UNMIKUnited Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo
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A Russian national was also detained, an UNMIK employee called Mikhail Krasnoschenkov", Vucic said.
Thus the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), which was tasked to perform basic civilian administrative functions with security provided by NATO, started to govern Kosovo right after the air campaign conducted by the NATO Alliance.
The author then assesses media created by the UN and NATO missions in Kosovo (KFOR and UNMIK), from 1999 to 2008.
in March 2006 by UNMIK regulation 2006/10, (63) and again by the October
Moreover, as Trenkov-Wermuth employs his chosen set of analytic criteria to the UNMIK and UNTAET case studies, a substantive discussion unfolds that critically examines a variety of shortcomings in the UN's approach to reconstituting governance structures.
'We hereby undertake the international obligations of Kosovo, including those concluded on our behalf by the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), ...'
"Even this peace remains tenuous," Zannier said, noting that Kosovo Serbs recently had thrown stones and set a lorry ablaze when they thought Kosovo Albanians were building beyond what had been agreed in talks facilitated by the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).
Shortly thereafter, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 1244 (1999), which suspended Belgrade's governance over Kosovo, established the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), and authorized a NATO peacekeeping force.
The Turkish ambassador said Turkey was supporting UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's and his special envoy's efforts to reconstruct the UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) which had significant role in Kosovo.
The Assembly of Kosovo, an umbrella body of the provisional institutions of self-government under the United Nations Interim Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), declared independence on Feb.
Prior to joining the OSCE, he was Director General of FRIDE, an independent Madrid-based research institute which focuses on peace and security, democratization, development and human rights and media in the United Nations, including in the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), the UN Spokesman's Office in Geneva, the UN Human Right Field Operation in Rwanda, and the UN Civilian Mission in Haiti.