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Vuçiç warns NATO and reminds of Kosovo War: In case of escalation of conflict you have 24 hours, or we will react

Vuçiç warns NATO and reminds of Kosovo War: In case of escalation

The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vuçiç, said that Serbia has not entered the territory of Kosovo, because it has no right to do so from the Kumanovo Agreement and all subsequent agreements, and added that Serbia will not enter Kosovo with troops because it wants everything to be settled peacefully. But at the same time he warns NATO that, in case of escalation, if they do not intervene, Serbia will be forced to react.

"We will wait for 24 hours for NATO to react, or Serbia will react and will not allow what happened in 1995 or 2004," Vucic said, recalling the Kosovo War.

The situation in northern Kosovo is tense due to the placement of temporary license plates for any vehicle with Serbian license plates entering the territory. The decision was taken in the same way as Serbia has been applying for years with vehicles with Kosovo license plates entering Serbian territory.

Despite this, Kosovo's latest decision has not been well received by Serbia. Serbs have set up a blockade on the Jarinje border. Fighter jets appeared last Saturday.