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Redzepi: Government to launch North Kosovo action

27. October 2011. | 11:45

Source: Tanjug

Kosovo's Minister of Interior Bajram Redzepi stated that the Kosovo government is planning to launch actions in northern Kosovo, adding that this was also requested by the opposition Self-Determination Movement.

Kosovo's Minister of Interior Bajram Redzepi stated that the Kosovo government is planning to launch actions in northern Kosovo, adding that this was also requested by the opposition Self-Determination Movement.

Soon, I cannot give you the exact date, because we have to agree and coordinate our work. We need a plan, Redzepi told the Pristina daily Koha Ditore, on the eve of the Kosovo assembly's extraordinary session on the situation in the north, to be held on Thursday.

After removing the barricades, the priority will be establishing law and order. People who committed crimes and are under arrest warrants will be brought to justice, he added.

Redzepi announced that the ending of the current action of removing the barricades in northern Kosovo inhabited with Serbs will be followed by another two actions, and specified that the second one requires police uniforms, while the third is a civil action. He also said that new actions for establishing the rule of law in the north will be carried out and followed by an action for unblocking the roads, adding they will not be postponed.

The Self-Determination Movement demanded that Kosovo MPs oblige the government to self-initiatively start the action of dismantling the road obstacles in the north, regardless of KFOR and EULEX's plans, as well as to cancel talks with Serbia. In four points of a declaration published on the eve of the Thursday session, the parliamentary club Self-Determination demands that the institutions of Kosovo organize the removal of barricades on their own, that the government cancels talks with Serbia and declares invalid and unenforceable all agreements reached until now.

The movement's request stresses that Kosovo institutions should engage themselves in cutting the financial source to Serbia's local structures, arresting municipal presidents and dissolving local administrations. Kosovo Prime Minister Hasim Taci will also attend the Thursday session on the situation in northern Kosovo.


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