Kosovo Serbs

Stano: Kosovo Serbs should be allowed to vote in upcoming Serbian elections

BRUSSELS - EU spokesman Peter Stano said on Wednesday the EU had noted with regret the Pristina authorities had not permitted the customary practice of allowing Kosovo Serbs to vote in the territory of Kosovo-Metohija in Serbian elections and that the decision was not in line with the spirit of dialogue, the principle of protecting the rights of non-majority communities and trust-building betwe

Moscow: It is an attack on the Serbs

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.

Voters from Kosovo-Metohija to cast their ballots in central Serbia - commission

BELGRADE - In the December 17 Serbian parliamentary elections, voters from the territory of Kosovo-Metohija will be casting their ballots in central Serbia, the national electoral commission has decided.

They will be voting in the city of Vranje and the Kursumlija, Raska and Tutin municipalities.

Dacic: It is not first time ambassadors in Belgrade and Pristina disagree

BELGRADE - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said on Monday attempts to rename Serbian cultural heritage in Kosovo-Metohija to heritage of the so-called Kosovo were an "old narrative" aimed at erasing all traces of Serbian presence in the province and added that, to the best of its ability, Serbia would use all available means to fight against relativisation of history.

Dacic: Relocation of memorial plaque in Pristina an unacceptable, scandalous move

BELGRADE - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said on Tuesday the relocation of a plaque commemorating fallen Serbian soldiers from the Balkan Wars and WWI in the military section of the Serbian Orthodox cemetery in Pristina was a scandalous move, especially as it came from countries that should be extremely respectful of the contribution made by Serbia during WWI.

Dacic:Relocation of memorial plaque in Pristina an unacceptable, scandalous move

BELGRADE - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic said on Tuesday the relocation of a plaque commemorating fallen Serbian soldiers from the Balkan Wars and WWI in the military section of the Serbian Orthodox cemetery in Pristina was a scandalous move, especially as it came from countries that should be extremely respectful of the contribution made by Serbia during WWI.

Dacic, Azoulay discuss Serbian cultural heritage in Kosovo-Metohija

PARIS - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic met with UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay on the sidelines of the 42nd UNESCO General Conference in Paris on Thursday to discuss the preservation of Serbian cultural heritage and deepening of the cooperation with UNESCO.

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