The prayer, in memory of the victims, was served by Bishop Jovan of umadija with the clergy, and after that, President Vui laid a wreath at the "V3" monument, erected at the place where students and professors of the Kragujevac high school were shot dead on October 21, 1941.
"We don't forget," the president said via Instagram ahead of the start of the event.
Currently, there are four armored vehicles that are less than two kilometers away from the administrative line.
It is two "Lazar" and two "Milos" vehicles.
As RTS reports, it has not been announced from which unit the members of the Army who are next to them are. The Serbian Army owns a base near Jarinje.
Special ROSU units are deployed at these crossings.
The north of the province can still be reached only on foot.
Units of the Serbian Army are in high combat readiness in the garrisons of Raska and Novi Pazar.
Video of Serbian Military armored unit from Raska on the move allegedly toward Kosovo administrative line appeared on social networks.
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.
Three key conclusions:
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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The main topic of the session will be the events in Kosovo and Metohija, "Novosti" has learned.
As it is stated, the analysis of the latest attacks on Serbs in our southern province will be on the table, as well as the latest decision to remove license plates from Serbian cars by which the government of Albin Kurti brought Kosovo and Metohija to the brink of new conflicts.