Norway looks after Serbs in Kosovo

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Photo: Pudelek / Wikipedia

BELGRADE – Norway is helping the Serbs in Kosovo maintain their faith and traditions, the Norwegian Embassy in Belgrade said in a release on the Day of St. Sava, the first Archbishop of the autocephalous Serbian Church.

Photo: Pudelek / Wikipedia
Photo: Pudelek / Wikipedia

The Norwegian government has been helping the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) in Kosovo for a number of years now, including in projects at the Decani and Draganac monasteries, the church in Laplje Selo, and the SPC Seminary in Prizren, and has been assisting families returning to their homes in Kosovo, the Embassy said in a release.

The students of the Prizren Seminary from 1871 will this year open a new sports hall and get a new heating system, the release said, adding that the reconstruction of the seminary started in 2009 with Norwegian support.

The embassy cited Father Nifont of the Decani Monastery as saying that the Norwegian government “has been wholeheartedly assisting families returning to their homes after the war in Kosovo 1998-1999,” and “part of the support was channeled through the monastery.”

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