Finland on Sunday expressed concerned over the incident of attack against Kosovo Police officers in Banjska/Banjskë in the north of Kosovo.
“We condemn the brutal attacks against Kosovo Police and hope for a swift de-escalation,” said the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in a twitter post.
Meanwhile, European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell also condemned the attack.
“The EU condemns in the strongest possible terms the hideous attack against Kosovo Police officers in Banjska/Banjskë in the north of Kosovo,” he wrote in his twitter, adding that the responsible perpetrators must face justice.
At least four people are dead after Kosovan police cleared a monastery held by at least 30 heavily armed men near the border with Serbia, reported British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
The incident started with the death of a police officer in Banjska village, before the occupation of the monastery.