June 19, 2012 | 15:41
Serbs seek freedom of movement and compensation of damages
ZUBIIN POTOK — Serb living close to the administrative checkpoint of Brnjak in northern Kosovo have submitted a request seeking urgent restoration of freedom of movement.
KFOR members and Serbs are seen at Brnjak last weekend (Tanjug)
The demand was sent to the NATO troops in the province, KFOR. The roads in question lead to their homes.
In addition, the villagers are asking to be compensated for the damages caused when KFOR members on Saturday routed and destroyed an alternative road that local Serbs used to reach central Serbia.
This was the result of a meeting held at the municipal building in Zubin Potok on Tuesday.
The meeting was attended by representatives of the Banja village, local self-administration officials and members of KFOR’s liaison team.
Zubin Potok Deputy Mayor Srđan Đurović told reporters that…
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