Prime Minister Albin Kurti said on Thursday that 10 Serb extremist organizations are spreading national and religious hatred in Kosovo.
He told Pristina-based KTV that all those organizations have “one foot in Belgrade and the other in Moscow”. “They are organizations that I believe have links to the government in Belgrade and might have ties to the Russian humanitarian center in Nis,” he said commenting the possibility of Russia destabilizing Kosovo.
The prime minister said that the Kosovo Council for Security is meeting increasingly frequently to discuss equipment and activities. “We in the political and public fields are preparing intensively to make sure there are no surprises and that all institutions and state bodies are synchronized,” Kurti said.
He said that he was not informed about the suspension of Serb officials who attended a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.