BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said on Tuesday that, by refusing to receive a civic initiative for a dismissal of illegitimate mayors, the Albin Kurti-led authorities in Pristina had clearly demonstrated they were not interested in de-escalation and normalisation in the four municipalities in the north of Kosovo-Metohija.
DUBAI - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Friday in Dubai Pristina's PM Albin Kurti would not allow Kosovo-Metohija Serbs to vote in the December 17 Serbian elections because he wanted the so-called Kosovo to be recognised by Serbia in exchange for giving the Serbs the right they were entitled to.
"We had important meetings. I spoke with Charles Michel and with the presidents of Hungary, Poland, Belarus, as well as with people from the IMF," Vui said, adding that all the conversations were of special importance for Serbia.
"In order to solve all the problems, there must be order in international relations," he added.
According to the spokeswoman of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the temporary institution at the so-called Kosovo continue to destabilize the situation in the southern Serbian province - limiting the rights of the Serbian population.
She said at the weekly briefing that this time Serbs are prohibited from voting in the extraordinary parliamentary elections.
BELGRADE - The director of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said Monday's so-called "Kosovo Security Force Day" celebrations in Kosovo-Metohija were nothing but festivities of Greater Albanian chauvinism and a promotion of the concept of a mono-ethnic self-proclaimed Kosovo, and noted that Pristina's PM Albin Kurti, the main affirmator of that policy, had not eve
BELGRADE - Pristina's ban on holding the December 17 Serbian parliamentary elections in the territory of Kosovo-Metohija is not contributing to a calming of the situation, the head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said during a meeting with Argentina's Ambassador to Belgrade Osvaldo Marsico on Monday.
PRISTINA - Pristina and its PM Albin Kurti last night banned two assistant directors of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija from entering the province, the Office has confirmed to Tanjug.
Svetlana Miladinov and Igor Popovic were to attend Municipality Day celebrations in Kosovska Mitrovica on Thursday.
BELGRADE - The director of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic on Wednesday informed the Serbian national electoral commission the holding of the December 17 parliamentary elections was impossible in Kosovo-Metohija due to an unacceptable condition set by Pristina and its PM Albin Kurti, the Office told Tanjug.