Kosovo Liberation Army
BELGRADE - The Association of the Families of the Kidnapped and Murdered in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) requested on Thursday a meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic ahead of his trip to the next meeting within the dialogue on the normalization of relations with Pristina, set to take place in Brussels on February 9.
Clashes erupted between riot police and over 2,000 people protesting in Pristina for the dismissal of Serb minister Aleksandar Jablanovic, who is accused of insulting Albanian war victims.
Montenegrin police have pledged to take all "preventative and, if necessary, repressive measures" to prevent incidents from disrupting the first official visit to Montenegro of the Foreign Minister of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci - a controversial figure to some because of his past history as a guerrilla leader.
West accused of "allowing genocide in Kosovo"
BELGRADE -- Retired Czech Lt. Col. Marek Obrtel, who recently returned the military medals he received from NATO, says that "genocide against Serbs" took place in Kosovo.
Obrtel called the western military alliance "a criminal organization" because of the policies it conducts.
Serbs and Montenegrins who fled Kosovo called for a protest against Foreign Minister Hashim Thaci’s visit to Montenegro, accusing him of being responsible for their relatives’ deaths.