Kurti welcomes NATO's decision for additional forces in Kosovo
The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, has welcomed NATO's decision to increase the number of its troops in Kosovo.
According to Kurt, the attack on the Kosovo Police on September 24 illustrates Serbia's efforts to destabilize Kosovo, with the help of its ally, Russia.
"These people want to turn back time," Kurti told The Associated Press. "They are looking for a time machine. They want to go back 30 years. But, this will not happen. We need NATO because the border with Serbia is very long and the Serbian army has recently strengthened its capacities and has a lot of military equipment from both the Russian Federation and China."