Source Pravda.Ru

Serb Journalists Denied Entry Into Pristina

The group of Serb reporters accompanying future Kosovo parliament members from the Serb coalition Return on a trip to Pristina have not been let outside the Pristina airport by local police. The chief of the Pristina airport police puts this down to security reasons. According to reports from Pristina, the Serb MPs have refused to visit the future Kosovo parliament's building to protest the measure and demanded that they be sent back to Belgrade. The Return coalition members, accompanied by twenty Serb pressmen, set out to the Kosovar capital Monday morning to familiarize themselves with their future working conditions, particularly with the parliament premises. It is the first trip to Kosovo by a Belgrade Serb delegation as large as this following armed clashes in this Yugoslav province.

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