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Buhler: Situation in northern Kosovo is still tense

30. August 2011. | 07:58

Source: Tanjug

KFOR Commander German General Erhard Buhler said in a press release Monday that there is still a high degree of tension in the north of Kosovo.

KFOR Commander German General Erhard Buhler said in a press release Monday that there is still a high degree of tension in the north of Kosovo.

Buhler's statement came as NATO commander, admiral James Stavridis and the chairman of the alliance's Military Committee, admiral Giampaolo Di Paola, made a visit to the NATO troops in Kosovo.

The KFOR commander said that after the crisis escalated in the north on July 25, the situation calmed down thanks to the large presence of KFOR and and its commitment in this part of Kosovo.

After visiting the KFOR command, NATO officials also visited the administrative crossing Jarinje, where they were briefed by Buhler on the situation, control system and incidents of July 27, when the crossing was attacked and its infrastructure destroyed and burned.

KFOR has the full support of its superiors and it is important now to reach a peaceful settlement by political means, the release says.


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