KP launched an investigation due to another graffiti reading „When the army returns to Kosovo“ , which now appeared in the municipality of Zvecan

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The Kosovo police launched another investigation on Thursday into graffiti that read „When the army returns to Kosovo“ which appeared in the municipality of Zvecan.

The Kosovo Police confirmed that that message was found written on several houses in one of the villages in this municipality.

The police spotted the messages while patrolling around noon yesterday.

The authors of these inscriptions remain unknown so far, they added.

„During patrolling, the police units noticed that, by the hitherto unknown suspect(s), several inscriptions with motives of inciting hatred were made on the walls of several houses,“ the KP said in a statement.

A case of „inciting hatred, division and intolerance“ was launched, making this the third such case so far in the north.

Inscriptions with the same messages were previously seen in Zubin Potok, as well as in North Mitrovica.

„When the army returns to Kosovo“ graffiti appears in N.Mitrovica; KP opens a case of „inciting hatred“

In the past two months, the message „When the army returns to Kosovo“ appeared in several cities in Serbia proper, but also in Republika Srpska and Montenegro.

The same message was also found on the fans’ stands. The line is a verse from one of the versions of the Serbian folk song „Ječam žnjela“.



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