KFOR increases its presence. What is happening in the last few hours in Kosovo?
Protests by Serbian citizens in municipalities where new mayors have been elected continue. There was also a clash with the police this morning in Zveçan, until the police dispersed the crowd with tear gas.
The American ambassador in Kosovo met the four newly elected presidents in a meeting.
Meanwhile, the peacekeeping mission of NATO in Kosovo, KFOR, this morning has increased its presence in the municipalities in the north of Kosovo, inhabited by a majority of Serbs, such as in Zveçan, Leposaviq and Zubin Potok, municipalities where there has been an increase in tensions in recent days.
The Serbs oppose the new Albanian presidents, elected in the local elections of April 23, and have not allowed them to continue working in the relevant offices until today.