Prime Minister Albin Kurti said that he met with the KFOR commander this morning and that there was no information that the mission was preparing to intervene in the north of Kosovo.
Speaking at a joint news conference with Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, Kurti said that, together with Interior Minister Jalal Sveclj, he is in constant contact with international institutions in Kosovo.
“I have no such information for the preparation of the KFOR intervention in the north. The special unit is not in Brnjak and Jarni to enjoy this situation, they are there with the task of protecting the border crossings and the border police,” Kurti said, answering a journalist’s question.
He added that there are indications that, if there is no Special Unit, the border police at two crossings in northern Kosovo and buildings would be seriously endangered, because, as he said, the roads were blocked not only by trucks and people, but also by bulldozers.
Kurti said that more than 10,000 vehicles that came from Serbia received temporary license plates.
“There are no incidents at any border crossing where the Kosovo police are located,” Kurti said.
He reiterated that he proposed that the temporary registration plates be abolished on both sides.
“These days, I have never appeared with the Minister of Defense, while unfortunately Serbia is bringing the Minister of Defense to the border. All this is essentially against Kosovo Serbs,” Kurti said.