"I'm quite ready because I like the agreement (the EU's plan for a settlement in Kosovo. - RT), de facto recognition, which also includes the self-government of the Serbian community, "RIA Novosti quoted him as saying.

At the same time, Kurti called for the intensification of the high-level dialogue between Pristina and Belgrade.

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said earlier that the NATO mission in the partially recognized Republic of Kosovo (KFOR) did not protect the Kosovo Serbs contrary to these guarantees.

The head of state expressed concern that the situation in Kosovo could develop in a very bad direction.

The Serbian Defense Ministry called the murders and deportations of Serbs a red line for Belgrade.

The Kremlin announced its support for Serbia against the backdrop of the aggravation of the situation in Kosovo.

According to the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, there should be no place for any provocative actions that infringe on the rights of Serbs.