After the concerns raised by the United States of America and the European Union about the deployment of Serbian military troops near the border with Kosovo, on Saturday the movement of a military convoy was observed in the south of Serbia, from the direction of Vranje towards Nis, near the city of Predejana.
The town of Predejan is located 300 kilometers south of Belgrade and about 100 kilometers from the nearest border crossing point between Serbia and Kosovo, Merdare.
As Radio Free Europe is reporting, around noon, the convoy of Serbian army vehicles moved from the south to the north of the country.
The movement of Serbian troops along the border with Kosovo comes about a week after the September 24 attack on the Kosovo Police in Banjska in Zveçan, where a police officer was killed.
Serbia has denied Kosovo's accusations that it was involved in this attack, described as a terrorist attack by the Kosovar authorities.