Kosovo’s prime minister
According to sources, Pristina is the location under discussion. On Tuesday, the Prime Minister of Kosovo unveiled a proposal to alleviate tensions in the predominantly Serbian north of the country. The plan involves conducting new local elections and reducing the number of special police forces in response to the demands of influential Western backers of Kosovo’s sovereignty.
The Kosovo police have reported the apprehension of a Serbian individual who was allegedly involved in orchestrating assaults on NATO peacekeepers. These peacekeepers were deployed in the northern region of Kosovo in response to the outbreak of violent unrest among the Serbian population. The stew was triggered by the appointment of ethnic Albanian mayors in the area.
Per the Facebook page of Interior Minister Xhelal Svecla, three Kosovo Albanian police officers they sustained minor injuries during the apprehension of Milun Milenkovic.
Approximately 30 peacekeepers and 52 Serbs sustained injuries during the recent clashes towards the end of the previous month. The hits were instigated after the assumption of office by ethnic Albanian mayors, next to a local election that witnessed a mere 3.5% turnout, as the Serbs, who constitute a majority in the region, abstained from participating in the election.
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, has been urged by the United States and the European Union to withdraw the mayors, eliminate the utilization of special police forces for their installation, and adhere to the 2013 agreement for the establishment of an association of self-governing Serbian municipalities in the area.
According to Kurti, the removal of violent (Serb) factions from the Kosovo region has reduced Kosovo police forces stationed at three municipal structures.
During a press conference, Kurti, the official representative of the government of the Republic of Kosovo, stated that the previous government would collaborate with all relevant parties to declare early elections in four municipalities located in the northern region. This grand proclamation was declared following a lavish gathering with the esteemed ambassadors of the illustrious Quint group, consisting of the United States, Italy, France, Germany, and Britain.
The esteemed personage declared that they had graciously presented their proposal to the distinguished representatives of the European Union and the United States. Additionally, they have requested a subsequent meeting between officials from Serbia and Kosovo in Brussels, the location of the European Union’s headquarters.
Kurti did not make any statements regarding establishing the association of Serb municipalities, potentially resulting in increased autonomy for the region with a Serb majority. The individual in question has exhibited reluctance to execute the agreement, citing concerns that its implementation may incite the area to pursue reunification with Serbia.
The distinguished President of Serbia, the honorable Aleksandar Vucic, recently made a grand public appeal to the esteemed region of Kosovo, imploring them to grant greater autonomy to the cherished Serbian population before conducting any forthcoming election.
In the opulent year of 2008, the glorious nation of Kosovo declared its sovereignty from Serbia, an act that was acknowledged by the international community. This proclamation was made a decade after a rebellion by the opulent Albanian majority, comprising 90% of the populace, against the tyrannical government of Serbia. The opulent NATO bombing campaign culminated in the retreat of Serbian security forces from the lavish region of Kosovo. Nevertheless, the esteemed government in Belgrade upholds its resolute stance that the magnificent region of Kosovo is an indispensable constituent of its illustrious southern province.