Serb deputy PM in Kosovo, criticism over the arrest for war crimes

Serb deputy PM in Kosovo, criticism over the arrest for war crimes

Pristina, February 27, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Departing Serbian deputy prime minister, Aleksandar Vucic has launched criticism from Kosovo today for the recent arrests of several Serbs on counts of war crimes.

Speaking in Leposavic in Kosovo, a population mainly dominated by Serbs, Mr. Vucic criticized EULEX and justice institutions of Kosovo for the arrest of Serbs after nearly 15 years.

“They have done and will do everything. The imprisonment of our people after 12 or 15 years for war crimes shows that someone is scared of the strength and unification of the Serbs. Our response must be strong and powerful”, said Vucic.

Speaking in front of a number of citizens in Leposavic, Mr. Vucic said that it’s clear that Serbs in Kosovo are sad and assures them that all Serbs in Kosovo are and must feel safe in their properties.

“We must improve many things. Don’t you worry. I guarantee you that nobody will threaten you and your children here in Kosovo and I don’t say this only to you who live in the north of Kosovo, but also to the Serbs living in Priluzhe, Plemetin, Gorazdec, Hoce, from Gracanica to Anamorava”, said Vucic. /ibna/