Eparchial (Diocesan) News

News - March 23, 2004

  1. THE UPDATED LIST OF DESTROYED AND DAMAGED
    CHRISTIAN ORTHODOX SHRINES IN KOSOVO
    AFTER KRISTALLNACHT OF 17-18 MARCH 2004
  2. A CONVERSATION OF THE HOLY SYNOD
    WITH THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION DISASTER MINISTRY
  3. A CONVERSATION OF THE HOLY SYNOD
    WITH RODERICK MOORE USA CHARGES D AFFAIRS IN BELGRADE

Body Of Serb Woman Retrieved From Burned Prizren Seminary

A burned body has been found in the basement of the burned Sts. Cyril and Methodius Seminary in Prizren which was subsequently established to be that of a 30 year-old disabled Serb woman. Beta's correspondent reported that no one knew that the woman was in the basement of the seminary. Her body has been transferred to the city morgue. Radio KIM, which broadcasts a Serbian language program from Caglavica, reported that the body of 55 year-old Dragan Nedeljkovic was also found in the seminary. Previously Pristina TV KohaVision reported that members of the Kosovo Police Service pulled the burned body of a Serb man from Sts. Cyril and Methodius Seminary in Prizren.

One More Serbian Orthodox Church Destroyed In A Powerful Explosive Blast Near Prizren, Another Chapel In A Neighboring Serb Village Suspected To Be Mined Too

In Zivinjane village, about 10 km into the mixed, mostly Bosniak /Serb Zupa valley, unknown perpeterators completely destroyed an abandoned Serb church by means of a powerful explosive charge. Police were on the scene. It is suspected that an Orthodox chapel in the neighboring village of Drajcici (about 20 Serbs still living there) might be mined. Police and KFOR EOD are investigating.