Kosovo declares another Russian UNMIK official “non grata”
Foreign Minister Donika Gërvalla has announced that at the request of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, has issued a decision to declare a “persona non grata” a Russian UNMIK official in Kosovo.
At the request of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Mr. Albin Kurti, today I issued the decision to declare persona non grata a Russian UNMIK official in Kosovo due to his harmful activity, which has violated the national security of the Republic of Kosovo. At the same time, I informed the law enforcement institutions and the relevant authorities about the implementation of this decision.
The institutions of the Republic of Kosovo remain committed to the battle against the malignant influence of the Russian Federation and its satellite representatives in the region, which aim to undermine the achievements of Kosovo and our partners, primarily the US, NATO and the EU.
The Republic of Kosovo will continue to cooperate even more closely with its international allies, especially with the Americans, Europeans and NATO, to prevent any destabilizing efforts of the Russian Federation in our region. The determination and the path of the Republic of Kosovo towards membership in NATO, the EU and then in the UN are irreversible.
We assure the citizens of the Republic of Kosovo that the institutions will remain vigilant every day and determined to protect the security and constitutional order of our country, whenever necessary.