The Kosovo Government adopted a decision to pay rent for the premises, owned by the Serbian Orthodox Church (SOC) in Pristina, used for a long time by Kosovo Anti-Corruption Agency, Tanjug news agency reported today.
The decision, adopted unanimously, says that a debt in the amount of almost 285.484 euros, covering the rental period since 15 July 2016 till today, would be paid to the SOC.
As the Office of the Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister and the Ministry for Communities and Returns announced, the decision was adopted following an initiative of Dalibor Jevtic, who said it is of great importance to respect the SOC property in Kosovo, contracts and the laws.
Jevtic added that this decision is also important in establishing the trust, Tanjug further reported.
He expressed belief that after the annulment of decision to expropriate land in Brezovica and today’s decision, trend of positive solution of all the issues affecting the Serb community would continue.