Brussels - EU mission for rule of law in Kosovo (EULEX) has informed the European Union headquarters in Brussels that it is dealing intensively with investigations regarding the recent incidents in the north, where the Albanian Selver Haradinaj was killed", Maja Kocijancic, spokeswoman of the chief of EU foreign policy, Catherine Ashton, told the Zëri.
Asked what the European Union recommends to Kosovo institutions concerning the situation in the north, she said: "regarding the case, EULEX has informed us that it is dealing with the investigation together with the Kosovo authorities and hope that soon they will come out with success."
Thus, while EULEX and the Kosovo authorities are doing their job, Kocijancic urged all communities to remain calm. "We call on all communities to remain calm and leave the matter in police hands," she said. The European Union, according to her, is being taken very seriously with the latest developments in Kosovo and expressed deep regret for the loss of life of citizens in the north, and also strongly condemns the recent incidents there.
However Maja Kocijancic somehow reiterated what the Chief of EU office in Kosovo, Samuel Zbogar has said that "before the EU reaction, initially investigative bodies, EULEX and Kosovo police are the ones that should perform their jobs.”
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