The head of the Kosovo MIA, Xhelal Svecla, continued to present alleged evidence of the connection between the Serbian state and the attack in the village of Banjska that took place on Sunday when a Kosovo policeman and several alleged attackers were killed.
Today, on his Facebook profile, Svecla shared a paper which, as he pointed out in the description of the post, the Serbian Army reportedly gave to this group concerning the handover of the grenade launcher, which the police confiscated on the same day.
The paper in question resembles a packing list from a crate: A document issued from the army reserve with M93 markings.
At first glance, the factory number 201 of the M93 33mm grenade launcher as listed in this document, which is on the record under the number 59056, numbered 4987/1, matches the marking on the picture of this weapon, which Svecla published, claiming that it is part of the seized arsenal in Banjska.
Otherwise, the packing list contains three signatures: the manager of TMS (Maintenance of Technical Material Assets) with the name „Duško Vasiljević“, the referent „Rade Djurović“ and the head of the service „Dejan Ćendić“, with the alleged seal of the Defence Ministry of Serbia (Military Technical Overhaul Institute from Cacak).
„The evidence of the official connection between the state of Serbia and the terrorist group that killed the police officer Afrim Bunjaku and the preparation of actions against the constitutional order with the aim of destabilizing the Republic of Kosovo keeps coming. This document is the confirmation given by the Serbian Army to the group regarding the handover of the grenade launcher, which was then confiscated by the Kosovo Police in an operation on September 24. What we have continuously stated, we now support with indisputable facts and documents that the state of Serbia politically, financially, and logistically supports these terrorist groups,“ claims Svecla.
Contrary to his statements, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić rejected on Sunday evening any connection between the attack in Banjska and the state of Serbia and its security institutions.
He was the first to announce that it was Serbs from the north who „rebelled because they did not want to suffer Kurti’s terror and fell for his provocations.“
Three days ago, Kosovo forces seized an arsenal of weapons that they claim came from Serbia with an estimated value of 5 million euros, and at the same time noted that they are looking for more weapons, adding that they are still counting the seized ammunition.
„Weapons cannot be found on the black market, these are weapons of the Serbian army, they were produced in 2021. There are mines that were produced in 2022. They are not remnants of the wars of the 90s. The value of all the weapons is around 5 million euros,“ Svecla told Euronews Albania yesterday.
Twenty-four vehicles, mostly jeeps, including one whose value is unofficially estimated at 1.5 million euros, two armored vehicles, two all-terrain vehicles, mostly loaded with weapons, along with other military and logistical equipment were seized in Banjska.
Some of the vehicles had fake KFOR markings, and the Kosovo authorities explained that they used them to smuggle weapons into Kosovo.
„Heavy caliber rifle (30 mm nitro launcher), three heavy caliber weapons (three-barrel), two rifles (machine guns), sniper (black spear 12.7 mm), mortar (82 mm), twenty-two rifles (AK 47), one automatic rifle (RPZ), two guns, two revolvers, a hand grenade, 74 cartridges for (AK 47), nine bulletproof vests, a radio connection, eight military bags and six military uniforms“ – these are some of the seized equipment.
Inside the walls of the monastery, as the Diocese itself announced before the police, several pieces of weapons and body armor were found.
The police explained that they found two AK-47 rifles, and a Kosovo Police bulletproof vest, allegedly taken from the scene where police sergeant Afrim Bunjaku was killed in an ambush on September 24, when the conflict between the police and armed uniformed groups broke out.
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