Macedonia and Kosovo have established exchanges of information on verifying the identities of the victims and those who were arrested in Kumanovo last weekend during the Macedonian police action.
The Macedonian Interior Ministry has established that a number of those involved in the fighting were citizens of Kosovo.
One of the leaders of a terrorist group that last week clashed with Macedonian police in Kumanovo has voiced accusations against that country's secret service.
Vucic confirms he'll travel to Tirana in late May
SARAJEVO -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said while visiting Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, on Wednesday that he would travel to Albania on May 27.
He said his trip will come "because it is important to improve relations in the region and invest in peace and stability."
Albanian prime minister cancels visit to Macedonia
TIRANA, BERLIN -- Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has canceled his official visit to Macedonia, planned for May 14, Albanian language media in Pristina are reporting.
Rama was to visit Skopje and Tetovo, the website Albeu said on Tuesday, quoting sources from the Albanian Foreign Ministry.
EU wants Kumanovo clashes investigated before it acts
BRUSSELS -- The European Commission has stressed that the clash "between the police and armed persons in Kumanovo must be appropriately clarified."
This must happen "before the EU acts in this regard," the Beta news agency reported from Brussels on Tuesday.