Kosovo’s Deputy Minister of the Kosovo Security Force, Burim Ramadani, commented on NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg saying that KSF cannot go to the north without prior approval from the KFOR commander. In an interview with RTV Dukagjini, Ramadani said Stoltenberg’s statement is based on a letter Hashim Thaci, then prime minister of Kosovo, wrote to NATO Secretary General at the time, Anders Fogh Rasmussen. “We now have a completely different situation and a different government,” Ramadani said. “I hope some natural disaster will not strike that part of Kosovo. We are not talking about deployment in the sense Serbia did in the nineties but as part of efforts to help the community there,” he added. “Prime Minister Haradinaj has guaranteed on behalf of Kosovo that we have no plan, no vision, no sort of interest to fight our citizens in that part of Kosovo. Serbs, Bosniaks, Turks and others are also our citizens,” Ramadani said.
Ramadani: KSF would not go to north for war but for relief efforts (Telegrafi)
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