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Night goes by peacefully, complete withdrawal of ROSU expected

27. July 2011. | 11:30

Source: Tanjug

Several dozens of Serbs from the Leposavic municipality are at the administrative crossing, who decided to stay on the baricades the entire night, taught by the experience from Tuesday morning, when the Kosovo special units withdrew and then again tried to take over the Brnjak administrative crossing.

The night in Jarinje, northern Kosovo, went by peacefully, traffic is normal and without congestions, and the Serbs who spent the second consecutive night on the baricades near the administrative crossing, expect to receive a confirmation of the reached agreement, that is the complete withdrawal of the Kosovo police special units ROSU.

Several dozens of Serbs from the Leposavic municipality are at the administrative crossing, who decided to stay on the baricades the entire night, taught by the experience from Tuesday morning, when the Kosovo special units withdrew and then again tried to take over the Brnjak administrative crossing.

The citizens said that they hope this crisis will be surpassed, adding that they have no trust in the Pristina authorities, and that they expect similar actions and moves in the future as well. After more than 20 hours and the firm reaction of Belgrade and the international community, the agreement on the withdrawal of the Kosovo special units to Pristina was confirmed.

Head of the Belgrade team for the dialogue with Pristina Borislav Stefanovic told the journalists on Tuesday that it had been agreed with KFOR commander Erhard Buehler that all roads in northern Kosovo should be unblocked and made free for traffic, and that members of the Kosovo police of Serb nationality should be deployed at the administrative checkpoints by Wednesday morning at the latest.

The Kosovo police special units took over the Brnjak administrative checkpoint at 10 pm on Monday, withdrew on Tuesday morning, and a few hours later made another attempt to take over the crossing. In the night between Monday and Tuesday, Serbs from Leposavic prevented the attempts of Kosovo special units to take over Jarinje administrative crossing, by setting up blockages throughout the town.

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