There are nine days until elections are held in four Serb-majority municipalities in northern Kosovo.
The decision of the Serb List, the largest Kosovo Serb political party, not to participate in the elections raised concerns about whether the security situation is stable and whether these elections can be held.
KFOR, NATO’s peacekeeping force in Kosovo, declared that although the Kosovo Police are in charge of order, they will be extremely prepared for any possible scenario.
KFOR said: “With elections scheduled for 23 April in the northern municipalities, security will be carried out by the Kosovo Police. KFOR continues to monitor the situation and expects institutions in Kosovo to deal effectively with the situation, maintaining a high level of preparedness. units for any possible scenario.
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