“It is the worst when journalists stop talking about their own victims, then it is the end of everything. Fortunately, in Kosovo is not the case. We will talk, ask and continue our pursuit until the institutions start treating cases of murders, assaults and persecution of journalists separately,” Chairperson of the Association of Journalists of Serbia in Kosovo, Budimir Nicic said, KIM Radio reported.
“We are together in this struggle with the Association of Journalists of Kosovo colleagues and we share the same cause. We want to know what happened with our colleagues, we want that the culprits are held responsible for their misdeeds,” Nicic said in a Media Conference in South-East Europe held on 10 and 11 May in Struga, in Macedonia.
He also pointed out weak economic position of the Serb media and journalists in Kosovo, and emphasised the right to use Serbian language as a particular problem.
“The situation has improved over the last couple of years, but still we have many events organized by institutions without translation into Serbian language,” Nicic noted.