The government of Kosovo continued today with the action of supplying four Serb majority municipalities in the north with food products.
This action came after the closure of all grocery shops by Serbs in the north.
“Belgrade can send as many goods as they want, However, when they reach the border point, if they are goods produced in the Republic of Serbia, they will have to pay 100 percent tariff, or they will be stopped. But if we are talking about goods of humanitarian character, then that is something else,” Shala said.
He stressed that there is no humanitarian crisis in the north and added that actions of the government of Kosovo are a response to Serbian paramilitary officials who ordered closing of the shops.
“The supplying plan is flowing well. All the required products are reaching well, all citizens are being supplied with products in that part. I do not possess information for attempts to bring Serbian products in that part. But we will normally respond in a reciprocal measure,” Shala said.