MUP unit in Kosovo as part of "planned activity"Source: Tanjug
BELGRADE -- The Ministry of Interior has said that members of the Serbian Army, and MUP's Gendarmerie on Tuesday conducted a joint reconnaissance activity with KFOR.
Responding to media reports that the Gendarmerie entered the territory of Kosovo and Metohija on Tuesday, the ministry said that a "previously planned and arranged joint reconnaissance activity was conducted on April 29 by commissions of the VS General Staff and the KFOR command."
The activity was conducted "with active involvement of representatives of the army and the Gendarmerie, in line with the Kumanovo Agreement," the ministry's statement said.
The Priština-based Albanian language daily Lajm reported that the Gendarmerie entered the territory of Kosovo near the Karačevo village and that locals "alerted KFOR."
Members of the Serbian Army and of MUP's Gendarmerie are deployed in the Ground Safety Zone, along the administrative line with Kosovo.