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Yugoslav Army reservists ended the protests

Yugoslav Army reservists, who were blocking all the roads in vicinity of Kraljevo, ended their protests around 6 p.m. Friday, since they reached an agreement on the payment of allowances and wages, with Yugoslav Army representatives, Kraljevo TV reported, adding that the details of the agreement are not known.

Around 50 Yugoslav Army reservists protested on Friday in front of the Municipality in Pozarevac, demanding the payment of the war salaries. The protest ended when the promises came that the state would pay all the wages as soon as possible. According to the demonstrators, the similar protests take place in several units in the Branicevo County area.

Source: Free Serbia

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