Milan Radojicic, the vice-president of the Serbian minority party in Kosovo, is among the injured, suspected of yesterday's terrorist attack, the media in Kosovo report.
Although it is not officially confirmed, it is reported that he is already being treated at the Ushtra hospital in Belgrade.
It is also said that an entire hospital ward has been cordoned off for his care and he is believed to be out of danger.
The Kosovo Prosecutor's Office discovered among hundreds of heavy weapons a document belonging to Milan Radojicic, leading to speculation that he himself was among the 30 Serbian terrorists who tried to provoke war in the north of Kosovo.
Radojicic is wanted by Albanian justice, accused of killing the Serbian politician in Kosovo, Oliver Ivanovic, and is sanctioned by the United States of America.