Pristina, 29 October 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
The head of the Office for Kosovo at the Serb Government, Marko Djuric, says that with the decision to take the agreement on the Association of Serb Communes to the Constitutional Court, authorities in Pristina are trying to prevent this process.
In a press conference delivered today, Djuric said that the normalization of relations with Pristina will be impossible of the Brussels Agreements are not respected.
Djuric said that as of 1 November, Pristina has planned on not allowing the entry of cars with Serb registration plates into the country and instead of ID cards, introduce a laissez passer document.
Djuric said that Serbia cannot keep quiet in front of this. According to him, there are many aspects of the Brussels Agreement that the Albanian side has not implemented.
As far as the “Peace Park” is concerned, the barricade over Iber River Bridge in Mitrovica, he said that there is no progress. /ibna/