well as active cooperation with the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX).
The accused lured poor donors from Eastern Europe and central Asia promising money in exchange of their organs, a special court set up by Eulex, the European Union's law and order mission in Kosovo heard.
The Interior Ministry signed a law enforcement cooperation agreement with the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX) in 2009, and the Customs Service cooperates informally with EULEX.
About two dozen Russian trucks with 300 tonnes of aid for minority Serbs in north Kosovo crossed the Jarinje border checkpoint manned by European Union customs and police (EULEX) and NATO-led peacekeepers (KFOR), a Reuters witness said.