Kosovo and Serbia – what is happening – UNIAN

Albin Kurti / Screenshot

Prime Minister Kosovo Albin Kurti said that the coming days would be difficult as they faced “Serbian national chauvinism”.

He published an appeal to citizens on his page on the social network Facebook.

He stated that today’s unrest was planned by Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija Petar Petković.

“The law and security agencies of our state are collecting information, monitoring the situation and will act in defense of the law and citizens, our sovereignty and territorial integrity,” Kurti said.

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The Prime Minister urged people to trust only official information.

“The hours of the coming days and weeks can be difficult and problematic. We are faced with Serbian national chauvinism, which is well known to us. We will work day and night, we will be in charge, for you as citizens and for our Democratic Republic. And together we manage to bring the law and order,” he said.

According to media reports, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic urgently arrived at the General Staff. Negotiations are going on right now with the command of the KFOR contingent (international security forces in Kosovo led by NATO).

As is known, the current composition of the contingent of the international security forces in Kosovo includes 3,775 foreign servicemen from 28 states, mainly NATO members and their allies. Among them are 40 Ukrainian servicemen.

As UNIAN reported, on July 31 armed clashes broke out in northern Kosovo. The reason for the dissatisfaction was the change in the rules of travel in Kosovo.

In the evening, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić made a statement.

“Yesterday we had talks with representatives of the Serbian people from Kosovo and Metohija. Let’s try to keep the peace at any cost. Let’s try to ask everyone again. I ask the Albanians to understand, I ask the Serbs not to succumb to provocations and not to do anything that could lead to any conflict. But I also ask the representatives of the powerful and big countries that have recognized the independence of Kosovo to take a little care of international law, be careful with reality and not allow today’s wards to cause conflict. This is my request, this is my big request. And all that “I can say that we will pray for peace and seek peace. But I’ll tell you right away, there will be no surrender, and Serbia will win. If they try to start persecuting Serbs, mocking Serbs, killing Serbs, Serbia will win. That’s all.” what I want to say,” Vucic said.

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