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The critical situation in northern Kosovo, comes the first reaction from NATO. Stoltenberg: Belgrade and Pristina to refrain
The situation in northern Kosovo continues to be tense and regarding this concern came the first reaction from NATO, where NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced that he had talked with the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti and the President of Serbia. , Aleksandar Vuçi lidhur regarding the critical situation in northern Kosovo.
Through a status on Twitter, Stoltenberg said that Pristina and Belgrade should refrain and return to dialogue.
"I talked to Aleksandar Vucic and Albin Kurti about the need for de-escalation in northern Kosovo. It is vital that both Belgrade and Pristina show restraint and return to dialogue. "KFOR's mandate remains to provide a safe and secure environment and freedom of movement for all ," Stoltenberg wrote on Twitter.
I spoke to @avucic of #Serbia & @albinkurti of #Kosovo about the need to de-escalate in the north of Kosovo. It's vital both Belgrade & Pristina show restraint & return to dialogue. @NATO_KFOR’s mandate remains to ensure a safe & secure environment & freedom of movement for all.- Jens Stoltenberg (@jensstoltenberg) September 26, 2021