The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, in his address to the Cabinet meeting, once again expressed the need to remove the barriers erected in the north.
“The time we gave the KFOR to remove the barriers is coming to an end,” Prime Minister Kurti said, adding that the barriers that prevent freedom of movement can no longer be tolerated..
Prime Minister Kurti said, “Kosovo institutions are arresting criminals, they are not negotiating with them. Criminal groups, promoted by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, aim to destabilize the region and undermine Kosovo’s territorial integrity. “We have been given a period of time for the KFOR to remove the barriers, but we are nearing the end of that period,” he said.
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