Serbia qualifies situation in Kosovo as "high risk" | News

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Serbian Defense Minister Miloš Vučević said that the security situation in northern Kosovo and Metohija is "highly risky" due to unilateral, illegal and illegitimate decisions by the Kosovar administration.


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According to Miloš Vučević: "We could classify it that way, taking into account not only what happened the previous two days, especially Monday, but everything that happened weeks and months ago."

Meanwhile, dozens of Serb protesters have gathered again today in front of the Town Halls of the municipalities of Zvecan and Leposavic, in northern Kosovo, which are guarded by NATO soldiers, to demand the withdrawal of the mayors of the Albanian majority, whose authority they do not recognize.

Soldiers from KFOR, NATO's post-war mission and 1999 intervention, have reinforced metal barriers with razor wire in front of the Zvecan municipal facility.

In that town, there were clashes with violent demonstrators on Monday that left more than 80 injured, 30 of them soldiers.

Faced with the increase in tensions, NATO has announced that it will reinforce its mission in the coming days with 700 new soldiers in northern Kosovo.

Belgrade has announced that it "believes in political conversation, dialogue and political solution", which is why yesterday they met with the ambassadors of the countries of the region, as well as the ambassadors of China and Russia.

In turn, the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, blamed the Kosovar government for the current situation of tension in the north of the country.

"There is clearly a responsibility of the Kosovar authorities in the current situation and a lack of respect for an agreement that is important and was closed several weeks ago," he declared in Bratislava, after a meeting with the Slovak president, Zuzana Caputova.

Macron thus referred to a new plan promoted by France and Germany, under the mediation of the European Union, to normalize relations between Serbia and its former province of Kosovo, which in 2008 unilaterally declared its independence, which Belgrade still does not recognize.

Macron claimed that Pristina made a mistake by organizing elections last April in four municipalities where Serbs are in the majority, despite the fact that that community boycotted the process.

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