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Serbian Ministry Presents Film on ‘Heroic’ Brigade Suspected of Crimes

The Serbian Defence Ministry showed the film about the now-disbanded Yugoslav Army 125th Motorised Brigade on Thursday evening in Belgrade to commemorate the 40th anniversary of its establishment, despite claims that it was involved in war crimes during eth Kosovo conflict.

Brnabic to address UN General Debate of world leaders

It is planned that Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabi deliver a speech at around 5.30 p.m. local time.
Prime Minister of Serbia and Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikola Selakovi, will previously meet with the Secretary General, Antonio Guterres.

Four firm demands of Serbia

The news states that these are not new demands or blackmail, but demands that arise from signed agreements that Pristina has been obstructing or refusing to fulfill for years.

In Serbia, the Fight for ‘Green’ Votes Turns Ugly

However, the Uprising's main weakness comes from a struggle within over who gets to lead the emerging ecological front, but also which political faction would collect the 'green' votes.

Pahor meets Erdogan on sidelines of UN General Assembly

New York, 22 September – President Borut Pahor, who is in New York for the 76th session of the UN General Assembly, held several bilateral meetings on Tuesday, including with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss cooperation, Afghanistan and migrations. He also attended an event marking 30 years of Slovenia’s independence.

KFOR closely monitors the situation in Jarinje; ROSU heavily armed, Serbs gathering

Namely, Pristina's interim authorities decided to implement reciprocal measures and demand the change of license plates from Serbia, as Kosovo's drivers had to do when crossing the border, replacing them with temporary Kosovo ones. This increased tensions in the north and caused concern among the locals.

"It could get dangerous on Kosovo and Metohija"

Namely, the situation became tense as self-proclaimed Kosovo introduced reciprocity with Serbia regarding license plates.
Juda wrote on Twitter that Serbian military reportedly driving around close to Kosovo border and Kosovo police deploying to the north.

Lajcak: Urgent call for immediate deescalation

He called for an immediate calming of tensions.
"It's important to reduce tensions, restore a peaceful atmosphere & allow for freedom of movement", Lajcak said on Twitter.
Lajcak, who is visiting Belgrade, emphasizes that he talked about the situation in the north of Kosovo and Metohija with the ambassadors of the European Union.

Vučić: Well, I won't, and that's how it'll be VIDEO / PHOTO

Addressing the public, President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, who chaired that session, said that he received a proposal for resolving the situation at Jarinje and Brnjak crossings yesterday, but that he rejected that proposal, for which he received the consent of the National Security Council.

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Kosovo Serbs Block Roads as Border Crossing Tensions Simmer

The Jarinje and Bernjak border crossing points in Serb-dominated northern Kosovo remained blocked on Tuesday morning after local Serbs obstructed the roads with dozens of trucks in protest against changes to border regulations for vehicles with Serbian registration plates, Kosovo media reported.

National Security Council in session PHOTO

The Council is chaired by the President of the Republic, Aleksandar Vui.
The session is attended by Ministers Nebojsa Stefanovic, Aleksandar Vulin, as well as the Chief of the General Staff of the Serbian Army Milan Mojsilovic and the Director of the BIA Bratislav Gasic.

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Tensions mount between Kosovo and Serbia over License Plates

Tensions soared Monday at the border between Kosovo and Serbia as Kosovo deployed additional police to implement a rule to remove Serbian license plates from cars entering Kosovo, while Serbs protested the move, AP reports.