PRISTINA, BELGRADE, 15. MARCH 2017 _ The government in Pristina has decided to register all immovable property previously registered to the former Yugoslavia, Serbia and ex administrative Kosovo province in the framevork of Yugoslavia to current Kosovo authorities. Serbian government discussed the Pristina move and the head of the Serbian government’s Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Marko Djuric, met with political representatives of Serbs from Kosovo in Belgrade. Djuric will speak with Serb members of the provincial government, mayors from ten municipalities with a Serb majority, and representatives of the Serb (Srpska) List. The participants are expected to address reporters after the meeting. According to the website of the Kosovo government, based on a government decision signed by its head, Isa Mustafa, all immovable property registered to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRJ) – that is, the Republic of Serbia and the former Autonomous Province (AP) of Kosovo – is being registered to “the Republic of Kosovo” as the owner.