The dispute to an army for Kosovo has reached the UN security Council. Serbia stands vehemently against an army for the neighbors, Kosovo is pounding loudly on his right.
The plans of Kosovo for its own army encounter in Serbia on violent resistance. The presidents of both countries, Hashim Thaci, and Aleksandar Vucic, clashed in front of the UN security Council.
It was a question of whether Kosovo has the right to an army. The Serbian head of state, Vucic said to the young country. "Where is it written? I can tell you in advance - nowhere." He maintained that Kosovo was still tied to a UN Resolution, which had been transferred after the end of the Kosovo war in 1999, the international Kosovo peacekeeping force KFOR have the mandate to maintain law and order.