Monday, August 22, 2005

Kosovo: Road linking Serb, Albanian villages inaugurated

Prishtina [Pristina], 22 August: Construction of the road that links Serb and Albanian villages is an indicator that great work can be done only together, the commander of the Kosova [Kosovo] Protection Corps (KPC [TMK in Albanian]), Lt-Gen Agim Ceku, said on Saturday [20 August] at the inaugural ceremony.

The eight-kilometre-long road links the Serb villages Kolloleq and Carakoc with Albanian villages of Dajkoc and Mucivrca. The project for asphalting of the road was funded by USAID [United States Agency for International Development], and implemented by Mercy Corps, whereas US Kfor [Kosovo Force], KPC and Kamenica municipality were engaged in executing the works.

On this occasion the US government through the US Kfor has donated a bulldozer and excavator to the KPC Zone IV.

Source: KosovaLive web site, Pristina, in English 22 Aug 05

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Anonymous said...

Another achievement for KPC. If I remember right from my stay in the area, KPC units around Kamenica have Serb members as well. It's great that KPC of all places and people in Kosovo is spearheading the inter-ethnic reconciliation. This is proof that if given the chance, Albanians and Serbs can live and work together.

Jeff said...

The KPC does have Serb members, as well as a few Roma members. Also about a month ago the KPC also completed a project in a Serbian village in the Viti municipality. Again, it was a majority Albanian (but multi-ethnic) KPC doing a project in a Serb village. Good news doesn't get much press though.

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Anonymous said...

for JEFF..........yes indeed the KPC has Serb members and one of the Kosovar Serb members who spoke at the inaugaration said that this road was a lot better than the whole of the Serbian Army did whilst it was in Kosovo........