Protests in the North – calls for the creation of a Association, Serbian officials do not forget to praise Milan Radoicic
A Serb protest was held in the north of Mitrovica against the government’s decision on number plates. The protest was addressed by the President of Lista Srpska, Goran Rakić, and his deputy Igor Simic.
The leader of Lista Srpska, Goran Rakić, called for the creation of a Association of Serb majority municipalities.
He added that “the day we decided to leave Kosovo’s institutions, we made it clear that the solution to the problem lies in dialogue for a better life for Serbs, Albanians, Bosniaks, Gorans, Roma and others”.
“Yesterday we resigned, today we are returning their mandate, since you chose us and not Prishtina”, said Rakiq.
There is no going back, he added.
“Albin Kurti, Vjosa Osmani and other leaders have already said ten times that the Brussels agreements do not exist for them and that there will be no Association of Serbian Municipalities. We will continue to fight for what is written in the Brussels agreements, such as the creation of the Association of Serbian Municipalities by fulfilling all the conditions as signed in Brussels. We greet President Aleksandar Vučić and our country Serbia. We will not back down and from here there is no turning back,” Rakic said.
Vice-President Igor Simic said they are fighting for peace and stability for all citizens without distinction.
“We are fighting for peace, for stability. “For Serbs and Albanians, for Bosniaks, Goranians and all others,” he said in front of Kosovo Serb citizens,” said Simic.
He also referred to a statement by Prime Minister Aljbin Kurti, who said that there are no Serb municipalities in Kosovo, but there are municipalities with a Serb majority.
“A few days ago, Kurti said that there are no Serb municipalities in Kosovo, now there are no Pristina institutions in the north of Kosovo. In the end, I want to emphasize that the burden of this battle for the Serbian people belongs to the person who probably has the biggest burden for several years, only because he loves and protects the Serbian people and also loves his own country – Serbia, and for this I invite you for a supportive round of applause for the greatest patriot, who did not succumb to pressure, our brother Milan Radoiciq”, said Simić.
Judge Lilijana Stevanovic also spoke at the protest. She said that Serbian judges and prosecutors had left Kosovo’s judiciary.
“We have unanimously decided to leave the judicial system and join everyone in this struggle. Our decision is clear. I think we are the best ambassadors of the Serbian justice system”, said Stevanovic.
Former Kosovo police commander in the north Nenad Đurić, who was removed from his post for failing to implement the Kosovo government’s decision on number plates, said he had no other country and wanted to “plant the most beautiful flowers on his country and spread the wind of peace all over the world.”
Former Mayor of North Mitrovica Milan Radojevic thanked all those gathered and said that a message of “peace” had been sent./Telegrafi/