Serbs in northern Kosovo to discuss freedom of movement with KFOR

Councilors of four northern Kosovo municipalities are holding a meeting in Zubin Potok to discuss KFOR’s request to ensure freedom of movement.

KFOR has warned it is determined to take action if Serbs did not make a decision on removal of the barricades on Wednesday.

The meeting between representatives of four northern Kosovo municipalities started a little after 11:00 CET in Zubin Potok.

Kosovska Mitrovica District Head Radenko Nedeljković and Republic of Srpska (RS) Vice President Emil Vlajki are also attending the meeting.

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