“Barricades still represent problem”

The Brnjak and Jarinje administrative crossings are open for traffic but EULEX still does not have full freedom of movement in northern Kosovo, EULEX says.

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  1. I can GUARANTEE you that EULEX will stick to its agreement, but I await to see your Albanian police or customs take up positions. So far my predictions have been right
    (Comm. Parrisson, 18 February 2012 17:08)

    where is your GUARANTEE my friend :)
    (icj1, 25 February 2012 16:10)

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  2. But EULEX promised to KSerbs not to transport "Kosovo" customs officers and police. How did they get there? Did EULEX lie?
    (aaayyy, 25 February 2012 12:07)

    I've said that for a long time dear that the "agreement" was just for the purposes of making some Serbs feel happy that they achieved something LOL
    (icj1, 25 February 2012 16:04)

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  3. Did EULEX lie?
    (aaayyy, 25 February 2012 12:07)

    Did the Serbian media lie? [link]
    (bbbzzz, 25 February 2012 13:12)

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  4. But EULEX promised to KSerbs not to transport "Kosovo" customs officers and police. How did they get there? Did EULEX lie?
    (aaayyy, 25 February 2012 12:07)

    They are getting there on their own, without anybodies help and will remain there for ever.
    (ardi asllani, 25 February 2012 13:12)

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  5. But EULEX promised to KSerbs not to transport "Kosovo" customs officers and police. How did they get there? Did EULEX lie?
    (aaayyy, 25 February 2012 12:07)
    Or maybe you rely too much on sources that say what they think you want to hear and not so much what is true.
    (a New Day, 25 February 2012 12:56)

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  6. “The barricades are still a problem. EULEX customs officers and police who have executive authority are at the Brnjak and Jarinje crossings and Kosovo customs officers and police are also there,” she noted.
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    But EULEX promised to KSerbs not to transport "Kosovo" customs officers and police. How did they get there? Did EULEX lie?
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