Kosovo President Fyuza Osmani said that Serbia is using Russian tactics to intimidate Kosovo.
In an interview with The Sun Online, President Osmani stated that a dangerous situation had arisen in the Balkans and said: “Serbia plans to seize the territory of Kosovo, as Russia did in Crimea.”
Osmani urged the West to support them, warning that conflict in the Balkans would further destabilize an already fragile Europe.
President Osmani said, “The Kosovo issue is not far from Europe. Peace in the Western Balkans is closely related to peace in London, New York, Washington, Paris and Berlin. History has shown us that the absence of peace and security in Europe means the absence of international peace and security. The lack of peace and security in the West The Balkans mean instability for Europe. The import of weapons and uniforms from Russia by Serbian paramilitary forces and criminal organizations helps fuel violence in northern Kosovo. “Serbia has openly supported these groups in northern Kosovo and has committed various crimes, including crimes against Serbs living in the north.
Osmani stressed that lasting peace and stability between Serbia and Kosovo would only be possible with mutual recognition, and added that Serbia should accept the fact that Kosovo is an independent state as soon as possible.
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