The administration of US President Joe Biden is investigating Belgrade's involvement in the paramilitary unit and trying to uncover its mission in the September 24 terrorist attack in Banjska i Zvecani, where Serbian terrorists killed police sergeant Afrim Bunjaku.
And if it is revealed that the Serbian president, Aleksandër Vuçiq was involved, then, according to The Guardian, the approach taken by the US and the EU to negotiations will change.
This may even lead to sanctions against Serbia, reports KosovaPress.
"The USA has supported the talks and so far has sided with Europe for putting the biggest blame for their failure on the Kosovar Prime Minister, Albin Kurti. But the Biden administration is investigating Belgrade's involvement in the paramilitary unit and trying to uncover its mission. whether Vuçiq revealed to have been involved, it could change the approach taken by the US and the EU to the negotiations, which have been criticized by lawmakers on both sides of the Atlantic as biased towards Belgrade. This could also lead to sanctions against Serbia", writes The Guardian.
That there was a scenario to provoke a conflict that would lead to the division of Kosovo, said the chairman of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, Sonja Biserko.
"It is increasingly clear that there was a scenario to provoke a conflict so that the Serbian army then enters to protect the Serbian people in the north and thus implement the division of Kosovo," said Biserko.
According to her, this attack has exceeded the limits of what the West can tolerate.
"This operation, regardless of who is directly responsible for it in Belgrade, has crossed a red line that the West cannot tolerate. This situation was not provoked by Kurti, as many in Belgrade comment. On the contrary, he showed maturity and the Kosovo police showed professionalism", she said.