Young man Nikola Nedeljkovi (20) from Belgrade, who was arrested by Kosovo police in Gazimestan on Vidovdan, was released and he returned to Belgrade together with his family.
The EU and the US are concerned about the tense situation in the north of Kosovo and call on everyone to exercise maximum restraint, the EU press service announced.
Kosovo police director added that from tomorrow the special units will be operational, the media reports.
Albanians are preparing the ground for the violent implementation of illegal measures that they have announced will come into force on September 1, when the decision on the suspension of Serbian documents and license plates will begin to be implemented, according to "Novosti".
The Russian embassy in Belgrade confirmed on Sunday that Russian journalist Daria Aslamova "is safe and located in central Serbia" after she was detained a day earlier while trying to cross the border from Serbia into Kosovo. The embassy claimed her detention was groundless.
Kosovo Interior Minister Xhelal Svecla on Sunday banned the entry of Aslamova as a "confirmed spy".
Kosovo police on Thursday removed surveillance cameras in the southern Serb-majority municipality of Shterpce/Strpce, acting on the orders of the Ferizaj/Urosevac Basic court and prosecution.
They were told to remove surveillance cameras allegedly controlled by the Serbian authorities, and empty a previously closed municipal building.