Just days after US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken visited Kosovo, the nation exploded into violence and NATO is threatening a new intervention.
The government of Kosovo is unilaterally cancelling agreements to recognize Serbian license plates and id documents on September 1st. Surging tensions have led to roadblocks and gun battles. Serbia has moved military assets close to the border.
In 1999, a US led NATO force bombed Serbia for 78 days, killing thousands.
🇽🇰🇷🇸 In #Kosovo, cars with #Serbian numbers began to be robbed. pic.twitter.com/DkH9Emgu6A
— George A. Hamalian (@gahamalian) July 31, 2022