Office for Kosovo and Metohija: Serbian Post Office branch in Ugljare burglarized

Obijena Pošta u Ugljaru
Source: Kancelarija za KiM

The Office for Kosovo and Metohija stated that last night in Ugljare, near Kosovo Polje, the Post Office of Serbia branch had been burglarized, robbed, and vandalized as a direct consequence of Albin Kurti's decision to abolish the dinar in Kosovo and Metohija, depriving Serbs of any form of normal life.

"Extremists removed the surveillance cameras from the Post Office, stole the cash register, and vandalized the premises of this institution, overturning tables, cabinets, and breaking doors," the statement reads.

The Office for Kosovo and Metohija has been warning the entire international community for over a month about all the consequences and dangers of Kurti's decision to abolish the Serbian dinar in the province.

"Every anti-Serb decision and move by Kurti is a direct signal to extremists to embark on a hunt and attack against everything Serbian, further emboldened by the fact that they will neither be arrested nor prosecuted, so besides schools, clinics, kindergartens, and Serbian homes, now it's the Post Offices turn," the statement says.

They added that the spiral of violence directed by the regime in Pristina and carried out against the Serbian people must be a wake-up call for the international community to take decisive steps to protect both the Serbian people and Serbian property.