Kosovo’s Prime Minister Albin Kurti said allegations that the Serbian Orthodox Church had smuggled weapons into northern Kosovo via ambulances would be investigated.
Kurti made a statement after the allegation was put on the agenda in the British Parliament, “We found a whole arsenal of warfare in Zvecan. We now know that weapons were smuggled in ambulances. We will have a meeting with NATO representatives on this matter,” he said.
Alicia Cairns, Chair of the British Parliament’s Foreign Policy Committee SerbiaThe question of whether the Serbian Orthodox Church smuggled weapons into Kosovo came to the fore after Turkey said ambulances had been smuggled into Kosovo.
KFOR announced today that “there is no evidence of alleged smuggling of ambulances across the administrative border between Kosovo and Serbia,” adding that the incident cited by Cairns refers to 2022, when the Royal Infantry Regiment was involved in support of the KFOR mission. .
At the same time, Serbian Defense Minister Milos Vucevic told Serbian media today that the Serbian Orthodox Church demanded confirmation of these statements and is convinced that this is completely untrue.
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