Kosov Police banned the Serbs to celebrate the Holy Trinity in the village of Petric near Klina, reported Serbian media based in Kosovo.
KIM radio reported that Kosovo police did not allow lithium for the Serbs who gathered in the village Petric.
Resident of the village, said that about 30 Serbs gathered for the lithium to celebrate the holiday of the village, where they used to live once.
“Last year we had a physical attack by the Albanian of this village, but this year they did not gather, but there was a large number of police that did not allow us to enter the yard where the demolished Temple of the Holy Trinity is located. In addition to our request and notification on Friday to Police, the UN, KFOR, the OSCE, an inspector called me last night saying that the meeting was banned in the village of Petric,” he told Radio Mitrovica Sever.
The Ras-Prizren diocese and Kosovo Police issued a statement following the events in Donji Petric village.
Full statements available at: https://bit.ly/2Zxe87e