KFOR takes over control of Kosovo northern checkpoints

Administrative line crossings between nothern Kosovo and central Serbia have been placed under KFOR’s control since last night.

The talks held between representatives of the Serbian government – Goran Bogdanović and Borislav Stefanović – and KFOR commander Erhard Buehler will continue today in order to find a permanent solution to the crisis, sparked after a Kosovo police, KPS, unit late on Monday attempted to take over the two posts.

According to the agreement, as of Thursday morning, there are no members of the KPS of any ethnicity at Jarinje, which was attacked and demolished last night.

At Brnjak, there are KFOR and KPS members, while only passenger cars are being let through on both checkpoints.

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