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No new KFOR actions in north Kosovo

10. November 2011. | 10:55

Source: Tanjug

Kosovo Serbs took turns in guarding barricades in north Kosovo during Wednesday night, while KFOR made no moves.

Kosovo Serbs took turns in guarding barricades in north Kosovo during Wednesday night, while KFOR made no moves.

Both lanes of the Leposavic-Raska magistrate road near Jarinje are blocked, after KFOR members took over one barricade and blocked two byroads on Wednesday morning.

The Jarinje administrative crossing is still blocked, and there is no traffic over the Branjak administrative checkpoint as well. As a result, the traffic between north Kosovo and central Serbia is realized by alternative roads.

Serbs remained on barricades in Kosovska Mitrovica, Zvecan, Zupce and Jagnjenica during Wednesday night.

The main roads in north Kosovo, apart from the area near Jarinje, have one lane open which can be used by KFOR to move freely.


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