Thaci: EULEX did not support us „“ means money, for the mafia“
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Tensions Rise In Northern Kosovo After Pristina Police Deployment
Last updated (GMT/UTC): 26.07.2011 18:30
Kosovar police forces attempted to seize control of several border control posts in Kosovo’s Serb-controlled north late on July 25, prompting what Serbia has called a dangerous escalation of tensions.
The ethnic Albanian police took control at one of three border crossings in the area overnight, but local Serbs blocked the road to prevent them from reaching two other border checkpoints and are saying they will not move until Kosovo police withdraw.
One police officer was injured, reportedly when a hand grenade exploded near him.
NATO troops in the UN-mandated KFOR mission, which still patrols Kosovo more than a decade after the end of the war there, were deployed to the area early today to serve as a buffer between the two sides.
A NATO spokesman said today that the Kosovar police would withdraw as part of a deal between Pristina and Belgrade that has been mediated by NATO. But Kosovo officials were not immediately available to confirm that report.
Politics | Tuesday 26.07.2011 | 17:14
Shooting near one of north Kosovo checkpoints
Source: B92, Beta, Tanjug
LEPOSAVIĆ — Conflicting news and confusion out of northern Kosovo this Tuesday – latest reports suggest that a KPS unit did not return to the Brnjak crossing.
Tanjug reported after 17:00 CET that a firefight occurred in the village of Varage, near the northern Kosovo town of Zubin Potok, in which one KPS member was injured. According to this, there were no casualties among Serbs.
The news agency’s journalist at the scene quoted eyewitnesses as saying that the incident happened when two KPS vehicles entered the village and opened fire at four cars owned by local Serbs, which were parked on the road.
The circumstances of the shooting are not known.
After the incident, the police drove off towards southern, ethnic Albanian part of Kosovska Mitrovica and the village of Koutovo, which is mostly populated by ethnic Albanians.
Wednesday 27.07.2011 | 09:44
Night peaceful in north, complete withdrawal expected
Source: Beta, Tanjug
JARINJE — The night in Jarinje, northern Kosovo, went by peacefully; the KPS unit that was sent to the two checkpoints is yet to withdraw.
Several dozens of Serbs from the Leposavic municipality are at the administrative crossing, who decided to stay on the barricades the entire night, taught by the experience from Tuesday morning, when the KPS Rosu units withdrew and then again tried to take over the Brnjak administrative crossing.
Minister for Kosovo Goran Bogdanović and Belgrade Kosovo talks team chief Borislav Stefanović are at Jarinje this morning, waiting to meet once again with KFOR commander Erhard Buehler.
After more than 20 hours and the firm reaction of Belgrade and the international community, the agreement on the withdrawal of the Kosovo special units to Pritina was confirmed, says Tanjug.
Stefanović told the journalists on Tuesday that it had been agreed with Buehler that all roads in northern Kosovo should be unblocked and made free for traffic, and that members of the Kosovo police of Serb nationality should be deployed at the administrative checkpoints by Wednesday morning at the latest.
The Kosovo police unit took over the Brnjak administrative checkpoint late on Monday, withdrew on Tuesday morning, and a few hours later made another attempt to take over the crossing.
Thaci: EULEX did not support us
Prime Minister Hashim Thaçi declared in todays government meeting that EULEX is not showing any will to support Kosovo institutions. According to the head of the government, EULEX was notified for the action that was undertaken in the border, but refused to offer help.
This hesitation and the refusal are in full contrast with the role of this mission in Kosovo. In order to maintain our sovereign authority, and within our competences and international obligations, we will not allow our sovereignty to be eternally infringed, Thaci declared.
According to him, Kosovo will not be used as a transit country for Serbian goods, which contradicts EU and western principles.
USA: Kosovo government action, uncoordinated
„The operation carried out last night by the Kosovo authorities was not helpful. It was not done in consultation with the international community and the EU does not approve it,“ EU High Representative Deputy Spokesperson Maja Kocijancic told SETimes.
Kocijancic said it is essential to calm the situation and return the forces to where they were. EULEX, she said, stands ready to assist the Kosovo authorities.
Serbia: ‚Consistent Plan‘
Kosovo culture – culture animale – culture primitiv
ur weil sie mit einem serbischen BG Autokennzeichen durch Metohija gefahren sind.
Das ist doch ein Terrorpack. Evil or Very Mad
Auf dem Weg zwischen Djakovica und Decani im Westen des Kosovo wurde gestern auf zwei britische Staatsbürger geschossen, die in einem Wagen mit serbischen Nummernschildern gereist sind.
Medien im Kosovo haben gemeldet, dass es zum Vorfall gekommen ist, als die Briten, die auf der Durchreise waren, sich in einem gemieteten Wagen einer Kolonne albanischer Hochzeitsgäste angeschlossen haben. Wie angeführt wurde, haben Albaner sofort auf das Fahrzeug geschossen und es demoliert, als sie festgestellt haben, dass es Belgrader Nummernschilder hat.
In „Jale“, schiessen die Kosovaren Idioten auch wild herum in Süd -Albanien, betreiben „Etnische Säuberungen“, hulidgen Hitlers Gross Albanien, und vertreiben gezielt Touristen.
Kommentar: Bei Albaner kann man schnell Authorität erreichen, wenn man nicht ständig mit der Mafia Kontakt hat, sondern sich auf das Notwendigste beschränkt und wenn es der Premierminister ist. Offensichtlich hat die Authorität von General Bühler ausgereicht, um die Sache zubefrieden. Eindeutig haben die Amerikaner dazu augehetzt, wenn man aktuelle Statements wieder mal liesst, was bei dem Botschafter Christopher Dell nicht verwundern, der als Haupt Aufgabe sieht, die Drogen Verteil – und Geldwäsche Stelle für die Amerikaner, für dunkle Geschäfte zu sichern.
Albanische Medien bringen heute die wildesten Storys, natürlich das Hashim Thaci Schmieren Blatt: Gazetta Express, das es Scharfschützen gab und ein Polizist erschossen wurde.
e mërkurë, 27.07.2011 – 19:33
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Thursday 28.07.2011 | 20:32 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (9) | Send comment PRITINA — KFOR commander Erhard Buehler says NATO had declared two crossings on the administrative line between Kosovo and Serbia a restricted military area.