Reacting to KFOR’s response stating that there is no need to return Serbian security forces to the territory of Kosovo, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić says that the fact that the letter was delivered on Christmas Eve and after the attack on the Serbian boys speaks volumes “about the character of the response”.”
We will demand additional guarantees for the safety of Serbs in Kosovo, because these are not the conditions in which someone in Europe should live in the 21st century,” Brnabić said for the public service Radio-Television Serbia (RTS).
The Serbian PM added that KFOR’s response to Belgrade’s request for the return of a thousand members of the Serbian security forces to Kosovo was marked by two things. As he says, it is not logical and is contrary to the resolution 1244 of the United Nations, which refers to the conditions after the three-month NATO bombing for the withdrawal of Serbian troops from the former Serbian southern province of Kosovo and Metohija, which in 2008, with the support of the West, unanimously declared independence.
“I would like the Serbian people in Kosovo to enjoy all protection and, above all, for Serbian families to feel safe, live, study and work safely. But unfortunately, that is not the case and today’s protest of the Serbian people in Kosovo shows that,” Brnabić said.
Доколку преземете содржина од оваа страница, во целост сте се согласиле со нејзините Услови за користење.