''On the occasion of the tragic events and the death of our fellow citizens in Banjska, in the municipality of Zvean, September 26, 27 and 28 are declared Days of Mourning'', Serb List announced.
In Serbian communities on the territory of Kosovo and Metohija:
All entertaining events organized by local self-government bodies and institutions will be cancelled;
ZVECAN - The night passed calmly in Zvecan, a Serb-majority municipality in the north of Kosovo-Metohija and, in the morning, local Serbs continued a peaceful protest that began at the end of May.
The protesters, who have been gathering in front of a cordon of Kfor troops every day, said they would not end the protest until their demands were met.
"If the situation becomes increasingly unstable, if it starts escalating again, of course, that is an option," Wigemark said.
Let us remind you that after the escalation of the situation in the north of Kosovo and Metohija, NATO announced that it would send an additional 700 soldiers to the north, the so-called Kosovo.
In the municipal buildings, there are still members of the Kosovo Police and special forces, protected by KFOR soldiers deployed around the municipal buildings.
Between the members of the international peacekeeping mission and the citizens are barbed wire and a metal fence on which the citizens have placed Serbian flags.
We remind you that on Monday, Serb protests began in three municipalities in the north of Kosovo and Metohija, in which citizens demand that special police units be withdrawn from the north and that citizens who are employed be given access to the facility. Pristina's response was to send special forces, which, with the help of KFOR, caused incidents in which more than 50 Serbs were injured.