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Serbs stop KFOR vehicles in Zvecan

07. November 2011. | 14:39

Source: Tanjug

Serbs stopped several KFOR vehicles on the road to the Jarinje administrative crossing in Zvecan around 5 a.m. on Monday.

Serbs stopped several KFOR vehicles on the road to the Jarinje administrative crossing in Zvecan around 5 a.m. on Monday.

The vehicles carrying American troops came from the direction of southern Kosovska Mitrovica.

They were stopped in the municipality of Zvecan, and had to turn back to northern Mitrovica, across Suvi Dol to southern Mitrovica. The situation lasted half an hour, and there was no incident, Tanjug's on site reporters released.

KFOR announced earlier that it would resume repair works on a bridge in the village of Loziste on a road between Zvecan and Leposavic, which goes to the Jarinje administrative crossing. In its release, KFOR noted that for its heavy machinery to access the bridge in Loziste, it needs full freedom of movement.


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