Rebic stressed that Belgrade is prepared to intervene if an exodus of the Serb people happens, adding that he is convinced that international community won't allow it.
"We are ready to react in case of the exodus of the Serb people, but we are convinced that international community will not allow it", Rebi stated for RTS.
The reason for the incursion is unknown, reports Prva TV reporter. It is also unknown where they are currently located.
According to unofficial information, a Kosovo police officer has been detained in northern Kosovo. A correspondent from Prva TV from Pristina also reports that the local media have no additional information.
"Bearing in mind that general elections in Kosovo were held on October 6, I kindly ask you to postpone our application for the next Interpol General Assembly meeting", Haradinaj wrote.
A note was sent to the Serbian Embassy in Paris in which Ramush Haradinaj withdraws his application for Kosovo membership at Interpol. The note arrived today just before 3pm.
Serbian diplomatic missions were given a directive to make every effort to thwart Kosovo's bid to become a member of an international police organization.
Serbian Foreign Affairs Minister Ivica Dacic says Pristina has no chance of joining Interpol.
"Everyone knows that, even they know it", Dacic underlined for "Politika" daily.
Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic and Foreign Affairs Minister Dacic hosted yesterday's briefing for diplomats attended by representatives of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Algeria, Angola, Korea, the Russian Federation...
In other words, Dacic explains, the number of those who recognize Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence falls to less than half of UN members.
Dacic told reporters last night that the Serbian delegation had talked to representatives of 53 member states in three days of the UN General Assembly and that in two more days, that number would exceed 100.