Pristina: Serbia continues colonisation in Kosovo’s north

Pristina: Serbia continues colonisation in Kosovo’s north

Pristina: Serbia continues colonisation in Kosovo’s north Izvor: AFP/RENE GOMOLJ

Commenting on the continuation of building houses in the returnees’ settlement “Sunny Valley,” Kosovo’s Deputy Prime Minister Enver Hoxhaj said on Monday that the projects of colonisation are dangerous and aim at changing the ethnic structure in the north, the Pristina Zeri daily reported.

The works in the settlement started in mid-2016, with 300 residential units plus 100 objects including the post office, school, kindergarten and church planned to be built.

“Serbia continues with the colonisation projects which change the ethnic breakdown in Kosovo’s north. Those dangerous activities create tension, instability and ethnic conflict. The European Union must punish and stop them,” Hoxhaj said.

The project near the northern town of Zvecan is worth 14 million Euros, and Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic has said that people will be able to move in into more than a half of the housing space on June 28.

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