The Serbian government has agreed to a request by KFOR, NATO’s mission in Kosovo, to send security forces to Kosovo.
This decision was made at a meeting organized by the Government of Serbia and attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.
Vucic said the request would be sent electronically on Thursday evening.
It was announced that Ralbin would be handed over to the KFOR commander at the border point between Serbia and Kosovo on Friday.
In an interview with Radio Television Serbia, Vucic said it was clear that the request would be rejected.
Kfour did not respond to Radio Free Europe’s request for comment on Serbia’s request.
Meanwhile, the US Ambassador to the Western Balkans, Gabriel Escobar, stated that Kosovo had received very strong security guarantees from the United States and emphasized that the United States of America strongly opposes and rejects Serbia’s request to return its forces to Kosovo.
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