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Prime Minister Edi Rama was the last of the senior heads of state to react to the serious incident in the north of Kosovo, where the attacks on the police took the life of one officer and injured another.
Through a post on the "X" platform, Rama writes that the latest event is an alarm bell that proves the escalation of tensions between Kosovo and Serbia.
Rama teaches his idea for an extraordinary peace conference, but refrains from condemning Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić.
"The tragedy of the loss of life of the Kosovo Police officer is the biggest alarm bell to date for the ongoing risk of the protracted crisis escalating into an armed conflict. The criminals who took the life of an innocent man, who served under the state uniform of the law enforcement forces of the Republic of Kosovo, must be brought to justice.
The Euro-Atlantic community must gather all its imposing force and irreversibly seat Kosovo and Serbia at the table of the Normalization Dialogue. Convening an extraordinary peace conference, under the supervision and guarantee of the European Union and the United States, and simultaneously taking all extraordinary measures with KFOR, to prevent further escalation of the situation, are a strategic necessity not only for order and security in Kosovo today, but also for the peace and future of the region tomorrow, before the prolonged crisis in the North of Kosovo gets out of control and turns into a destabilizing fire for the entire region", writes Rama .