KFOR mission in Kosovo
The KFOR mission in Kosovo called on all parties to refrain from actions that could fuel tensions or cause escalation.
The Mission statement states that KFOR, led by NATO, increased its presence in four municipalities in the north of Kosovo this morning, following the latest developments in that area.
He said that this procedure has been established in order to prevent conflicts and more serious consequences.
Vucic said that he asked Stoltenberg not to reduce the KFOR mission in Kosovo and Metohija (KiM), "as it is the only protection for the Serb people."
It would be a gross violation of UN Resolution 1244 and the (1999) Kumanovo Military-Technical Agreement, Serbian Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin said on Monday.
During his meeting with Italian Ambassador to Serbia Carlo Lo Cascio, Vulin said that Serbia appreciated the professional engagement of Italian troops in the KFOR mission in Kosovo and Metohija.
National Defence Minister Mihai Fifor on Wednesday had a meeting with Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) of NATO Allied Command Operations, General Curtis Scaparrotti, to discuss topical matters on the NATO agenda, reads a National Defence Ministry (MApN) release.