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Serbian president recalls crimes in Kosovo

Serbian president recalls crimes in Kosovo

Belgrade, Mar 16 (Prensa Latina) Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday that his country lost hope for an adequate reaction from the West to the oppression of Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, government sources reported.
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According to Vucic, they will say it is a fight against corruption and crime, when in fact the goal is to cleanse the south of these regions of Serb presence.

Tomorrow will be another anniversary of Serbia’s subjugation, and in all this time no one has claimed responsibility for the destruction of our sanctuaries, as well as the murders and expulsions of the people, the head of State stressed.

Kosovar armed forces stormed houses and administrative buildings in Serbian settlements in the south of the autonomous region today, Petar Petkovic, head of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, informed.

The head of the office believes that such actions were taken the day before the anniversary of the abuse of Serbs in Kosovo in 2004 to intimidate the population.

A previous similar action was done on the eve of Christmas, the main holiday of Orthodox Serbs, and such attacks recently increased by 50 percent, the politician recalled.

According to Petkovic, Kosovar separatists use terror tactics against the Serb population in the region.

In Kosovo, the acts of aggression against the Serb population are taking place constantly, including attacks on houses and first aid posts, arson, theft of livestock and equipment, the capital’s television commented.

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