NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg responded to Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj about the engagement of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF) in the north of Kosovo. “There is a Brussels agreement from the year 2013, which says clearly that KSF cannot go in the north of Kosovo, without the approval of the KFOR Commander. I made this clear to Mr. Haradinaj, and I expect for it to be respected,” Stoltenberg told KTV. He reiterated that Kosovo will be discussed during the first day of the Summit of Defense Ministers in Brussels. Stoltenberg said the level of the engagement of the KSF will be assessed, as the allies consider that it was not the right time to vote the army.