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Written by Elmas Bogdani 28 Nëntor 2023
Many experts have sounded the alarm that Russia is using Serbia as its satellite to destabilize the Balkans. A spark is enough and the armed conflict between Serbia and Kosovo breaks out. But, yesterday, all the dark plans of Moscow and Belgrade were extinguished, as NATO openly declared that it will intervene immediately for any possible attack from outside to protect Kosovo. The clear red lines were given yesterday, when the Foreign Ministers of the NATO member countries met in Brussels, in a summit that will last 3 days. In a press conference before the important meeting, NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg underlined the fact that one of the main issues will be the security situation in Kosovo and in the entire Western Balkans. "We have seen serious violence in the north of Kosovo, rhetoric for division and secession in Bosnia and Herzegovina and malignant attempts at intervention, including by Russia.
Together with the High Representatives of the EU, we will discuss to increase stability in the region. NATO has already added 1,000 additional troops to Kosovo. We are also considering a more stable growth and presence in Kosovo", he said. Stoltenberg drew attention to the importance of continuing the dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia. "Belgrade and Prishtina should re-engage in the dialogue facilitated by the European Union. Stability depends on all parties choosing dialogue and diplomacy, instead of conflict and chaos." American Secretary of State Antoni Blinken also participated in this meeting.
NATO ready to defend Kosovo
But the most decisive with NATO's position was the US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, James O'Brien, who issued a strong warning yesterday, as he declared that causing unrest in the north of Kosovo means confrontation with NATO- n. "It is important that both sides understand that, if there is any unrest in the north, it means a confrontation with NATO," O'Brien told reporters. He said that the north of Kosovo must be calm and safe so that Kosovo and Serbia can make political progress on their way to the European Union. O'Brien's comments come at a time when NATO is considering increasing its permanent presence in Kosovo through its own peacekeeping mission, KFOR. He added that the American Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, will discuss the increase in tensions in the Western Balkans during the two-day meeting of the ministers of foreign affairs of the NATO countries, this week in Brussels. Blinken will also represent the United States at a meeting of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in Skopje, North Macedonia.
As for the possibility of a more permanent increase of NATO's presence in Kosovo, Stoltenberg also spoke during a visit to Pristina on November 20. Last week, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg promised that the Western military alliance will do everything to maintain peace in the Western Balkans region. During the visit to Pristina on November 20, which was part of a Balkan tour, Stoltenberg said that increasing the military presence in Kosovo by 1,000 troops shows how seriously the alliance takes the violence that broke out in Kosovo in recent months. "We are really investing in the security of this region, because the security of the people in this region, the stability in this region, is important for our security," he said.
We recall that since the end of the Cold War in the 90s, NATO has played an important role in stabilizing the region. It intervened in Bosnia and Kosovo in the bloody wars that also marked the end of Yugoslavia and the creation of independent states. Today, three of the six countries of the Western Balkans are in NATO. Albania, Montenegro and North Macedonia. Serbia, Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina are not part of the alliance.