Government official denied entry to Kosovo

State Secretary for Energy Dejan Popović and head of the Kolubara mining company Milorad Grčić were not allowed to enter Kosovo on Thursday.

Source: Tanjug

They were stopped the Merdare administrative like crossing, allegedly for procedural reasons, the Ministry of Energy has told Tanjug.

Head of Površnski Kopovi Kosovo Srđa Kovačević, who entered the territory a little while before Popović and Grčić arrived at the crossing, was sent back later, the ministry stated.

The humanitarian aid they were carrying, consisting of "food, coal and computers," that was to be delivered to various institutions " will still be transported to Kosovo," the ministry said.

The food will be delivered to the Collective Center in Gnjilane, around 100 tons of coal to the Collective Center in Štrpce, and the computers will go to the Electrical Engineering School in Sušica.


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