Pristina does not create any communities of Serbian municipalities. It does not respect any agreements. Kosovo is, was, and will be an integral part of Serbia, the protesters said.
The demonstrators left from St. Savva Church through Slavia Square for the presidential palace, where they chanted “Kosovo is Serbia,” after which they burned the flag of unrecognized Kosovo.
Afterward, they passed by the Parliament of the Republic on their way to the St. Mark Church.
There, the crowd read a prayer together, after which they said they would wait for decisive actions by Serbian authorities. Then they sang a song about Kosovo and Metohija and started to disperse.
The situation worsened abruptly on December 6, when the unrecognized special forces of Kosovo, escorted by Eulex patrols, started to take control of the premises of the electoral commissions in northern Kosovo and Metohija.
In order to respond to it, the Serbian population mobilized spontaneously and repelled the Kosovars, who fled crossing the Ibar River.