Kosovo’s president, Fyuza Osmani, said Serbia “remains the biggest and most dangerous threat” and continues to pose a threat to Kosovo’s security.
Speaking at the Kosovo Center for Security Studies conference, Osmani stated that Serbia “is working against the integration of Kosovo into international institutions” and “aims to increase tensions in the north of the country with mixed warfare methods”.
Osmani said Serbia “continues to pose a direct threat to the security of the region” by increasing its military capacity.
“As a vassal state of Russia in the Western Balkans, Serbia continues to pose the greatest and most serious threat to the state security of the Republic of Kosovo. Serbia continues to use mixed methods with all its elements in a coordinated manner against the Republic of Kosovo.”
“Serbia is constantly applying mixed warfare methods to the Russian model to escalate tensions in the north of the country, and similar destabilizing trends have emerged in other regional countries such as Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina,” Osmani said.
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