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“Opposition coalition ‘bothers’ Srpska Lista, we will not give up – Rada Trajkovic says” (N1, KoSSev)

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President of European Serb Movement from Kosovo Rada Trajkovic announced a new coalition of Serbian parties and organizations that would take part in the possible extraordinary elections in Kosovo, TV N1 reports. On the other hand, Srpska Lista said it is a plan to destroy the Serbian community from within.

“The only aim of the new coalition is to weaken the political unity of the Serbs,” Srpska Lista said, reacting to the statement of Rada Trajkovic that the establishment of the coalition is underway and it would be the alternative to the only one Serbian party in Kosovo supported by official Belgrade.

Srpska Lista added that “they are a bone in the throat of those wishing to make Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija demographic and politically irrelevant factor”. Responding to this Rada Trajkovic said that “as long as Milan Radojicic, suspected of involvement in the murder of Oliver Ivanovic, is Srpska Lista Vice President, this political organization has no rights to speak about representing the Serbs from Kosovo.”

“Until the moment that Serbs Lista opts to fight for the rule of law, and this stipulates to remove Radojicic from Srpska Lista and this way exerts pressure on the president of the state, Mr. Vucic to bring him before the justice so he can prove his innocence before the Special Prosecution in Pristina,” Trajkovic said.

She added, she would request from the international community to create adequate conditions for the elections, in which, as she said, part of the option opposing division or the independence of Kosovo, would take part, and whose focus would be the stabilization of the Serbian population, KoSSev portal reported.

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