Recently, Kosovo has seen some of the worst political violence that the country has known in its short and turbulent history since the end of its war with Serbia in 1999. On May 29th, outraged over the installation of ethnic Kosovo Albanians (Kosovars) as mayors of four Serb-majority towns after the former were elected in a vote that most Serbs boycotted, Kosovo Serbs mobilized for a large demonstration outside of the mayor’s office in the northern town of Zvečan. Hundreds of Serbs chanted and sang “Come out baby,” taunting Kosovar police officers and soldiers serving in the NATO peacekeeping mission (KFOR). Members of a special police division, the Regional Operational Support Unit (ROSU), confronted the demonstrators alongside KFOR troops outfitted in riot gear. The demonstration was arguably raucous, though it remained peaceful until stun grenades and tear gas began to fly into the crowd from behind the phalanx of security forces.
This violent serb insurrection must be stopped
I also wrote about this recently, I suspect Kurti is drastically misplaying his hand: