NATO's stance over the arrest of Marko Djuric in Kosovo

 NATO sources said that Serbian official Marko Djuric entered illegally in Kosovo on March 26 and as a result was arrested, while Kosovo President Hashim Thaci sent police to the north of the country without the approval of KFOR.

This is what NATO officials said to the Serbian news agency "Beta". They stated that "Djuric did not respected the necessary procedure after drnz zhr request to the authorities in Pristina at 17:00 p.m. on Friday, when the office was no longer working and the list of escorted people has been incomplete, thus for for Kosovo Albanians this meant that the procedure was not respected."

"The second point is the intervention of the Kosovo Police in the north because, when they plan to enter via Iber River from the North, they should notify KFOR and ask for permission, this is part of the agreement with the European Union and NATO must be asked for this and must be respected by both sides." said the source of the Beta agency.

"President Hashim Thaci has reacted quickly because he estimated that was dealing with a provocation when is announced that Djuric has entered the north of Kosovo," the source added.

Regarding the fact that Kosovo Police has gone to great numbers and heavily armed to arrest Djuric, the source told "Betaa" that although it seemed "dramatic", however, says that Djuric's arrival in Kosovo has been a "provocation".
NATO's stance over the arrest of Marko Djuric in Kosovo NATO's stance over the arrest of Marko Djuric in Kosovo Sunday, April 15, 2018 Rating: 5
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