Drone footage shows Serbian paramilitary forces training
The Serbian paramilitaries that attacked Kosovo police officers a week ago are said to have previously trained on Serbian territory. This was announced by Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti.
The exercises were held at the Serbian military base Kopaonik near the border and in Pasoljanski Livadi, one of the largest military training areas in Serbia.
According to Kurti, the attacks on Kosovo police officers are said to have occurred with the support of the Serbian state.
The Serbian assailants captured the drone footage themselves.
In addition, the training took place on a property owned by the Serbian politician and businessman of Kosovo origin, Milan Radojicic.
Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said on Twitter that Serbian paramilitaries Before the attack on Kosovo police officers They were trained on Serbian territory. He also posted drone footage there to show these exercises. “The attacks (on Kosovo police officers) occurred with the full support and planning of the Serbian state,” Kurti wrote.
Tensions are rising
Interior Minister Šilal Svekla explained, according to what was reported by the Koha Ditori newspaper in Kosovo, that the Serbian attackers took the drone footage themselves, and the Kosovo police confiscated it along with the weapons. The exercises were held at the Serbian military base Kopaonik near the border and in Pasoljanski Livadi, one of the largest military training areas in Serbia. In addition, training exercises were held at a property owned by Serbian politician and businessman in Kosovo Milan Radojicic, who claimed responsibility for the attack on Kosovo police officers.
New tensions between Serbia and Kosovo erupted a week ago due to the attack launched a week ago by a heavily armed Serbian commando group of 30 individuals on Kosovo police officers in the town of Banjska near Mitrovica in northern Kosovo. Three Serb attackers and a Kosovar police officer were killed.
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