The meeting of the Prime Minister of Kosovo with the leaders of the opposition parties was requested yesterday by the President of the LDK, Ljumir Abdidziku.
According to the Government of Kosovo, the leaders of DPK and LDK “were informed about the security situation in the country, especially in the north of Kosovo”.
“The situation and developments in the northern part of Kosovo were discussed, as well as the commitment of institutions in the service of peace and security, constitutionality and legality in the country,” the statement said.
It is pointed out that the leaders of the opposition parties expressed “support for the rule of law on the entire territory of Kosovo and the protection of the state borders, and emphasized support for the Kosovo police and other state institutions.”
The situation in the north of Kosovo was also discussed last night by the Kosovo Security Council, and he pointed out that the institutions remain committed to maintaining order, public security and the rule of law on the entire territory of Kosovo.
“Further coordination of strategic action in the service of peace, security, constitutionality and legality in the country was especially discussed. Institutions remain committed to maintaining order, public security and the rule of law throughout Kosovo,” the statement said.
Earlier, the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, explained at an extraordinary press conference that the reason for holding this session of the Security Council were two incidents that occurred during the previous night, when “unknown persons set fire” to the Registration Center in Zubin Potok, which was located inside the municipal building, while in Zvečan, “two hand grenades that did not explode” were thrown at the Kosovo Registration Center.
The meeting of the National Security Council of Kosovo was also held because, as it is stated, “Serbian planes were flying over the Kosovo border”.
Earlier today, the Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) reported that several planes of the Serbian Army flew over the administrative crossing of Jarinje.
Due to the current situation, the President of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani, interrupted her visit to the United States, where she had numerous meetings on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.