The international police commission, Kai Vittrup, has admitted that he has received death threats from the mafia in Kosovo and that is the reason why his protection was recently stepped-up. Vittrup also mentioned that his wife had left Kosovo as part of a joint decision. This statement is interesting because Kosovo is classified as a non-family mission and family members are not supposed to be living here with staff or Civpols.
A few studies have come out on the fact that the local economy will suffer greatly after the UN closes the mission. UNMIK has spent 2.6 Billion Euros since the start of the mission in 1999. One media report went as far to claim that independence would result in a total collapse of the local economy. One of the problems identified is that should Serbia become hostile to an independent Kosovo, it would be difficult for the new Kosovo to export products or people because they would have to utilize roads through Serbia. You can read the full EU Pillar report on UNMIK's Impact on the Economy.