Protests took place in Strepci, a predominantly Serb town in southern Kosovo, where two Serbs, including a child, were injured in an armed attack on January 6, when Orthodox Christmas was being celebrated.
The demonstration, organized by the Serbian List, the largest political party of Kosovo Serbs, and attended by nearly two thousand people, was “We only want peace,” “Strepci is Serbia,” and “What’s wrong with our European country?”
And the head of the Serbian list, Goran Rakić, said in his speech here that they are going through a difficult time because of the policy of the Serbs to leave Kosovo, which is led by Prime Minister Albin Kurti, who runs the country.
Rakić said the Serbs should not give up and said, “The most powerful weapon we have to resist the regime of the anti-Serbian dictator led by Albin Kurti is our peaceful and democratic struggle. Believe me, if we come together, we will definitely win. There is no solution for us, we have to stay here and live, as our ancestors survived in These areas are in more difficult conditions.” Use his statements.
On the other hand, Dilibor Ceftic, Mayor of Strepci, noted that the protests have served to ensure peace and said: “Tough days have come. Today, on the second day of Christmas, when we are supposed to celebrate according to Orthodox traditions, we speak and protest for our children who They were shot because they brought a Christmas tree and they were shot just for being Serbian.” He said.
Kosovo Defense Minister Armind Mihaj reported that a member of the Kosovo Security Force was involved in an armed attack that took place in Strepce on the evening of the Orthodox Christmas celebration, and that he was detained by the Kosovo police.
The suspect’s detention period was extended another 30 days for “attempted murder” by the court.
The attack was also condemned by Kosovar President Fyuza Osmani, Prime Minister Albin Kurti and international representatives in the country.
Two people, including a child, were injured by moving vehicle fire on January 6, while celebrating Orthodox Christmas, in Strepci, where most Serbs live, in southern Kosovo.
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