Serbian President Vucic said that NATO will ask the Kosovo Force (KFOR) to deploy the Serbian army and police in northern Kosovo.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, In his address to the nation, he evaluated the relations between Serbia and Kosovo.
Vucic drew attention to the recent events in northern Kosovo, and said that his country would ask the Kosovo Force to deploy Serbian army and police in the region.
“I am sending a ‘No Surrender’ message to our compatriots living in northern Kosovo who are struggling to survive and protect their families. This is the decision of the state and everyone who comes to me should know that. I am not worried about the price I will pay personally.” Use phrases.
Vucic emphasized that they have respected all agreements, especially the Brussels Agreement, for 10 years, and said that the Kosovo side does not respect these agreements.
Tensions between Kosovo and Serbia
And Serbia and Kosovo witnessed a state of tension again after Kosovo reported an increased presence of security forces in Serb-populated areas in the north of the country.
The two countries faced each other again ahead of snap general elections scheduled for December 18 in 4 municipalities in northern Kosovo, where the Serb population is packed.
While the Kosovo side says it is providing security in the region ahead of the elections, the Serb side argues that Serbs living in the region want to remove them.
According to local media reports, the situation in northern Kosovo is calm but tense.
Serbia considers Kosovo, which unilaterally declared its independence in 2008, to be its territory.
Serbia and Kosovo, which clash periodically, are trying to find a common way to normalize relations, and eventually for the two countries to recognize each other, within the framework of the dialogue process between Belgrade and Pristina, which began in 2011 with mediation. from the European Union (EU).
On the other hand, Kosovo President Vgusa Osmani announced, this evening, the postponement of early local elections in 4 municipalities in the north of the country to April 2023.
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