Zdravo to everyone and welcome to my page! My nickname here is SRB-HawkEye-. Not much history behind it, I picked it randomly and I liked it. About me: I live in the greatest country on Balkan- Serbia, old and beautiful country with rich history! I'm studying to be an electrical engineer and it's really tough (sometimes boring) job. I have several hobbies, but history, languages and games are the hobbies that I enjoy really much. It really gets me relaxed (relaxation is very important in everyone's lives) and BTW I'm not geek! :) About modding, after two years on this site (actually the celebration of 2 years on this site comes at 13th August) I didn't learn too much, but also I learnt some basics about texturing, modeling and similar things. I didn't started any projects, but I have few in my mind. Actually I wrote a part of the story for one project, but still I didn't realized it. Too many ideas, but yet so little time.
Posted by SRB-HawkEye- on Oct 24th, 2011
Thursday, 20th October 2011:
In Yagnyenica (Jagnjenica), KFOR troops were partially removed the barricades, early in the morning. KFOR removed one of the three trucks with which the Serbs block the passage to Brnyak (Brnjak) and used the tear gas to force the crowd to disperse. Dozens of people requested medical help because of that.
Serbs were sitting on the road, with turned back to KFOR, ignoring their warning to leave the KFOR Security Zone, willing to use the force (live ammo like last time). Serbs told that they are not afraid by their threats and required that those convoys must return to their bases.
Throughout the night and early this morning, in Zubin Potok, on several occasions it could be possible to hear the alarm siren, which invited people to the barricades.
Strong KFOR forces began, at midnight, to regroup in their bases, followed by at least two convoys, headed for the crossing Brnjak. A convoy of dozens of KFOR vehicles, including dozers, came in from the direction of Kosovska Mitrovica and Pristina, were stationed near the village of Zupche in the municipality of Zubin Potok. Second convoy was positioned near the village Jagnjenica where the KFOR removed a part of the barricade. The road in Zupca was blocked with trucks, and near Jagnjenica with woods and soil.
02:45 - The people of the municipality of Zubin Potok gathered on the barricades.
03:57 - KFOR convoy reached the barricades zupce (Zupche) and Jagnjenica.
07.30 - barricade at the crossing Brnjak occupied by the French KFOR troops, so they expand the security zone around the base of the crossing. The Jarinje calm.
09:35 - Serbs reinforce the barricade Jagnjenica putting the trucks loaded with logs.
10:48 - KFOR urged Serbs in Jagnjenica to disperse and warned that he would use force. Again used tear gas.
12:37 - EULEX has announced that detained and then released several Serbs in transition Brnjak.
12:57 - German KFOR soldiers were stretched after 12 hours behind the barbed wire barricades that are set in the village of Zubin Potok Jagnjenica.
One Serbian was killed and two were injured when one Albanian citizen, armed with automatic rifle, shot on them, near the town of Peć (Petj). He was buried yesterday. He is the 1001 victim of Albanian hostility.
Another one Albanian citizen, driving the dozer, attempted to move from the southern to the northern part of Mitrovica and remove barricades, set on the side of the bridge.
Serbs distributed leaflets to KFOR where is written:
Russian brothers had donate some valuable supplies to our people on the barricades:
Flour: 3250 kilograms in the value of 1040 euros;
Sugar: 130 packages of 5kg in the value of 585 euros;
Raincoats: 100 pieces in the value of 600 euros;
Food and stove for members at the HQ of Serbian National Movement "SNP 1389" in value of 255 euros;
Winter clothes and clothes for rain for members of "SNP 1385" in value of 140 euros;
KFOR ON THE BARRICADES 25th October 2011:
That's all for now. The situation is really critical. Our politicians obeying the commands from the West, ignoring the call in help from the Serbs on Kosovo. The president of Republic Serbia, Boris Tadic are calling on peace and restraint while his people is getting killed in ambushes, choking by the tear gas, living in pain because of the gun-wounds, etc.
Tha't all... For now...