The Republic of Kosovo is the Government and Civil authority administering all of the region of Kosovo in the Balkan Peninsula of Southeastern Europe and is recognised as a sovereign state by 107 UN member states, though its status is disputed. Its largest city and capital is Pristina. Kosovo is landlocked and is bordered by the Republic of Macedonia to the south, Albania to the west and Montenegro to the northwest. The nature of the remaining line of demarcation is the subject of controversy — seen by proponents of Kosovan independence as the Kosovo-Serbia border and seen by opponents of the independence as the boundary between Central Serbia and the claimed Serbian Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija. Kosovo institutions have control over all of the country as the Brussels agreement abolished all Belgrade's institutions. Pristina now appoints the police commander of north Kosovo, upon proposal of the Kosovo Serb community, and has complete power in judicial matters.