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Serbian government condemns obstruction of freedom of movement in Kosovo

18. August 2011. | 08:14

Source: Tanjug

The Serbian government fiercely condemned on Wednesday the efforts of the interim Pristina government aimed at obstructing Kosovo citizens' freedom of movement.

The Serbian government fiercely condemned on Wednesday the efforts of the interim Pristina government aimed at obstructing Kosovo citizens' freedom of movement.

The Serbian government called on the EU and the UN, as the body in charge of preserving peace in Kosovo-Metohija, to prevent the interim Pristina government's attempts of obstructing freedom of movement in the territory of the southern Serbian province, the government stated in a release submitted to the media.

By returning buses of operators from central Serbia, the Kosovo-Metohija interim government violated civilisational norms with regard to the freedom of movement and it is exerting additional pressures on the Serb population in the southern province.

Such a move by the Pristina government constitutes an attempt of institutionalising the pressures on Serbs and other ethnic communities whose freedom of movement has been limited by their fear of Albanian extremists for 11 years now, the release states.

The Serbian government believes that the interim government in Pristina is disavowing the implementation of the agreement on freedom of movement reached in the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.


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