Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija
Citizens indicate that they have problems due to the decision of Prishtina to abolish payment transactions in dinars, because in the last few days they have received payments of social assistance, child allowance, as well as salaries from central Serbia, but that they cannot get that money and they are worried about where way will provide the basic necessities of life.
WASHINGTON - Serbia's outgoing ambassador to the US Marko Djuric said on Tuesday Pristina's PM Albin Kurti had developed an "imposing capacity" for spreading disinformation about Kosovo-Metohija in the international community and that Serbia had approached that systematically and that it had a responsibility to expose that with facts and through developing capacities to fight disinformation.
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.
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
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.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Kosovo-Metohija Serbs gathered at a mass protest rally in northern Kosovska Mitrovica on Monday to call on the international community to ban Pristina's unilateral decision to abolish the Serbian dinar and point out that Serbs in the province were disenfranchised and deprived of the basic living conditions.