Serbian Defense Minister Miloš Vucevic announced that the request for the deployment of up to 1,000 Serbian soldiers and policemen to northern Kosovo had been sent in writing to NATO’s Kosovo Peacekeeping Force (KFOR).
The document was handed over to the international force stationed in Kosovo at the Merdar border crossing.
Confirming the receipt of the application, KFOR announced that it is studying the application from Serbia.
“We have received a message from Serbia and we are currently evaluating it,” the Kosovo Force said in a statement, but the Kosovo Force stated that it was determined to perform its duties, noting that there was no place for the Serb forces to return to Kosovo.
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