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Defense Minister: High Risk Situation in Northern Kosovo

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Archive / News | 05.06.23 | access_time 07:23


Serbian Defense Minister Milos Vucevic said on June 4 that the security situation in northern Kosovo remained high risk due to the "unilateral, illegal and illegitimate decisions of the Pristina administration."

"And, to call things by their true name, it is occupied by the ethnic Albanian administration in Pristina," Vucevic, also president of the Serbian Progressive Party, told the Politika daily.

He said that Belgrade strongly believed "it is always better to look for a political solution rather than conflict." "We will see how Pristina reacts to the sanctions announced by Washington," he added. According to him, the Army of Serbia will remain at the highest level of combat readiness until further notice and that it would be "ready to execute any order and task given to it by supreme commander and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic."

"We will not allow the line in the sand to be crossed and that means shooting at our people, our children, the seizure of their property and expelling them from their hearths. We are fighting a political and diplomatic battle and urge everyone to come to their senses and make Kurti see reason," Vucevic stressed.

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