Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Municipal assemblies hold meeting in north Kosovo

ZUBIN POTOK- A meeting of representatives of four municipalities in northern Kosovo, at which KFOR's request for ensuring freedom of movement for their supply convoys is being discussed, began at around 11 a.m. in the Zubin Potok municipal building.

The meeting is also attended by Kosovska Mitrovica District Chief Radenko Nedeljkovic and Vice President of Republika Srpska Emil Vlajki.

Councilors of the four municipalities should reach a decision on how to enable KFOR to supply its units in northern Kosovo, bearing in mind that barricades are set up on the roads.

After the meeting, Serb officials should confer with KFOR representatives and announce their decision.

Tadic sends message of support to Serbs in Kosovo


BELGRADE - Serbian President Boris Tadic sent a message to Serbs in northern Kosovo-Metohija that Belgrade strongly supports them, but that, however, they have to find a solution to enable KFOR to pass through the barricades.

Tadic is in regular contact with Minister for Kosovo-Metohija Goran Bogdanovic and Head of Belgrade's negotiating team in the dialogue with Pristina Borislav Stefanovic, who passed his message on to the people in the north of the province.

The president sent a message to Serbs in northern Kosovo-Metohija to stay near the administrative crossings of Brnjak and Jarinje day and night and keep fighting for their interests, but only in a peaceful way. He added that Serbia supports them both politically and financially, but that, however, they have to open the roads for KFOR, the Belgrade press reported.

President's office confirmed to Tanjug that Tadic passed his message on to the Serbs in the northern Kosovo.

Answering reporters' questions two days ago, Tadic said that he would be irresponsible if he suggested the people in northern Kosovo what to do through the media, and underlined that he personally has direct connection with them, as well as a way to send them such a message, which, as he put it, he has already done.

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