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Kosovo and Serbia are arguing in the security Council

After the decision to build up an army in Kosovo, is the President with the President of Serbia to each other. In a meeting of the UN security Council on Monday, President Hashim Thaci defended the Parliament's decision as "extraordinary" and as a "natural step".

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic dismissed the "so-called sovereign right" of Kosovo to a regular army. The security Council must curb the Land and tame it.

Vucic was "very

alarmed," the realignment of The existing civil protection unit of Kosovo had been called in Serbia revolted, and in the case of the Western partners of the small Balkan country's concerns. The large majority of the population is Albanian, Kosovo had previously belonged to Serbia. Ten years ago, it had declared itself to be independent.

Serbia recognized the secession of its former province, never. Currently, slightly more than 100'000 Serbs still living in Kosovo.

"If Kosovo has made a mistake, then, that we have waited five years for the creation of an army", said Thaci. The army would help with the "soldiers of peace" to stability in the Region. Vucic said he was "very worried, very worried and even a little scared" about the effects of a Kosovo army in the Region. (roy/SDA)

Created: 18.12.2018, 04:54 PM

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