North Kosovo

EC calls for de-escalation efforts by Belgrade, Pristina, implementation of agreements

BRUSSELS - In conclusions adopted at a Brussels summit on Friday, the European Council said Belgrade and Pristina must "pursue sustained de-escalation efforts, as well as ensure the holding of new elections in the north of Kosovo as soon as possible, with the active participation of Kosovo Serbs," and added that failure to de-escalate tensions would have consequences.

Petkovic meets with CDU/CSU foreign policy adviser

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic met on Tuesday with the foreign policy adviser of the CDU/CSU group in the German Bundestag, Franz Xaver Mauerer, to inform him of the extremely difficult security conditions for Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija, especially in the north of the province, where they are exposed to constant terror by the Pristina autho

Vehicle carrying medical supplies to K Mitrovica hospital pulled over by Pristina's police

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - A vehicle carrying medical supplies from the Leposavic health centre to the Clinical Hospital Centre in the north of Kosovska Mitrovica was on Friday pulled over by the so-called Kosovo Police at the Bistrica Bridge checkpoint and ordered to go to a terminal in the south of the town, the hospital's director Zlatan Elek confirmed to Tanjug.

Vucic: Kurti is the only terrorist in Kosovo

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday Pristina's PM Albin Kurti had accused his son Danilo of alleged involvement in the September 24 events in the Banjska village in the north of Kosovo-Metohija, and noted that Kurti was "the only terrorist in Kosovo" and that he was "killing and terrorising Serbs."