Official Belgrade, which is usually the main initiator of the unrest in north Kosovo, has begun to warn of a new escalation of the situation after the last meeting between Kosovo and Serbia in Brussels was unsuccessful.
The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, has requested the establishment of the Association, which requires this in the format of the Republika Srpska, while the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, said that he does not accept this.
Meanwhile, following this development, Serbia began propaganda that Serbs are being mistreated in Kosovo.
Serbian Defense Minister and leader of the Serbian Progressive Party, Miloš Vučević, said that after the failure of the last round of dialogue in Brussels, there is still a tense situation on the ground and the Serbian people are under pressure.
Vučević, in a guest appearance on TV Prva, said that the incidents “started immediately.”
“Two young Serbs were beaten in Gračanica. Kurti is ready for anything. Albanians will only provoke conflicts and Kurti’s goal is to clean Kosovo of Serbs,” Vučević said.
Serbia has sent people into Kosovo to cause violence against KFOR soldiers, police officers, and journalists in recent tensions.
An article in The Times said that Serbia, encouraged by Russia, has long pursued threats against Kosovo, and the conflict in the heart of Europe risks erupting into violence and bloodshed.
Serbia and Russia will try to block any solution. NATO must be wary of any attempts to instigate a new Balkan war, the Times wrote. /The Geopost/