Site Profiles: Interviewee Areas of Kosovo
Obilic/ Obiliq & Vučitrn/ Vushtrri Municipality: Plemetina Village, Plemetina Camp, Crkvena Vodica and Prilu�je
lies in Vučitrn/
population has complete freedom of movement as far south as the Plemetina Camp.
After, they have none. The secondary road through Prilu�je that leads to
Mitrovica cannot be safely used past northern Prilu�je.
Kosovo Polje- Mitrovica/ Zvecan train runs through Prilu�je twice a day. UNMIK
buses run several times a week to Plemetina, Obilić town and Gracanica.
Economy & Infrastructure
has one restaurant (that often runs out of food) and a few private homes that
have been converted into cafes/ bars. There are a few hairdressers� salons, a
ill-stocked pharmacy, and several shack-shops that sell beer, cigarettes, coffee
and other items. Produce is produced and sold locally. Prilu�je also has a
cultural center and radio station.
hosts a non-operating textile mill. Most
of Prilu�je�s inhabitants worked for KEK before June of 1999. After, they
were all fired.
is 80- 90% unemployed. The Roma are almost all unemployed.
service has been disconnected by PTK for non-payment. Like Plemetina, Prilu�je
is not within Mobtel�s mobile coverage reach. Alcatel phone numbers and
credits are too expensive for most villagers.
is better in Prilu�je than
has a primary and secondary school. A medical secondary school has many students
from Plemetina. Most Serbs have completed secondary school.
has between 3000-3300 Serbs. Roughly 500 are IDPs.
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