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The prosecution confirms: All those arrested in Banjska, citizens of Serbia
Written by SOT.COM.AL 25 Shtator 2023
Those arrested in Banjska of Zveçan, who are suspected of being part of yesterday's attack on the Kosovo Police, have Serbian citizenship, confirms the prosecutor of the Special Prosecutor's Office of Kosovo, Naim Abazi. "We don't have other citizens", he says for Radio Free Europe. He adds that some of the arrested, in addition to Serbian citizenship, also have Kosovo documents, but he does not specify how many of them have such.
According to him, all of them are still in the process of interrogation. On September 24, a member of the Kosovo Police was killed when gunmen, about 30 people, attacked police units in the village of Banjské - a predominantly Serbian area in the north of Kosovo. In the ensuing clashes between the armed group and law enforcement, four attackers were killed and six people suspected of being linked to them were arrested, authorities confirmed. They did not say whether the other gunmen fled.
The Special Prosecutor's Office of Kosovo said that the arrestees have already been detained for 48 hours and that they are suspected of a number of crimes, including "attack against the constitutional order of the Republic of Kosovo", "preparation of terrorist acts" and "unlicensed possession of weapons ". Speaking at a press conference on Monday, the director general of the Kosovo Police, Gazmend Hoxha, said that investigations into the arrested are continuing. "As for the identification of the persons who were present, a great deal is being done, but, for the moment, we cannot share the information in this regard with the public", said Hoxha. The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, and his Minister of the Interior, Xhelal Sveçla, accused official Belgrade of orchestrating the attack in Banjska.