Day of Mourning in Serbia; "They will hit even harder"; Serbian school stoned
Sports events cancelled, customized program, flags at half mast. Day of mourning in Republika Srpska as well.
In the conflict with the Kosovo police on Sunday in the village of Banjska, three Serbs - S.N., I.M., B.M. - were killed, and one policeman was also killed.
Office for Kosovo and Metohija responded; Parents did not let their children go to school
Office for Kosovo and Metohija announced today that the latest incident, in which the Serbian Elementary School in Lipljan was stoned, is an indication that a greater presence of international missions in Serbian areas is necessary in order to avoid and prevent any incidents and make Serbs feel safer.
"No incident must be ignored or viewed in isolation, because it can additionally lead to an escalation of the situation on the ground, which we have warned about several times so far," the Office's announcement states.
"The wave of violence carried out by the prime minister of the temporary institutions of Pristina, Albin Kurti, in the north of the so-called Kosovo has its traces and echoes in the Serbian communities south of the Ibar, where last night around 10:30 p.m. the Serbian Elementary School 'Braa Aksi' in Lipljan was stoned. This educational institution is attended by about 50 pupils of Serbian nationality, and some parents today did not allow their children to come to school out of fear for their safety, and that the locals are more than worried about the attack on the school and new incidents that Albanian extremists may carry out 'surrounded by the aggressive rhetoric and politics of Pristina', it is stated in the announcement.
Day of mourning in Republika Srpska as well
Today is the Day of Mourning in the Republic of Srpska as well, on the occasion of the...