ROSU units fully armed, Serbian Army on full combat alert
ROSU units are still present at these administrative crossings, and Serbs who are protesting are still not giving up. The situation is calm, and the local media state that an increasing number of Serbs are expressing dissatisfaction with the decision of the Pristina authorities.
As a reminder, Serbs are dissatisfied with the decision of the so-called Kosovo's government on the replacement of Serbian license plates with temporary Kosovo ones, under the five euros cost.
Tensions were additionally increased by the incident on Thursday, when ROSU units beat three Serbs near Brnjak, who did not participate in the protests, but, as it is stated, were preparing firewood for the winter season.
"Come and see for yourself if it's true"
President of the Serbian List, Goran Raki, stated that, since allegations were heard that there were no attacks and that Serbs were not beaten on Brnjak, he called on Pritina and international organizations to come and make sure that it was true. Rakic stated that the gathered people are asking for only one thing - freedom of movement, what belongs to them according to European rights, which is why he asked Pristina, and above all the international community, to get involved and schedule a dialogue as soon as possible, because, as he said, when dialogue is not an option, we have conflicts, Kosovo online reported.
"We are arriving from Jarinje, where the situation is relatively calmer and more stable than here. I received information that members of ROSU special units beat three Serbs here who were just trying to earn a piece of bread and feed their family," Rakic said, stating that they are currently in hospital in Kosovska Mitrovica and he will go to visit them.
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