Serbs in Kosovo were left without milk and Newspapers, rose bread, a media report said

© RIA Novostimoscow. Archival photoSerbs in Kosovo were left without milk and Newspapers, rose bread, a media report said© RIA Novosti

The Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija on Thursday had not received milk from Central Serbia and a daily newspaper due to the rise of the Kosovo Albanian authorities customs duties 100% on Serbian products.

The self-proclaimed government of the Republic of Kosovo entered on the Wednesday meeting of the customs fee in the amount of 100% of all products from Serbia, as well as banned for import all goods not marked according to the rules of the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo symbols.

The President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic after the meeting of the national security Council on Wednesday evening said that Belgrade will not respond to similar measures and called on Pristina to reverse its decision. According to Vucic, it is «about the actual ban on trade in the 21st century» that is «uncivilized and act irrational and unreasonable decision». He pointed out that problems arise with the supply of medicines to the Kosovo Serbs and investment projects of the Belgrade region.

«Outlets Kosovoska Mitrovica report that it is still possible to find milk at the old price, but we are talking about ending stocks. Yesterday at the border crossing points of the stuck trucks with Serbian dairy products manufacturers», — reports news portal Kossev.

It is noted that newsagents remained only the old printed editions. It is also reported that residents of the Kosovo village of Kacanik, known for its immigrants-Albanian extremists in the night from Wednesday to Thursday burned the collected Serbian products and filmed on video.

According to the national television of Serbia, bread in Kosovo and Metohija has risen by 30%, with the ingredients.

In 1999, armed confrontation between the Albanian separatists of the Kosovo Liberation army and the army and police of Serbia led to the bombing of Yugoslavia (then consisting of Serbia and Montenegro) NATO forces. In March 2004, Kosovo Albanians staged riots, which led to mass resettlement of Serbs from the province and the destruction of numerous monuments of their history and culture.

Kosovo Albanian structures in Pristina in February 2008 unilaterally declared independence from Serbia. The self-proclaimed Republic does not recognize Serbia, Russia, China, Israel, Iran, Spain, Greece and several other States.