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Part of Opposition Calls for Protest Against French-German Agreement on Kosovo

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News / Politics | 15.03.23 | access_time 17:51

Opposition, Bosko Obaradovic (BETAPHOTO/AMIR HAMZAGIC)

The president of the Dveri (Doors) Movement, Bosko Obradovic, of the New Democratic Party, Milos Jovanovic, of the Oath Keepers, Milica Djurdjevic Stamenkovski, and of the Movement for the Revival of the Kingdom of Serbia, Vojislav Mihailovic, invited on March 15 their parties’ sympathizers and the people of Serbia to join “the great national rally” that will be held in front of the Church of St. Sava and of the Presidency on March 17, against the French-German, i.e. the EU’s agreement on Kosovo.

Speaking at a news conference in front of the Church of St. Sava, Obradovic stated that the gathering on March 17 at 6:00 p.m., titled “Serbia Remembers, Guards and Shall Not Cede!” would also mark “the anniversary of the March 2004 pogrom against the Serbs [in Kosovo] and 24 years since the start of NATO’s bombing of Serbia.”

He stated that it had come to their knowledge that “the authorities intend to infiltrate provocateurs and try to cause incidents,” and pointed out that “the current authorities will be responsible for every incident.” Obradovic also said that, besides the police, the protest rally and march would be secured by the party’s “stewards.”

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