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OPENING OF THE BELGRADE BOOK FAIR


October 23, 2011. / Glas Srbije  / Voice of Serbia

The 56th International Belgrade Book Fair, being held under the slogan "Books connecting people", will be opened at tonight’s ceremony, by Serbian writer Svetislav Basara and Mija Koto from Mozambique, one of the most prominent African writers of the Portuguese language that is this year’s guest of honor. The Fair featuring more than 800 publishers from Serbia and abroad will last until October 30.

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PEACEFUL IN NORTHERN KOSMET, BARRICADES NOT BEING REMOVED

October 23, 2011

It was peaceful in the north of Kosovo last night. The Serbs are still on the barricades on the roads, and KFOR did not engage in any activities, except for the occasional movement of soldiers towards the barricade in village Zupce in Ibarski Kolasin. Despite the cold and rainy weather, Serbs gather in large numbers on the barricades, and when sirens sound, everyone who can goes to Jagnjenica and Zupce.

Along the barricades, made of logs and trucks loaded with soil, sand and wood, the Serbs have lit the fire. The meeting of presidents of the four Serb municipalities in northern Kosovo with KFOR and EULEX officials, ended yesterday in Kosovska Mitrovica without any specific agreement, but to continue talks.

President of Municipality Zvecan Dragisa Milovic said that KFOR commander Erhard Drews and EULEX Head Xavier de Marnhac were informed that the problem of freedom of movement of the international missions’ members can easily be solved if EULEX stops assisting in bringing the customs and border police officers from Pristina to administrative crossings Jarinje and Brnjak. Since Wednesday, KFOR have tried in several actions to remove barricades in northern Kosovo which the Serbs opposed.



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