Kosovo police

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

Serbian Interior Ministry: Deputy head of Pristina's police in 48-hour custody

BELGRADE - Dejan Jankovic, deputy head of the so-called Kosovo Police, who was on Wednesday detained alongside three other members of Pristina's police force, has been placed in 48-hour custody for necessary checks concerning the security of the Republic of Serbia and establishment of facts, the Serbian Interior Ministry told Tanjug on Thursday.

Interior Ministry: Four "Kosovo Police" members detained, one held

BELGRADE - The Serbian Ministry of Interior confirmed to Tanjug on Thursday four members of the so-called Kosovo Police had been detained at a border crossing with Croatia on Wednesday and that one of them - a deputy director of Pristina's police - was being held by Serbian authorities.

The ministry said they had been detained for security checks at the Batrovci crossing.

Petkovic: Kurti cannot break Kosovo-Metohija Serbs' ties with their state

BELGRADE - In a reaction to Pristina's removal of Cyrillic road signs in the north of Kosovo-Metohija, the head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said on Thursday Pristina's PM Albin Kurti could not sever the unbreakable ties between Serbs in the province and their state, Serbia.

Another Serb arrested in Kosovo-Metohija for alleged war crime

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - The so-called Kosovo Police said on Monday it had arrested a Serb suspected of allegedly having committed a war crime.

In a statement, it said the 70-year-old man, identified with the initials Z N, had been arrested in the north of Kosovska Mitrovica for allegedly committing a "war crime against civilians - sexual violence" in the Vucitrn municipality in 1999.

Kosovo-Metohija Serb detained, beaten by Pristina's police

LEPOSAVIC - A Kosovo-Metohija Serb man had to seek medical attention on Wednesday night after being detained and beaten by the so-called Kosovo Police.

Pristina's regional deputy police chief for northern Kosovo-Metohija said the man, identified by the initials I M, had been detained for allegedly "obstructing an on-duty officer" and released after questioning.

Petkovic: Pristina's police have denied entry to another shipment of dinars

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said on Wednesday that, on orders from Pristina's PM Albin Kurti, the so-called Kosovo Police had earlier in the day denied entry to the province to another shipment of dinars for payment of salaries, pensions and social benefits to Serbs and other non-Albanians relying on incomes coming from the Serbian sta

Serb List warns: Serbs, do not fall for flyers of the so-called "National Defense"

In them, it called for "resistance to Kurti's police", and warned citizens not to fall for such malicious provocations.
The flyers are titled Ways to Resist the Kurti Police and were signed by National Defense. They listed ways to resist the Kosovo authorities including physical and verbal assaults on the Kosovo police and civil servants.

Serbian gendarme detained by Pristina's police released after questioning

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - A member of the Serbian Gendarmerie who was detained at the Jarinje administrative crossing on Friday has been released from a police station in the south of Kosovska Mitrovica after several hours of questioning, the regional deputy chief of the so-called Kosovo Police told Tanjug.

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