ZUBIN POTOK - A protest under the slogan “We are all the same, who of us is next?” will be held in Zubin Potok, northern Kosovo, on Monday over the ungrounded threats of arrests to Serbs, the management team for establishing a community of Serb municipalities in Kosovo-Metohija has stated.
Trial of suspected Albanian crime boss begins
PRIŠTINA -- A panel of judges at the Basic Court in Priština has begun the trial of Naser Kelmendi, charged by the Kosovo Special Prosecution Office.
Kelmendi stands accused of committing crimes related to international drug trafficking and the murder of Ramiz Delilalić, a Bosnia-Herzegovina citizen.
Djuric told Serbian public service broadcaster RTS that Kosovo police said they were ordered by Pristina authorities not to allow him to enter Kosovo on Tuesday.
LEPOSAVIC – The Kosovo police banned Director of the Serbian government’s Office for Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) Marko Djuric from entering the territory of the province at the Jarinje crossing Tuesday.
Djuric said that it was a flagrant violation of the agreement on freedom of movement and of all the principles that had been agreed in relation to the matter.
The men’s lawyers said on Monday that their clients, arrested last week and accused by prosecutors of organizing terrorist acts, should be freed on bail.
“They [police officers] pushed me against the wall, which is why I have bruises on my arms and a hematoma under my eye,” Andrija Igic told BIRN on Monday.
Igic said that he was arrested on Friday because of “an alleged traffic violation and preventing an officer from performing his duties”.