Serbia Against Violence coalition representatives visit Kosovo

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Ahead of the December 17 early parliamentary elections, representatives of the Serbia Against Violence election ticket visited on Monday the town of Gracanica, Kosovo.

Miroslav Aleksic, who heads the coalition’s election ticket, addressed the public in Gracanica saying that the Serbia Against Violence coalition is against the adoption of the Franco-German plan for Kosovo.

He said the people in Kosovo should know that on December 17 they will be choosing a government that will decide on Serbia’s future.

He accused the incumbent Serbian government of handing to the Kosovo authorities, “on a plate,” the police, judiciary, the energy and telecommunications systems and putting the Kosovo Serbs in a very difficult position, Radio Kim reported.

Aleksic said the Community of Serb Municipalities (CSM) has become pointless.

“The CSM should have been formed much earlier, when the Brussels Agreement was signed, when that made sense. Right now, it seems that the CSM is just throwing dust in the eyes, making it look as if the Serbs are getting something, but essentially we will get nothing. Everything needs to be reset and put back on the table,” said Aleksic.

Serbia Against Violence candidate for MP Srdjan Milivojevic said in Gracanica that Serbs living in Kosovo are exposed to both Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic’s and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti’s terror.

He said Vucic has done more to help the creation of greater Albania than all the commanders of the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army together, reported Radio Kim.

“This is a man who will never admit that he has already recognized Kosovo’s independence. Serbian Parliament MPs never received the content of the Franco-German plan that is being talked about and we don’t know what Vucic signed and where he got the constitutional powers to sign anything,” said Milivojevic.

He added that the opposition in the Serbian Parliament has requested the formation of an inquiry committee that would investigate all facts and circumstances surrounding the September 24 incident in the village of Banjska, Kosovo.

“We never shed light on everything that happened there, the Parliament never discussed it,” Milovojevic said, adding that this incident put the Kosovo Serbs in a difficult position.

The Belgrade-backed Serb List said Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti continues to fully support (Party of Freedom and Justice leader) Dragan Djilas in the coming elections.

“To this end he organized today the unhindered arrival of Djilas’ pals, Srdjan Milivojevic, Miroslav Aleksic, Aleksandar ‘Cuta’ Jovanovic and others, to Kosovo, with the aim to cause divisions among the Serbs here,” said the Serb List.

Party of Freedom and Justice is a member of the Serbia Against Violence coalition.