Albin Kurti

Kosovo welcomes a NATO decision to bolster its troops following weekend violence that left 4 dead

Kosovo welcomes a NATO decision to bolster its troops following weekend violence that left 4 dead

  • Serb insurgents want to turn the clock back by 30 years, but that is not going to happen, says PM Albin Kurti
  • Kosovo President Vlosa Osmani also hailed the NATO decision as necessary to defeat Serbian "aggression"
By AP ·

Prime Minister Albin Kurti speaking to Arab News’ Faisal J. Abbas during an exclusive interview at his office in Pristina to mark the 14th Independence Day of Kosovo. (AN Photo/Ziyad Alarfaj) video

Houthi attacks on Saudi Arabia and UAE are ‘terrorist actions’: Kosovo PM

By Faisal J. Abbas | EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ·

Exclusive Prime Minister Albin Kurti, seen here in his Pristina office, says Kosovo’s youthful Muslim population makes it a natural ally of countries in the Gulf, most notably Saudi Arabia. (AN Photo/Ziad Alarfaj) video

Muslim nations that refuse to recognize Kosovo are making a big mistake, says PM Albin Kurti

By Faisal J. Abbas | EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ·