KFOR removed barbed wire at Brnjak

KFOR members removed on Tuesday morning barbed wire from the Brnjak administrative crossing, which was shut down on September 16.

German and French troops of the NATO forces in the province removed the barbed wire from the checkpoint.

A barricade of gravel and soil was put up by local Serbs in reaction to the closing of the crossing remains in front of it.

KFOR members said that the crossing has been open for traffic as of late Monday, but that the barricade prevents vehicles from passing.

The barbed wire was completely removed in the direction towards central Serbia and partly from the lane from central Serbia towards Kosovo.

Members of KFOR and EULEX stated that “as far as they are concerned the crossing is open”.

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