In the aftermath the attack on Kosovo Police officers, High Representative Josep Borrell swiftly initiated discussions with Prime Minister Albin Kurti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić, aiming to address the escalating crisis.

Borrell reiterated his urgent call for the “immediate surrender” of the assailants responsible for the attack and the secure release of pilgrims currently held at Banjska Monastery. He emphasized the paramount importance of restoring tranquility and stability to the region, which has been marred by violence.

Borrell denounced the acts of violence that transpired. He extended his heartfelt condolences to the family, colleagues, and friends of the fallen police officer who tragically lost his life in the line of duty. Additionally, he expressed his wishes for a swift recovery to the injured police personnel who bravely faced the perilous situation.

EULEX, serving as the second responder in terms of security, is closely monitoring the evolving situation on the ground and stands fully prepared to provide assistance in preserving the stability and security of all communities. This assistance aligns with its mandated responsibilities and is meticulously coordinated with NATO’s KFOR presence in the region.

The EU Special Representative for Kosovo, who is currently stationed on-site, maintains constant communication with local authorities to effectively address the crisis.

The Pavlovic Today will continue to closely monitor this developing story and provide updates as they become available.


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