Soldiers who were injured in the clash between Serb demonstrators and KFOR soldiers of the NATO peacekeeping mission in Kosovo on May 29 in Zvecan, a Serb municipality in northern Kosovo, where Serbs are the majority, were on the agenda of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg again.
Stoltenberg said in a statement that 93 soldiers were wounded in the clash between Serb protesters and KFOR soldiers in northern Kosovo, giving a new figure for wounded soldiers.
KFOR Command announced that 30 soldiers, including Hungarians and Italians, were wounded in the clash on 29 May.
NATO is deploying additional forces in Kosovo and the UN is performing its duty impartially, Stoltenberg said in a post on his social media account, “We had a meeting with President Vucic to discuss the recent violence in northern Kosovo that has injured 93 KFOR soldiers. NATO has deployed additional forces and is exercising the UN mandate with impartiality.” made remarks.
The NATO Secretary General wrote that Pristina and Belgrade should de-escalate and engage in EU-facilitated dialogue.
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