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Serbia’s plan, ‘colonization’ of Kosovo with over 20 thousand Serbs

Office plan for Kosovo in the Serbian government, according to its deputy Dusan Kozarev, envisions building 10 to 15 new settlements in the north and south, which will be located on 20 thousand Serbs from Serbia. Such a settlement began in Zvecan, close neighborhood “imply,”.The opposition calls the colonization of Kosovo

The Serbian government has planned to relocate in Kosovo on 20 thousand Serbs from Serbia through a project for the construction of new settlements in the north of Kosovo, but also in the south.

Office plan for Kosovo in the Serbian government, according to its deputy Dusan Kozarev, envisions building 10 to 15 new settlements in the north and south, which will be located on 20 thousand Serbs from Serbia. Such a settlement began in Zvecan, close neighborhood “imply,”.

Dusan Kozarev, deputy director of the Office for Kosovo in the Serbian government, told Serbian media that is held the first meeting of the regional group that has taken the initiative for the permanent solution of displaced persons from Kosovo, to discuss the format and method of return of Serbs in Kosovo, who have been moved to different parts of Serbia.

According Kozarevit, the current way of return of Serbs to Kosovo has not achieved the desired effects.

“Our plan is to be organized in the future return through settlements, while the first would be ‘Sun Valley’, which will be built in Zvecan, in northern Kosovo. We will build new settlements throughout Kosovo and see whether you can return from one thousand to 1,500 people in each residence and live there with dignity. This should be implemented in 15 other countries in Kosovo. See what funds will be able to build settlements, “said Kozarev. / Voice /

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