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Kosovo state of affairs ‘on brink of conflict’ – Serbia — RT World Information

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Russia’s Ambassador to Belgrade has warned that ethnic Albanian authorities are focusing on Serbs with the help of the West

The authorities in Pristina have introduced the state of affairs in Kosovo to the brink of conflict, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic mentioned on Friday. Belgrade has introduced it’s going to search a return of its safety forces to the breakaway province, claiming the NATO-led peacekeeping power is failing in its activity.

Serbia has the precise to deploy as much as 1,000 of its safety personnel within the province beneath the provisions of the UN Safety Council Decision 1244, Brnabic mentioned, as a result of “KFOR isn’t fulfilling its obligations and Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija don’t really feel secure.” 

Brnabic pointed to a number of incidents this week, together with KFOR and the ethnic Albanian police raiding a kindergarten in Leposavic, and mentioned the Kosovo authorities led by Albin Kurti is violating the Kumanovo and Brussels agreements daily – referring to the 1999 armistice and the 2013 technical deal, respectively.

Along with the kindergarten raid, ethnic Albanian authorities destroyed your entire inventory of a Serb household vineyard in Velika Hoca and “actually occupied your entire metropolis” of Kosovska Mitrovica with a whole lot of closely armed particular police, Petar Petkovic, the Serbian authorities’s commissioner for Kosovo, mentioned on on Thursday.

Petkovic additionally warned “these within the West whose job is to maintain Kurti in line” that President Aleksandar Vucic was completely severe when he mentioned Serbia won’t permit one other pogrom within the province.

Russian ambassador in Belgrade, Alexander Botsan-Kharchenko, mentioned that Pristina’s actions amounted to a “marketing campaign of intimidation and oppression of the Serbs” aiming to grab management of the Serb-majority counties “with forbearance and even help from the West.”

“After all the West doesn’t take care of implementing the agreements they mediated,” added Botsan-Kharchenko. “What issues to them is shopping for time for the facet they help.”

In line with Kosovo police, the Mitrovica deployment was preventive and a part of “mandatory, cheap and lawful measures to implement the legislation and choices of Kosovo state our bodies.” Pristina added that it’s “entitled to manage the safety state of affairs and implement the legislation in your entire nation.” 

In the meantime, the breakaway province’s president Vjosa Osmani mentioned Serbian police will “by no means” return to Kosovo, calling Belgrade’s statements “Serbian hegemonic desires” and “an open menace of aggression,” based on RT Balkans.

NATO troops took management of Kosovo in 1999, after bombing Serbia for 78 days. The ethnic Albanian provisional authorities declared independence in 2008, which Belgrade has refused to acknowledge.

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