As tensions continue to mount in the Serb-run enclave of northern Kosovo, the Serbian government has vowed to defuse growing anger over the situation in parliament.
Serbia’s government says it is finalising work on a declaration on the situation in northern Kosovo, which will soon be sent to parliament for a vote.
Since October 20, many opposition MPs have been boycotting the work of the parliament, demanding that the government put the situation in the north onto the agenda.
The agitation in Serbia’s parliament continues as tensions in the Serb-run north also grow. On Monday, local Serbs turned back five vehicles belonging to NATO peacekeepers in KFOR as they headed to the Jarinje border crossing.