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Kosovo prime minister steps down

Kosovo’s Prime Minister Bajram Kosumi has resigned, citing the need to preserve the government coalition. Mr Kosumi has been accused of being ineffective by some coalition members. He is a key member of the delegation in talks on the future status of Kosovo. Former Kosovo Liberation Army commander Agim Ceku has reportedly been nominated to succeed Mr Kosumi. Officially part of Serbia, Kosovo has been under UN administration since 1999 and seeks independence. “I consider the resignation as a right and a moral act,” Mr Kosumi – who was in office less than a year – told reporters in Kosovo’s capital, Pristina. Full Story

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