Outgoing Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Communities and Returns, Dalibor Jevtic said the State Department report on human rights finally pointed out the real problems of the Serb community in Kosovo, their situation and issues related to the return of displaced persons, Radio kontakt plus reported.
Jevtic stressed the things have been finally called by their real name in such an important document as the State Department report is, and it has been pointed out to the real problems in all that segments that the Serbian community is facing in Kosovo, something that he and his colleagues were warning about for a long time.
“More than 100 incidents, insufficient support to the returns process in shortest describes everything that has been an issue for the Serbs to remain and return to Kosovo today. It has been unequivocally confirmed that return is being only declaratively supported, while the local majority community and the institutions responsible for the rule of law and order do little or almost nothing to support the returns process and survival of non-majority communities in Kosovo. The property as one of the crucial issues, not only when it comes to the return and remain, but also as one of the fundamental human rights; remains the biggest obstacle in resolving these issues,” Jevtic said in a press statement.
He also voiced a hope that this report would influence the actions of the international community representatives in Kosovo, so they would do more in this regard and have stronger influence on the institutions that should do their job in line with the laws.