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The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, said that the tense situation in the north of the country is the result of "armed groups, which pretend to be protesters, but in fact are criminal gangs" of Serbia.
"Of course, I can imagine the reduction of the [presence of] the Kosovo Police in the municipal buildings [in the north], when these criminal gangs of nationalism and extreme right-wing chauvinism, which worship Milosevic and Putin, leave," he said . Kurti in an address to journalists.
"Either let them go to Serbia, or we have to take them to prison. However, there is no way that we will not protect the assets and buildings of the Republic from such gangs. When they leave or close, we will be able to reduce the presence", said Kurti. /REL