Russia is upset by NATO's unwillingness to discuss the situation in Kosovo at NATO-Russia Council sessions, Russia's NATO envoy said on Wednesday.
"Russia's permanent mission to NATO is disappointed with the reluctance of its partners to discuss the situation in Kosovo at the NATO-Russia Council," Dmitry Rogozin said in an interview with RIA Novosti.
Moscow regards the Kosovo problem as a "serious destabilizing factor in the Balkans situation, which directly affects European security," he said.
Four NATO troops and six Serb protesters were wounded in fresh violence on the disputed Serbia-Kosovo border on Tuesday.
The NATO-led KFOR troops in Kosovo said on Wednesday that the situation in northern Kosovo was calm for the moment.
"We had a calm night. The situation has returned to normal," the deputy spokesman of NATO's KFOR peacekeeping mission Kai Gudenoge told AFP in Pristina.