Kurti shakes hands with Borrell, the latter mentions the meeting with the head of NATO

Kurti shakes hands with Borrell, the latter mentions the meeting with the head of NATO

Before the tripartite meeting in Brussels, Kurti was greeted and photographed with the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell.

They shook hands while Borrell mentioned to Kurti the meeting that the latter held yesterday at NATO headqua B: You have seen yesterday the secretary general of NATO?

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B: I read in the newspapers, and you are ready to send more troops …

A: Well, if necessary, yes

B: Aw, come on, it is not going to be necessary

A: I hope so too!

We recall that the Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, after the meetings he held yesterday with the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and with the President of Serbia, said that the KFOR mission will intervene if stability in Kosovo is endangered.

He also recalled that KFOR is the largest mission outside NATO territory, with around 4,000 soldiers, and according to him, KFOR’s presence in the north can be increased if necessary.

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, is staying in the European capital, where after the meeting with the head of NATO held on Tuesday, today he is holding meetings within the new round of dialogue between Kosovo and Serbia.​

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