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KFOR establishes control over alternative road

13. October 2011. | 11:54

Source: Tanjug

KFOR units set up early Thursday a checkpoint on the new alternative road near the village of Cirkovici, leading across Jarinje to the main road towards Raska (central Serbia).

KFOR units set up early Thursday a checkpoint on the new alternative road near the village of Cirkovici, leading across Jarinje to the main road towards Raska (central Serbia).

KFOR occasionally controls vans, and passenger vehicles are allowed to pass through without stopping. The alternative road was expanded after the incident which occurred at the administrative crossing late September.

Members of KFOR this morning checked on the barricade Serbs had put up at the bridge on the road leading to Jarinje administrative crossing. They conferred with citizens at the barricade and tried to convince them to remove the obstacle made of gravel and earth.

The citizens refused, after which KFOR soldiers went back to their base near the Jarinje checkpoint.


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