President Fyuza Osmani held a meeting with Manuel Sarrazin and Johannes Igner, Special Envoys of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Austria to the Western Balkans.
“The recent criminal actions in northern Kosovo are organized by illegal structures and supported by Belgrade,” said President Fyuza Osmani.
Noting that these actions in the north aim to intimidate and threaten the local Serb population, as well as create an atmosphere of fear and insecurity, Osmani stressed that he will continue to fully coordinate with international allies to maintain lasting peace, security and peace. stabilization efforts.
The meeting also discussed the latest developments in the country and the region, and security developments in the north, including the agreement on the basic agreement between Kosovo and Serbia, as well as the implementation plan between the Republic of Kosovo and Serbia.
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