Serbia under pressure to loosen grip on north Kosovo
Statement signals rising Western impatience
Serbia denies having police in Kosovo
By Fatos Bytyci and Matt Robinson
PRISTINA/BELGRADE, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Western powers overseeing Kosovo's independence called on neighbouring Serbia on Tuesday to quit "interfering" in the country and withdraw clandestine security forces.
The call by the 25-member International Steering Group (ISG), including the United States and major EU powers, signalled rising impatience with Serbia's role in a small slice of northern Kosovo populated by minority Serbs.
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