Serb mayors from Northern Kosovo urged Serbs not to take Pristina documents

Northern Kosovo town mayors and Kosovska Mitrovica District Head Radenko Nedeljković have urged Serbs not to take Kosovo license plates and personal documents.

They said most that it was not enough that almost 100 percent of citizens voted against the Priština institutions in a recently held referendum and that it was necessary to renounce their money too.

The four town mayors called on Serbs outside Kosovo “not to sell Serbian national interests for EUR 45”, which is how much they get from the Kosovo budget, according to them.

“The agreements that Belgrade team chief Borislav Stefanović reached in Brussels have made life harder for the Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija, especially the Agreement on Freedom of Movement which envisages changing their citizenship to ‘Kosovar’,” noted Zubin Potok Mayor Slaviša Ristić.

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