Petkovic: Pristina's police raid on Postal Savings Bank offices aimed at causing chaos

BELGRADE  - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said a "Kosovo Police" raid on branch offices of Serbia's Postal Savings Bank in the north of Kosovo-Metohija on Monday was an escalatory move by Pristina aimed at causing chaos and unrest and abolishing Serbian institutions in Kosovo-Metohija and that Belgrade would inform all international representatives of this.

"I will speak with Mr (Miroslav) Lajcak immediately, I will also call Quint representatives, and we will inform everyone in the international arena of the lawlessness and the terror ordered by Albin Kurti, the PM of the provisional Pristina institutions," Petkovic said in a statement.

He said the raid was not an ordinary escalatory move but a violent attack on dialogue itself as the dinar issue and a resolution of the fate of the Postal Savings Bank had become an...

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