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Saturday, 19 February 2011
17 February 2011, 22:16h  | Lj. Jakšić - Vesti

Wenceslas Square, Prague: Young Czechs display the banner that reads in English: "Sale - liver, kidneys, lungs, heart - contact Hashim Thaci, Photo: www.kosovoonline.cz
Wenceslas Square, Prague:
Young Czechs display
the banner that reads
in English:
"For Sale - liver, kidneys,
lungs, heart - contact
Hashim Thaci,
Photo: www.kosovoonline.cz
On the main Prague's square, Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí), which is one of the largest in Europe, a group of young Czechs have displayed the banner that reads in English: "For Sale - liver, kidneys, lungs, heart - contact Hashim Thaci.

One of the participants in the protests was the director Václav Dvořák

In this way the young citizens of Prague wanted, with a noticeable touch of irony, to support the Kosovo Serbs on the occasion of the protest gathering organized by "Civil Society Friends of Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija", and to draw the attention to thousands of tourists from all around the world in the center of Prague, where they spend most of their visits of the capital of the Czech Republic.
 
Not far from this "advertisement" members of the Association and numerous supporters of the struggle of the Serbs to preserve their values in Kosovo and Serbian lands on its southern end in a series of appearances pointed out that the gathering has been organized to mark the third anniversary of the illegal, unilaterally, declared Kosovo's independence and in doing so once again, to urge citizens of their country more and more frequently than ever to support Serbian struggle.
 
 Czechs protest against Kosovo independence, Photo: www.kosovoonline.cz
 Czechs protest against
Kosovo independence,
Photo: www.kosovoonline.cz  


At the meeting spoke Belgrade politician Marina Ragus, as a guest. She welcomed the participants of the meeting and the most of her appearances was devoted to the fact that slow, but welcome the truth of the events in Kosovo becomes visible.

"What is Dick Marty stated, Serbia says more than a decade, but no one listened to us, or want to check," she said.

Marina Raguš, therefore, thanked to Dick Marty, the famous European politician and a Swiss lawyer, which despite all the pressures did not flinch and called upon the relevant European institutions to take further proceedings to provide security to witnesses. Without that justice would be difficult to reach criminals which, instead of punishment, now carrying out "independent Kosovo".

Among others, at the rally also spoke film director Václav Dvořák, who filmed a documentary called "Stolen Kosovo" in 2008 which received full attention and sympathy of ordinary people in the Czech Republic, but also was faced with the inexplicable hesitation of state television to broadcast his documented accomplishment to the public.

This reluctance was "justified" due to the wish of the editorial board that in addition of the supposedly "proserbian film" should be taken another documentary that appears to defend the Albanians!

Participants of the meeting were informed that the Association invited dozens of Serbian boys and girls to spend part of their holidays in the Czech Republic, in order to provide at least a few days of true freedom to young people, it was said.

Source: http://www.vesti-online.com/Vesti/Svet/117999/Cesi-protestovali-protiv-nezavisnosti-Kosova
 
 
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