The Serb List party has decided to leave the “government” of the separatist Kosovo, and on April 20 it will form the Community of Serb Municipalities on its own. The establishment of the community was envisaged by the Brussels Agreement, the chair of the Serb List Goran Rakic has announced at a news conference after the consultations with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade on March 27.
“After yesterday’s not just harsh, but terrorist attack against the unarmed Serbian people in Kosovska Mitrovica and a representative of the Serbian government, we as legal representatives of the Serbian people in Kosovo and Metohija cannot keep silent and do not want to be a set (at the Kosovo ‘government’,” Rakic is quoted as saying by RTS channel.▼ читать продолжение новости ▼
According to Rakic, actions of the armed separatists did not scare Kosovo Serbs who are full of decisiveness to stay at their homes and protect them. “No ‘ROSU police’ (special unit of Kosovo militants - EADaily) or international community, or EULEX (EU police mission in Kosovo - EADaily), and yesterday EULEX was with the ‘Kosovo police,’ will make us afraid and leave the territory,” he said.
Rakic added that on March 28, all ten municipalities with predominantly Serbian population in Kosovo and Metohija will have a meeting in Kosovska Mitrovica to discuss establishment of the Community of Serb Municipalities on the fifth anniversary of the Brussels Agreement.
Rakic said that Serbs will form the community in accordance with the Brussels Agreement and will not violate its clauses or the international law.
As EADaily reported earlier, on March 26, officers of the Kosovo “special police” have arrested the director of the Serbian Office for Kosovo and Metohija Marko Djuric in Kosovska Mitrovica. The militants rushed into a hall where a round-table discussion was taking place on the “domestic dialog” on future of Kosovo and Metohija. The attackers dispersed the participants using tear-gas and arrested the Serbian official, who was later deported to Serbia.