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Russian humanitarian convoy blocked at Kosovo border — RT

Russian humanitarian convoy blocked at Kosovo border — RT


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Russian humanitarian convoy blocked at Kosovo border

Published: 13 December, 2011, 23:05

Jarinje: KFOR soldiers stand guard at Jarinje border crossing between Serbia and Kosovo. (AFP Photo / Sasa Djordjevic)

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A Russian truck convoy carrying humanitarian aid for Kosovo’s Serbian population is now heading back to Russia after daylong negotiations between Russia and EULEX proved fruitless.

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The Russian convoy consisting of 25 trucks with humanitarian aid including power-plants, blankets, food supplies, furniture and other necessities had been heading for Mitrovica, the largest city in Kosovo’s Serb-dominated north. Two trucks were able to enter Kosovo through the Jarinje border checkpoint but the rest were not allowed through by the EULEX police in charge of the post.

EULEX said it wanted to escort the convoy on its way to Mitrovica, but Russia said the region was safe and there was no reason for EULEX to accompany its trucks. Kosovo Serbs did not want to let EULEX police through as they saw it as an opportunity for Kosovo customs officials to sneak into their region. EULEX also said Russia could use another checkpoint at Merdare. However, Russia refused this offer because the checkpoint is under Kosovo control, a country Russia does not recognize.

The Russian ambassador to Serbia, as well as Russian Emergency Ministry officials and diplomats arrived at the scene to negotiate with EULEX. The talks took place in a roadside café and in a nearby meadow. However, at the end the day, they were to no avail and the remaining 23 trucks are now heading back to Russia according to the latest reports for RT’s Igor Ogorodnev.

In November 20,000 Kosovo Serbs signed a petition asking for Russian citizenship. The Russian Foreign Ministry rejected their demand but said Russia would help the Serbian population of Northern Kosovo with humanitarian aid.

Northern Kosovo has seen a surge in violence this year after the government of Kosovo tried to enforce its trade embargo with Serbia. Some Kosovo Serbs launched an attack on customs checkpoints set up by the Kosovo administration, resulting in NATO and EULEX becoming involved. Since the summer the local Serbian population has set up barricades to prevent international peacekeepers from using the main roads in the region.

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Milan December 14, 2011, 00:41
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Please call it Kosovo and Metohia. It's a full name of Serbian province. That what you call "border" is administrative crossing between central Serbia and autonomy province of Kosovo and Metohia.



Filip December 13, 2011, 23:58
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Is it possible that EULEX/NATO thinks that Russia is not match for them?

Boshko Buha December 13, 2011, 23:53
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So NATO and EULEX became involved as a result of the Serbs "launching an attack"?? Terrible reporting. Why do you repeat Western lies? Are there any Russians here?

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