The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, spoke about the letter sent to him by KFOR, saying that they rejected their request for the return of the Serbian army to Kosovo.
Vučić told “TV Pink” that KFOR, in a carefully drafted letter addressed to the Government of Serbia, which he also accepted, replied that they believe there is no need for the return of the Serbian Armed Forces to the territory of the Republic. of Kosovo.
“In their carefully compiled letter to the Serbian government, which I also received, they replied that they believe that there is no need for the return of the Serbian army to the territory of the Republic of Kosovo, referring to resolution 1244. But they did not refer to any part of the resolution, because they have no right to reject this request. They were called to the normative standard to maintain order and law,” Vucic said.
The Serbian president said that KFOR delivered the letter on the eve of Christmas.
On the other hand, KFOR confirmed in a statement to Telegraph the day before that they had replied to Serbia, but gave no further details.
“We can confirm that KFOR’s response to the Serbian request was forwarded, but we do not go into the details of the NATO correspondence. KFOR remains vigilant and fully capable of fulfilling its UN mandate,” KFOR said.
Otherwise, Serbia submitted a request to KFOR for the return of 1,000 troops on Dec. 16./Telegrafi/