Kosovo Liberation Army
Another Serb monastery defaced with graffiti
ORAHOVAC -- Unidentified perpetrators wrote graffiti reading "KLA" (Kosovo Liberation Army) and "Kosovo" in the yard of the Sebian Orthodox Monastery in Zociste, in Kosovo.
The Diocese of Raska and Prizren of the Serbian Orthodox Church qualified this as "a new provocation."
ORAHOVAC - Unidentified perpetrators have daubed graffiti reading "KLA" (Kosovo Liberation Army) and "Kosovo" within the courtyard of the Sveti Vracci (Holy Healers) Monastery in Zocciste, western Kosovo-Metohija, and the Diocese of Raska and Prizren of the Serbian Orthodox Church qualified this as a new provocation.
"I believe that one of the first decisions of the Kosovo Assembly will be the formalisation of the armed forces of Kosovo," Agim Ceku, Kosovo's Security Forces Minister, told the Epoka e Re daily newspaper on Thursday.
Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga confirmed on Tuesday that a constitutive session of the new parliament would be held on December 8 after a meeting with the leaders of the two parties involved in the coalition - Hashim Thaci of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, PDK, and Isa Mustafa of the Democratic League of Kosovo, LDK.
PRISTINA - Outgoing Minister of the Ministry for the Kosovo Security Force Agim Ceku stated that Kosovo will soon get its army because at one of the first sessions upon its constitution, the Kosovo parliament will adopt the decision on the transformation of the Security Force into the Armed Forces of Kosovo.