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Classes in Banja Koviljaca school to resume

15. November 2011. | 08:11

Source: Tanjug

Primary school students in Banja Koviljaca, a spa town near the city of Loznica (western Serbia,) will begin attending classes today after a several-day boycott.

Primary school students in Banja Koviljaca, a spa town near the city of Loznica (western Serbia,) will begin attending classes today after a several-day boycott.

The local school's parent council made a decision that their children should get back to school following the conclusions of a meeting between a senior government official and heads of the local-self government.

Serbian Minister of Labor and Social Policy Rasim Ljajic and the heads of the Loznica and Banja Koviljaca local self-government met on Thursday to discuss the current issue of illegal immigrants in that region. Ljajic told the municipal officials that the state was ready to resolve the issue in line with international obligations and to the mutual interest of the Serbian and foreign citizens.

Senior officials of the Interior Ministry, the Serbian Commissariat for Refugees, the city of Loznica and representatives of Banja Koviljaca met on the same day and decided on a number of measures to resolve the problem of the huge number of immigrants, nearing 2,500 in a place counting 5,500 people in total.

Loznica mayor Vidoje Petrovic told Tanjug Saturday that the immigrants who had been accommodated in the local school would get a new, more humane facility at another location. Police presence in Banja Koviljaca, particularly in the school's vicinity, will be increased, along with strengthened measures to prevent illegal attempts at crossing the border, Petrovic said.


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