Kosovo & Metohija: Ten Years After The ‘March Pogrom 2004’

It is now ten years after the “March Pogrom 2004” in Kosovo and Metohija against the local Serbs organized and done by Kosovo Albanians, led by the veterans from the Kosovo Liberation Army – the KLA and logistically supported by the NATO’s occupation troops in Kosovo and Metohija under the name of the Kosovo Forces – the KFOR.

In related news, Serbia’s Minister without portfolio for Kosovo-Metohija Aleksandar Vulin has been banned from attending a memorial service for slain Kosovo Serbs that will be held at the St. Nicholas Church in Pristina to mark the tenth anniversary of the March Pogrom, the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija said on Sunday.

“The latest ban shows that Pristina wants to impose a ban on reminding the world of the unpunished atrocities and crimes against the Serbs,” the office said in a statement.

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