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Serbs dissatisfied after the meeting with representatives of the Quint (Kontakt plus radio, TV Most)

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Serbian media based in Kosovo reports that the Serbian List caucus held a meeting with representatives of the Quint. Although the ambassadors were not present at the meeting, the Serbian List MPs asked a pressure to be exerted on central institutions in order that Serbs and other non-majority people are protected in the areas in which the past few days, ethnically motivated attacks were recorded.

Head of the MPs club of the Serbian list, Slavko Simic says that the deputies were disappointed that none of the ambassadors of the Quint countries were present at the meeting, although they were aware of the incidents. Instead of the ambassadors, their associates came to the meeting.

-We did not notice a great concern and I can freely say that we have insisted that they exert huge pressure on the institutions and to use the power of their authority to have less of these attacks on Serbs and simply to punish those who committed any ethnically motivated attack, says Simic.

Simic emphasizes that many attacks on Serbs remain unreported because they do not have the confidence that the competent institutions will solve them. He says that they discussed this and with representatives of the international community.

Simic says the representatives of the Quint countries are aware of all the incidents taking place in Kosovo and that they themselves do not see the will of representatives of central Kosovo institutions to solve these problems.

“These are the problems that have been happening in the last twenty years, so a common platform and strategy with the relevant representatives of the Serbs should be created and that together we influence both the local community and the local self-government and the local police and the MIA of Kosovo to involve more actively in order that all these ethnically motivated incidents are solved, and the perpetrators brought to justice,” says Simic.

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