Kosovo police special forces conducting raid in northern Kosovo.

The Kosovo police special forces conducted raids in North Mitrovica and Zvečan, leaving local Serbs worried and in fear. Eyewitnesses at the scene have reported that the Kosovo police special forces swiftly entered multiple locations, but the reasons behind these operations remain unknown.

VIDEO: Kosovo Police raid

In North Mitrovica, near the hospital, one of the raids took place at an apartment, while another was executed in the Bosniak Mahala neighborhood.

Simultaneously, a house in Zvecan was also subjected to a search operation.The press was met with restrictions and were not allowed to film or photograph.

In an earlier development today, a Serbian national identified as M.M. was apprehended in Leposavić. The detainment was allegedly linked to a social media photograph, posted some time ago, which featured the individual with a firearm. During the operation, a search of M.M.’s residence was conducted, but no firearms were discovered.


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