Petkovic: Militarisation of so-called KSF biggest threat to peace in W Balkans

BELGRADE - The director of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said Monday's so-called "Kosovo Security Force Day" celebrations in Kosovo-Metohija were nothing but festivities of Greater Albanian chauvinism and a promotion of the concept of a mono-ethnic self-proclaimed Kosovo, and noted that Pristina's PM Albin Kurti, the main affirmator of that policy, had not even tried to hide this.

Petkovic said the lining up of the paramilitary troops - which Pristina is not allowed to have under UNSCR 1244 - along with symbols of the terrorist "Kosovo Liberation Army" and a flag of the so-called Greater Albania, was the most open threat to states in the region that were targeted by territorial pretensions by Kurti and Greater Albanian chauvinists.

"For years, Belgrade has been warning that the process of militarising the 'KSF' is the biggest threat...

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