On 10th November, Kosovo’s Constitutional Court postponed the application of a deal, orchestrated by the EU, that would give increased self-governance to communities that have a majority Serbian population. The suspension is set to last until 12th January next year.
The pact was finalized by Kosovo and Serbia in August, as part of an attempt to smooth relations between the two, something that they are required to do in order to join the European Union.
Five of the twenty-eight member states in the EU do not recognise Kosovo as a country.
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Text source: EUobserver (November 11th 2015)