PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Kosovo’s government should proceed with agreements to provide ethnic Serbs greater autonomy and demarcate the border with neighboring Montenegro.
Kerry also says parliament is no place for tear gas, after opposition lawmakers interrupted a parliament session this week with the substance. They’ve vowed street protests, too.
Kerry said such intimidation is unacceptable.
Making a brief stop in Pristina, Kerry said Wednesday the agreements are necessary for the Balkan country. The top American diplomat also urged tougher action by Kosovo’s government to prevent people from joining the Islamic State.
The Muslim-majority country has the highest rate in Europe of citizens fighting for IS.
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