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Serbian politician fatally shot in Kosovo

Post Neon Knight on Tue 16 Jan - 23:01

http://www.dw.com/en/serb-politician-oliver-ivanovic-gunned-down-in-kosovo/a-42162269

Prominent Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic was killed in the ex-Serbian province of Kosovo as representatives of Belgrade and Pristina were set to meet in Brussels. The murder stands to aggravate the simmering conflict.

The 64-year-old Ivanovic was shot in the Serbian area of Kosovska Mitrovica, the city divided between Albanians and Serbs, on Tuesday morning. According to Ivanovic's lawyer, Nebojsa Vlajic, the attacker used a pistol and shot Ivanovic five times in front of his office. Other sources reported the attacker opened fire from a moving vehicle. "He was taken to the hospital right away," the lawyer told the Serbian daily Blic. "The doctors tried to revive him, but he could not be saved." . . .

Igor Soltes, the EU Parliament Rapporteur on Kosovo, warned that incidents like these could destabilize security in the region. The peaceful situation "could break down very quickly" he told DW. "I think it's crucial that everyone on both sides respond soberly and reasonably and attempt to reduce any tensions through dialogue, which could otherwise lead to violence." EU spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic called on all sides "to show calm and restraint."


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Re: Serbian politician fatally shot in Kosovo

Post Magyar Lány on Wed 7 Feb - 23:39

@Neon Knight wrote:http://www.dw.com/en/serb-politician-oliver-ivanovic-gunned-down-in-kosovo/a-42162269

Prominent Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic was killed in the ex-Serbian province of Kosovo as representatives of Belgrade and Pristina were set to meet in Brussels. The murder stands to aggravate the simmering conflict.

The 64-year-old Ivanovic was shot in the Serbian area of Kosovska Mitrovica, the city divided between Albanians and Serbs, on Tuesday morning. According to Ivanovic's lawyer, Nebojsa Vlajic, the attacker used a pistol and shot Ivanovic five times in front of his office. Other sources reported the attacker opened fire from a moving vehicle. "He was taken to the hospital right away," the lawyer told the Serbian daily Blic. "The doctors tried to revive him, but he could not be saved." . . .

Igor Soltes, the EU Parliament Rapporteur on Kosovo, warned that incidents like these could destabilize security in the region. The peaceful situation "could break down very quickly" he told DW. "I think it's crucial that everyone on both sides respond soberly and reasonably and attempt to reduce any tensions through dialogue, which could otherwise lead to violence." EU spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic called on all sides "to show calm and restraint."


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