The Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, will meet separately with the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, on August 17, a day before the meeting of the two leaders in Brussels.

This meeting, which will take place on Wednesday next week, according to Arton Demhasaj, an expert on political developments, aims to discuss recent events in the north of the country and security in the region.

"Vucic's and Kurti's words of the last few days about the risk of war between the two countries, the issue of shooting at policemen in the north and the approach of the deadline for the implementation of reciprocity are reasons for invitations, for meetings with the secretary of NATO", said Demhasaj for the Telegraph.

Otherwise, according to NATO's announcement, in connection with these two meetings, there will be two separate conferences, one at 15:30 with the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, and the other at 17:00 with the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister of the country, Albin Kurti, on Monday of this week, in an interview given to the Italian daily "La Repubblica", spoke about the danger that may appear to Kosovo from Serbia, as well as about the protests in the north, which according to him, are not they were spontaneous, but organized by Belgrade with the support of Russia.

We remind you that on August 18, the prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, are expected to meet in Brussels after the tension in the situation in the north due to the establishment of reciprocity towards Serbia.

What happened on July 31 and why were the barricades put up?

Sunday, July 31, was characterized by numerous tensions in the north of the country, due to the decision of the Government of Kosovo for reciprocity with Serbia on the issue of license plates and identity cards.

This decision, which would begin to be implemented on Monday, August 1, caused many local Serbs in the north of the country, on Sunday afternoon, to set up barricades on the roads leading to two border crossing points with Serbia, Jarinje and Bernjak.

In addition to the barricades in the north, there were gunshots which were also confirmed by the Kosovo Police, and some citizens were mistreated at the border.

After these actions and the meeting with the American ambassador, Jeffrey Hovenier, the Government promised to postpone the implementation of the decisions for a month, if the Serbs remove the established barricades.

The implementation of these decisions has been postponed to September 1.