Kosovo’s law enforcement opens fire at local protestors

(MENAFN) Serbian Leader Aleksandar Vucic stated on Monday that a Police officer in Kosovo started shooting on protesting Serbs with an assault rifle before conflicts started happening in its ethnic-Serb conquered northern towns.

Vucic, on the other hand, declined reports of the shooting incident by the NATO-led peacekeeping assignment Kosovo Force (KFOR).

He claimed that ''a Kosovo Police officer opened fire with an automatic rifle at the Serbs, hitting at least one person before the Serbs responded with stones.” The president also noted that 52 Serbs were wounded in the conflicts, as three of them were badly injured.

Recently, NATO, the European Union as well as the United States advised the Kosovo government to departure the special law enforcement units from the northern cities.

Vucic claimed that Igor Simic, the deputy chief of the Serb List party, also Goran Rakic, the leader of the party, were in the first row of the protesters when the law enforcement forces began attacking them, and Dragisa Milovic, an additional Serb politician in Kosovo, dealt with massive wounds.



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