Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Pristina set on fire

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on September 11, 2016

in Featured News, News

InSerbiaNews – 11/9/16

BELGRADE – It is still unknown who set on fire the unfinished Temple of Christ the Savior in downtown Pristina. Office for KiM once again warns of the danger of growing Albanian extremism and chauvinism in the southern Serbian province.

Bishop of Raska and Prizren Teodosije strongly condemned the incident pointing that this is due to the refusal of Kosovo authorities and the police to set up permanent protection in front of the Temple of Christ the Savior, which was several times exposed to invasions and desecration.

This is the umpteenth time the Temple in the center of Pristina was desecrated, for which the Serbs in Kosovo have insisted for a long time to be finished, said for RTS Ljubomir Maric, Minister in the Kosovo Government.

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