The European Union assessed that the Kosovo government’s decision to declare the “Civil Defense” and “Northern Brigade” terrorist organizations in the Serb-controlled north of the country was unilateral and did not contribute to an escalation of the situation.
Responding to Koha media, EU spokesperson Peter Stano said that the leaders of the 27 EU member states in the European Council last week called for the situation not to escalate immediately.
Stano said that the Kosovo government’s decision is a unilateral step that does not contribute to improving the situation or finding a sustainable solution to the existing problems, adding that Kosovo and Serbia should avoid any steps that would increase tension.
Stano said the two sides should consider the proposal of Josep Borrell, the European Union’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.
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