Saturday, October 15, 2011

Drews demands unconditional removal of roadblocks

LEPOSAVIC - KFOR Commander Erhard Drews is demanding from representatives of local self-government in northern Kosovo, with whom he currently has talks in the town of Leposavic, to unconditionally remove all roadblocks leading to the administrative crossings in northern Kosovo.

The meeting between Drews with the heads of the four Serb municipalities in northern Kosovo started Saturday afternoon at the KFOR Camp Nothing Hill near Leposavic.

According to KFOR, Drews is conveying the message to the heads of Zvecan, Kosovska Mitrovica, Zubin Potok and Leposavic that he expects unconditional removal of roadblocks to ensure that people, emergency services, EULEX and KFOR can move freely on the roads leading to the Jarinje and Brnjak administrative crossings.

Today's meeting between General Drews and municipal representatives is the first since the German general assumed command of the military mission in Kosovo and it was organized at the initiative of local self-governments in northern Kosovo.

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