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Two volonteers from the NGO Play International, cross the bridge over the Iber river, dividing the town of Mitroviça in two, by foot. In the south, the Albanian side, and in the north, the Serbian side. a A car registered in Kosovo can't cross to north, to avoid the problems ...
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Born in Gračanica, a Serbian town on the outside of Prishtinë, Bojan studied at Mitroviça Nord because he did not speak Albanian (a language used at Prishtina University). The biggest difficulty in re-creating a link between different communities, beyond history, is also the language. Last year, a meeting was held between children from Mitroviça Nord (Serbian side) and South (Albanian side), which went well. But beyond these two communities, it is also the minorities (Roma, Ashgalis, Egyptian, Turkish) that must be integrated. That day, in Mitroviça, the children were Serbs, Roma and Egyptians and played without restraint together ...
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Alen is 10 years old, lives in North Mitroviça, is Serbian, and what he loves above all is play with his friends and other children. In addition to sport in school, he participates in activities organized by the NGO and would like to become a volunteer later to bring to other children what the organization has transmitted to him.
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Even the basket is at the colors of the Serbian flag.