KFOR quadruples its presence in the north, Ulutas: NATO steadfast for stability in the region

The KFOR commander, Ozkan Ulutas, says that they have quadrupled the number of troops in the north after the Serbian aggression of September 24 in Banjska of Zveçan, where police sergeant Afrim Bunjaku was killed.

In an interview for KosovaPress, Ulutas assesses the situation in the north of the country as calm, but emphasizes that it continues to be fragile.

He appreciates the close cooperation with the Kosova Police and EULEX, while he says that KFOR continues to operate as the third security responder.

“We will continue our efforts to prevent any escalation and are ready to respond to any challenge, by adjusting our posture as required and by continuing to cooperate closely with the Kosovo Police and EULEX”, he says in a written interview for KosovaPress.