“The clashes which occurred on June 1 in the north of Kosova once again reveal the fragility of security in Kosova. The public threat of Serbia’s criminal structures in Kosova is persistent, regardless of the concessions made by Kosova in unjust and unequal negotiations with Belgrade. This public threat, which is demonstrated through barricades, ethnic cleansing of Albanians who live in those villages, and through direct violence and the killing of residents, as with the case of Selver Haradinaj, cannot be pacified or resolved without placing those zones under the control and sovereign and institutional security of the Republic of Kosova.
The events of June 1 confirm once again that Lëvizja VETËVENDOSJE! is correct that Kosova needs its own army. Some aspects of security are for the police, but others are for the army. The police guard the public order, but territorial integrity and protection of borders are reasons why armies exist. Kosova is the only state in the Balkans without an army. And Kosova is the most at risk in the Balkans, because of Serbia’s appetite, and this is not a conspiracy, but declared openly. Declaring and making KSF an army would ease NATO’s task.
Lëvizja VETËVENDOSJE! condemns the attack on KFOR soldiers and wishes those wounded a swift recovery.
Integrating the north and uniting Mitrovica should not be understood as a question of freedom of movement. This is a vital issue for the security and welfare of Kosova’s people and for this reason, Serbia’s criminal structures must be destroyed, MUP must be expelled and in parallel, there must be a comprehensive economic development plan. It should be understood that true and sustainable integration is not only institutional, but also social. The latter is guaranteed only if economic development concentrates on production and employment.
Once again, we call for the end of talks about the north, while Serbia’s illegal state structures are operating there, because these talks represent an encouragement for those structures and for Belgrade. It is in vain, talking to local Serbs not linked to those structures, while they are also under the control of Serbia’s hostile and criminal structures. The problems in Kosova do not come from the lack of dialogue, but from Serbia’s appetite.”Kthehu prapa te lista