Djuric accuses authorities in Prishtina of banning his visit to Kosovo

Marko Djuric, head of the Serbian government’s office for Kosovo, accused authorities in Prishtina of not allowing him to enter Kosovo visit the village of Leshak in the north where he said he was supposed to deliver aid to the Serb population.

Djuric is reported to have said in a press conference that his visit was announced in accordance with the agreement between Belgrade and Prishtina.

He also said President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic will meet representatives of the Serbian List and Serb institutional leaders in Kosovo to discuss the future course of action.