The statement states that a search was carried out at the Vaccination Department, the COVID Department and the Department of Surgery, which caused anxiety among the employees of the health centre.
Inspectors made a report, which states that they did not find vaccines, and the director of the health centre was warned that possession of "illegally acquired vaccines" is a criminal offence.
There is no administrative or political excuse to justify Pristina's inhumane behaviour, especially given that this is not the first attempt to prevent adequate and timely protection and treatment of members of the Serb people in Kosovo.
During the entire epidemic, the Republic of Serbia and the Office for Kosovo-Metohija took non-discriminatory measures in order to protect people's health and lives, without making any distinctions on national or religious grounds, and that is the only correct and civilized way to face the common threat.
The Office for Kosovo-Metohija will inform the competent international instances about Pristina's anti-civilization actions through all available channels, because political interests and reasons cannot and must not be an obstacle to the realization of the basic human rights of Serbs in Kosovo.
Serbia is conducting a mass vaccination against coronavirus, and our citizens living in the southern province are already exercising the right to the vaccine, it is added in the announcement.