We condemn every kind of violence in the north of Kosovo, whether it was conducted by the special police units of Kosovo against the members of the Serb ethnic community, or by hooligans against journalists or KFOR. We especially condemn violence against children as the most sensitive category of society. We call on EULEX and human rights organizations to investigate all cases of police brutality against children, civilians and detainees, and to publicly report on their findings and conclusions.
We call on KFOR and EULEX to form an independent commission that would investigate all the circumstances of the recent arrest of the members of the Kosovo police. This case must not remain the product of different interpretations by officials in Belgrade and Pristina, because over time the process of normalization of relations and reconciliation between Albanians and Serbs will be significantly disrupted. We also call on the competent authorities in Serbia to speed up the process of assessing the criminal responsibility of the arrested Kosovo police officers, and if it does not exist, to release them immediately.
We also demand the immediate withdrawal of measures aimed at suspending the Agreement on the Free Movement of Goods and People. They directly influence the normalization of trade and represent the basis for building the future of our region.