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A delegation of the Serbian Orthodox Church on Kosovo in France and Germany

23. March 2010. | 07:48

Source: EMportal

While visiting France and Germany, a delegation of the Serbian Orthodox Church expressed concern over the announced reduction of number of KFOR members and the decision for the Kosovo Police to take over certain Serbian sanctities in Kosovo.

While visiting France and Germany, a delegation of the Serbian Orthodox Church expressed concern over the announced reduction of number of KFOR members and the decision for the Kosovo Police to take over certain Serbian sanctities in Kosovo.

The Serbian Orthodox Church communicated that, according to the decision of the Synod of the Serbian Orthodox Church, a four-member delegation led by Bishop of Lipljan Teodosije visited Berlin and Paris from March 15 till 19.

The discussions emphasized the position of the Serbian Orthodox Church that it is not acceptable for the Kosovo police to be entrusted with the security of Orthodox holy sites currently secured by KFOR.

The delegation pointed out that the consequences of the potential transfer of protection to the Kosovo Police can be fatal for the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Serbian people.

The delegation met in Paris with UNESCO officials, who promised they would engage more intensively in the protection and restoration of Orthodox monuments in Kosovo, the communiqué reads.

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