We face Serbian national chauvinism

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, recorded an address to his citizens on the evening of July 31, in which he warned that the next few days would be very difficult.

It is reported by Ukrinform with reference to Kurti’s statement in social networks.

“The next hours, days and weeks can be difficult and problematic. We are facing the well-known Serbian national chauvinism. We will work day and night for you as citizens and for our democratic Republic. And together we manage to maintain law and order in every corner of the country,” said Albin Kurti.

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According to him, even before the issuance of entry and exit documents at the border crossings with Serbia began in Kosovo, “illegal Serbian structures” in the north began to block roads and also shoot. Like, this was preceded by “statements, rallies and gatherings in Belgrade.”

In his opinion, these aggressive actions were planned and provoked. The Prime Minister named Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and the head of the Chancellery for Kosovo and Metohija under the Serbian government, Petar Petkovic, as the culprits for the unrest.

Meanwhile, the media reported that the Ibar bridge in the city of Mitrovica, which connects the northern Serbian part and the southern Albanian part, was blocked by KFOR forces, the NATO-led international forces responsible for ensuring stability in Kosovo, which were put on alert.

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As reported, the Serbs in the north Kosovo on Sunday, trucks blocked the main road near the Yarinje border crossing point. A blockade is also reported on the Pristina-Raska road.

The Kosovo police announced that due to the blockade, the border crossings of Jarinje and Brnjak are closed. People take alternative routes.

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