NATO’s Kosovo Force (KFOR) has stated that it is closely monitoring the situation in northern Kosovo.
The statement from KFOR stressed the reinforcement of military assets in the country, including northern Kosovo, with additional troops and patrols since October.
“We expect all actors to work in close coordination with KFOR and avoid provocative displays of force to ensure the safety and security of all communities,” the statement said. We call on the parties to engage constructively to ensure security and freedom of movement in Kosovo.” Data included.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in a statement to local media last night that they will ask KFOR to deploy Serbian army and police in northern Kosovo.
Serbian Defense Minister Milos Vucevic said today that they have asked KFOR to deploy Serbian army and police in northern Kosovo.
ISFOR officials in Kosovo confirmed to Kosovo’s state TV station RTK the request from Serbia and said they were studying the request.
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