Serbian returnees in KiM once again a target of attack
Unidentified persons shot tonight in the direction of Serb returnees' houses in the village of Zac near Istok, at a time Kosovo police patrol was there, said to RTS one of the returnees Veljko Komatović. KFOR troops have arrived in the village.
One of the returnees in the village of Zac, near Istok, Veljko Komatović told RTS that unknown persons shot tonight in the direction of Serb returnees' houses in the village, at a time when the patrol of Kosovo police was visiting the returnees.
Komatović said that prior to the shooting there was an attack by a group of people with stones at the house of Drljević family. The attack was reported to the police, which sent a patrol to perform the investigation on site.
"While the police were investigating what happened, aproximatelly at 20h there were sounds of gunshots coming from the nearby meadows.
According to him, the police headed to investigate the ground where the gunshots were coming from, and in the meantime KFOR soldiers arrived.
13 [Serbian] returnee families live in Zac and they are a constant target of attacks and intimidation.
The latest attack on the Serbian returnees home in this village was in the beginning of August, when unknown persons opened fire with automatic weapons. In the shooting there were no injured.