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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned that rising tensions in Kosovo could provoke a new conflict in Europe.
Speaking to reporters on Monday, the Russian top diplomat described the situation as alarming.
" A major explosion is being prepared in the center of Europe - in the very place where, in 1999, NATO attacked Yugoslavia, violating every imaginable principle of the Helsinki Final Act and the OSCE documents," Lavrov said during a visit to Kenya, reports the Russian state agency, RIA Novosti.
He added that the situation requires a "geopolitical solution" that would guarantee the security of European countries.
According to him, "no bloc, including NATO, has the right to claim dominance in that part of the planet".
Tensions in the north of Kosovo have increased, as groups of local Serbs are protesting against the new Albanian mayors of the municipalities: Zveçan, Zubin Potok and Leposaviq.