Serbia gives NATO 24 hours to act and if not it will “react” to the situation in Kosovo.

The Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic gave NATO 24 hours to act in view of the conflict situation of the Serbian citizens in Kosovo and assured: “If NATO does not react, Serbia will react.”

“I repeated to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg that we will not march into Kosovo with our troops because we cannot endanger peace,” said Vucic in an interview for TV Pink Attacks against his fellow citizens, “Serbia will react and not allow that. “

Serbia gives NATO 24 hours to act and if not it will “react” to the situation in Kosovo.
Serbia gives NATO 24 hours to act and if not it will “react” to the situation in Kosovo.

The President noted that he had not sent his troops or any members of the country’s security forces to the border with Kosovo, but admitted that he had put them on alert.

On the same Sunday, the EU’s High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, appealed this Sunday to reduce tensions in the region due to the roadblocks.

“I am closely monitoring the situation in northern Kosovo. Serbia and Kosovo must relieve tension without preconditions … through the immediate withdrawal of special police forces and the dismantling of roadblocks,” Borrell said in a statement.

In addition, the head of European diplomacy warns that “any new provocation or unilateral or uncoordinated action is unacceptable”.

“Kosovo and Serbia must find solutions to defuse the situation and agree on a way forward. The EU will actively support these efforts, ”he said.

In any case, he stressed that “the Kosovar and Serbian leaders are fully responsible for any risk to the security and well-being of local communities in both Kosovo and Serbia” and for this reason recalled that he had already done so in his talks mentioned at this meeting with the Serbian President and the Kosovar Prime Minister Albin Kurti.

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, will travel to the Balkans next Tuesday, where she will discuss relations between the EU and the Balkans in the run-up to the October summit amid growing tensions.

Von der Leyen will travel to Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia on Wednesday, a visit that coincides with the growing tensions between Pristina and Belgrade over traffic controls between Serbia and its former province and the religious conflicts in Montenegro.

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