NATO may join the operation in northern Kosovo 19:45

NATO Kosovo Forces (KFOR) are present in the Kosovo Police area of ​​operation and are ready to intervene when necessary. This was reported by TASS.

The publication states that the North Atlantic Alliance-led KFOR mission condemned the attack on Kosovo police.

KFOR added that they continue to closely monitor the situation in Bansk, that KFOR units are in the region and are ready to intervene if necessary.

Prior to this, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, had previously made a statement on the night of September 24 at around 3:00 (4:00 Moscow time) near the village of Banska in the Leposavić municipality in the north of the region. , Unknown shots were fired Kosovo police. Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani blamed “Serbian criminal gangs” for the attack.

Kosovo President Vjosa Osmani blamed “Serbian criminal gangs” for the attack on social media.

On September 14, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that his consultations with Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti in Brussels did not yield results.

Previously Vucic saidHow to further develop relations with the Russian Federation.

Source: Gazeta


More from author

Analyst predicted that demand for foreign currency among Russians will increase by mid-December 07:39

Russians' demand for cash dollars and euros will increase until mid-December. This forecast was given to by Pavel Zhuravlev, head of the...

EU allowed to increase nuclear fuel purchases from Russia 07:41

The European Union may increase its purchase of nuclear fuel from Russia based on this year's results. According to the report, this scenario...

A masked man intimidated Ukrainian refugees in Ireland 07:37

A local resident in Falcarra, Ireland, scared Ukrainian refugees by shouting "get out". This was reported by Plateau Radio. A man wearing a balaclava...

The West declared the superiority of the Russian fighter 07:19

American magazine writers Military Watch Magazine (MWM) believes that Kazakhstan rightly chose the Russian Su-30SM over the French Rafale. Observers of the publication noted that...