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A day after the failure of the agreement in Brussels, KFOR increases patrols in the North of Kosovo
A day after the failure of the Kosovo-Serbia agreement in Brussels on license plates and entry-exit documents, American KFOR troops have been deployed on the main roads in the northern part of Kosovo.
This move comes after the meeting in Brussels did not bring any agreement as expected, while from September 1 the Government of Kosovo plans to impose reciprocity measures towards Serbia on the issue of license plates and documentation.
President Aleksandar Vucic has described the meeting with Prime Minister Albin Kurti as one of the difficult days for Serbia and the Serbian people.
According to koha.net, today increased KFOR forces were seen on the roads of northern Kosovo and the American patrol was stationed along the main road leading from Serbia to Kosovo, through the city of Mitrovica.
We recall that in the last meeting of the Secretary General of NATO with the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Kurti and the Serbian President, Jens Stoltenberg emphasized that if it is deemed necessary, then KFOR troops will intervene in the north.