Kosovo online: Republic of Kosovo police opened fire on a vehicle and injured a local Serb
BELGRADE, April 11 – RIA Novosti. The self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo police opened fire on a vehicle in the north of the area on Tuesday night, injuring a local Serb, the portal reported. Kosovo online.
The incident occurred in the area of the Bistrica bridge on the Leposavić-Zvecan highway. According to the portal, according to the vehicle of the victim MY. Members of the ROSU special unit of the Kosovo “Ministry of the Interior” opened fire from Zvecan.
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“After 22:00 (23:00 Moscow time), a patient with a gunshot wound to the right side of his chest applied. He was in hemorrhagic shock, he underwent emergency surgery. The bleeding has stopped and is now life-threatening.” He is being treated in the intensive care unit because of the danger,” he said.
On Tuesday, the Serbian President was scheduled to meet with the head of UNMIK and was received by the Prime Minister on Monday. The two discussed the report on the work of the UN mission in Kosovo, which will be presented to the Security Council on April 27.
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, during a meeting with Karolina Ziade, the head of the UN mission to Kosovo and Metohija (UNMIK, UNMIK), expressed her concerns about the security of Serbs in the region and Pristina’s failure to fulfill its obligations. previous agreements
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić met with political representatives of Kosovo Serbs in Belgrade last Friday. He later said that Serbs will not participate in municipal elections in northern Kosovo and in Metohija, and that “Pristina’s policy serves ethnic cleansing in the Serb populated areas of the province.” According to Vucic, an action plan will be developed by 14 April and will be published next Thursday or Friday.
In the next round of technical dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, held in Brussels on April 4, the parties discussed the establishment of the Community of Serbian Communities. After the talks, Kosovo’s “vice-prime minister” and head of delegation, Besnik Bislimi, stated that some agreements had been reached on forms of self-government for Kosovo Serbs, but later expressed a set of unacceptable conditions for Belgrade.
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Serbian authorities point to the frequent detention of Kosovo Serbs by Pristina police, new demands for car license plates to be changed, and other steps taken by “prime minister” Albin Kurti.
At the end of March, the self-proclaimed government of the Republic of Kosovo approved the “Defense Strategy”, in which paramilitary Kosovo Security Forces (KSF) would operate throughout the province. Under previous EU mediation agreements, Kosovo police special forces are not allowed to enter Serb-populated municipalities in the north without special permission, and the KSF’s presence there requires permission from the NATO contingent command (KFOR). is also necessary.
At the same time, according to Pristina, the agreement reached in November 2022 regarding license plates issued by Serbian authorities on April 1 expires, and Kosovo Serbs fear that local police will start confiscating cars. Peter Stano, representative of the European Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said earlier that the agreement between Belgrade and Pristina on the use of such plates on November 23 last year has no expiration date.
In November 2022, Serbs resigned from the courts, the police, the “government”, the “parliament” and the local authorities of the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo “North” Nenad Djuric, due to the decision to dismiss the head of the regional police department of Pristina. It had previously refused to issue a warning for license plates issued by Serbian authorities. In particular, Serbian employees of Kosovo “police” and “customs” employees at the “Brnjak” and “Jarine” checkpoints resigned. Just like their 300 colleagues from the police in the north of the region, they quit their jobs.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić pointed out that replacing retired Serbs with Albanians in the Kosovo “police” would spell disaster in the northern part of the province, where Serbs still form the majority of the population.
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