Morning mail/ With 2 lines: What was important yesterday in Albania
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USA: We have not yet verified that Serbia has withdrawn its troops from the border with Kosovo
The United States has not been able to prove that Serbia has withdrawn troops and military equipment from the border with Kosovo, State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said Monday.
He emphasized that Washington continues to be concerned about the continuous increase in tensions and occasional violence in the north of Kosovo.
Earlier Monday, Serbian Army Chief of Staff Milan Mojsillovic said that Serbia has withdrawn some of its army troops stationed near the border with Kosovo after increasing the number of troops there following an attack by Serbian armed group against the Kosovo Police in the north of Kosovo, where police sergeant Afrim Bunjaku was killed.
" We have seen reports that Serbia has withdrawn its troops, but we have not yet been able to independently verify this," Miller said during a press conference on Monday.
He said the US would seek to prove this and that "if this is true, then this is a welcome step, something we called for last week".
"I want to inform you that there was no increase in the full combat readiness of the Armed Forces of Serbia, but only increased presence and engagement of units ," he said.