In cooperation with the French Embassy in Pristina, the Eparchy of Raska and Prizren returned the monument to Serb soldiers who died in the Balkan Wars and the World War I to the same place at the Pristina cemetery from which it was previously moved, Radio Kim reported. Pročitaj više
The 1984 memorial plaque, which reads ‘Here lie the remains of Serb soldiers who died in the wars of 1912-18’, was moved at the beginning of November, while a memorial plaque to the French soldiers killed in Kosovo was placed at the same place.
The memorial plaque to Serb soldiers has been located at the Orthodox cemetery in Pristina, at the place where the grave of Serb soldiers killed in the World War I is situated.
As reported by Radio Kim, the new monument to the French soldiers who died in Kosovo was placed on the side and is located at the place where the one to the martyred Serb soldiers was previously moved.
The relocation of the monument to the martyred Serb soldiers caused numerous negative reactions in the Serbian public, and a petition was launched for its return to the central place of the memorial park at the Orthodox cemetery in Pristina, which was signed by more than 4,000 people.