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Brezovica: Collective centres two weeks without electricity (KIM Radio)

By   /  13/06/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Internally displaced persons living in collective centres in Brezovica are without electricity for two weeks, Milan Janjic confirmed to KIM Radio, adding there are no indications electricity supply would be restored any time soon. Electricity was cut off to the four collective centres two weeks ago, over unpaid electricity invoices. Milan Janjic internally displaced person […]

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Collective centres in Brezovica without electricity again (KIM Radio)

By   /  30/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The electricity in collective centres in Brezovica was cut off over unpaid debts from 10 years ago, KIM Radio reported. There are around 300 displaced persons living in the four collective centres in Brezovica. Milan Janjic, displaced person from Urosevac told RTV KIM the electricity was cut off this morning around 9.00. Every month Commissariat […]

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Albanians from Petric near Klina blocked access to Holly Trinity Church (Radio Gorazdevac, Radio kontakt plus)

By   /  28/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Around 50 Albanians blocked with vehicles access to the Serbian Orthodox Church Holly Trinity in the village of Petric, disallowing displaced Serbs from this village to mark today’s holiday, the church is named after, Radio Gorazdevac learned. High number of Kosovo Police members is also present on the spot. A group of displaced Serbs from […]

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Dejan Slavic in detention up to 30 days (KIM radio, RTS, Blic, Politika, Vecernje Novosti)

By   /  08/05/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The Basic Court in Pristina ordered detention up to 30 days to Dejan Slavic from Obilic on suspicion of allegedly committing a war crime against the civilian population during the Kosovo conflict, reports Serbian media. Lawyer Nebojsa Vlajic, defense attorney for the arrested Slavic, told RTS that he received the court’s decision on detention and […]

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Serb properties in Kosovo destroyed and taken over, perpetrators remain unpunished (RTS)

By   /  10/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbian national broadcaster, RTS continues its serial “Pravo na sutra” focusing on usurped Serb properties in Kosovo, featuring some of the cases. According to RTS, more than a million of land plots in Kosovo and Metohija are usurped. There are assessments saying that more than 35.000 residential units were destroyed. While displaced Serbs from Kosovo […]

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Serb properties in Kosovo, thousands of cases still open (RTS)

By   /  12/03/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Kosovo Assembly members adopted some time ago a law on taxation, stipulating owners of usurped properties in Kosovo will not pay taxes until they are able to use their properties again, Serbian national broadcaster RTS reported. Displaced Serbs from Kosovo and Metohija are facing property issues for many years. While some of them managed to […]

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Rakic, Djuric reactions on protest in Đakovica (Radio Mitrovica, TV Most, RTV Pink, RTS)

By   /  09/01/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

“At a time when Orthodox Christians around the world are preparing to celebrate the day of birth of Jesus Christ, Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija are denied the right to rejoice in Christmas, to hold their ceremony/prayers and to bring in the Christmas Log,” Mayor of Mitrovica North, Goran Rakic said in a press statement, […]

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Kozarev: To provide conditions for return of displaced (Tanjug, Novosti)

By   /  27/11/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbian Government Office for Kosovo Deputy Director, Dusan Kozarev said that conditions for sustainable return of internally displaced persons from Kosovo over the last two decades were very bad, Serbian media reported. Kozarev made these remarks on Friday, at the meeting of “Skopje Initiative” in Podgorica, supported by the UNHCR and OSCE Mission in Kosovo. […]

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Darko Tasic got one month detention (Kontakt plus radio)

By   /  24/11/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Darko Tasic, displaced Serb from Prizren, arrested in Brnjak on Wednsday, was sent to one month detention, following the proposal of the EULEX Special Prosecutor for war crimes, Paul Flynn, Kontakt plus radio reported. Tasic is suspected of committing the war crime against the civilian population, as he as reserved member of the police with […]

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Jevtic: To establish ASM as agreed (KIM Radio)

By   /  23/11/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Kosovo Minister for Communities and Returns said in a meeting with the Slovenian Ambassador in Pristina, Bojan Bertoncelj that concrete steps are missing in resolving the minority issues, among them the most important is the establishment of the Association of Serb Municipalities (ASM), KIM Radio reported. “The beginning of the establishment of the ASM opens […]

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Kozarev and Melzer on establishing the rule of law in Kosovo (RTK2)

By   /  16/11/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Deputy Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija Dusan Kozarev met today Nils Melzer, the Special Rapporteur of the UN Human Rights Council on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, reports RTK2. During the meeting, Melzer was informed about the violations of the human rights of Serbs and other non-Albanians […]

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Arrest of three Serbs is violation of freedom of movement and voters rights (TV Most)

By   /  25/10/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The Serbian Government Office for Kosovo issued a press release yesterday strongly protesting over the legal violence against Saša Aranđelović, Dejan Urošević and Goran Savković, arrested on October 22 at Jarinje administrative crossing point due to alleged suspicion they were transporting explosive materials, TV Most reported. “After the initial detention of 48 hours, their detention […]

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