Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said that her country is studying the redeployment of its security forces in Kosovo and that it has the right to do so.
In response to the increased presence of the Kosovo police in the north of the country, Brnabic said: “We are on the verge of entering into an armed conflict due to the movements of Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti.” He said.
Pointing out that Serbia has the right to deploy security forces in Kosovo in accordance with UN Security Council Resolution 1244, Brnabic said, “Serbia will act in accordance with the said resolution. I hope that countries that demand respect for all Security Council resolutions will support us.” He said.
On the other hand, Petar Petkovic, director of the Kosovo office of the Serbian government, said that Serbia is considering sending 1,000 security forces to Kosovo.
Petkovic believed that the Kosovo government had no right to send police to the north under the Brussels Agreement, and said that Serbia’s decisions in response to recent developments should not surprise anyone.
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