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Tensions in the North / The internationals 'made their name', Kurti reacts: The Kosovo Police has engaged according to its duty
Written by SOT.COM.AL 26 Maj 2023
The Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, has received the KFOR commander, Major General Angelo Michele Ristuccia, in a meeting to discuss the situation in the country, according to an announcement from the Office of the Prime Minister of Kosovo.
This meeting followed the developments in the north of Kosovo, during Friday, May 26, when the Kosovo police assisted the entry into the municipal facilities of the new mayors of the municipality of Zubin Potok, Leposaviq and Zveçan.
Groups of local residents objected to their going to offices previously used by Serbian officials.
"Prime Minister Kurti informed Commander Ristuccia that the Kosovo Police is committed to enable these mayors to enter their workplace from where they should and will serve all citizens without distinction or discrimination", according to their official duties. they say in the announcement of the Office of Prime Minister Kurti.
It is also said that Prime Minister Kurti, in a meeting with the commander of KFOR, Ristuccia, emphasized that "mayors of municipalities, elected by free and democratic elections, must exercise their duties and responsibilities in order to provide quality public services for all citizens, without obstacles".
The officials of the United States of America and the EU reacted to Friday's developments in the north of Kosovo, who condemned the actions of the Government of Kosovo and demanded an immediate stop to the violent measures./ REL