The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, has stated that Milan Radoicic "will have to respond" to the invitation of the competent state bodies. This is Vucic's first reaction after Radoicic took responsibility for organizing the attack in Banjska i Zvecani.
Sergeant Afrim Bunjaku was killed in this attack, while three Serbs were also killed in the clash with the Police.
"I'm sure the authorities have reason to ask questions, and whether the prosecutor will prosecute him and for what crime, that's not a question for me. It is a question for the prosecutor and other competent state bodies", said Vucic.
"If anyone thought that he [Radoicic] would run away or hide, he won't," he added.
He also assessed that Radoicic is "proud" of his role in the armed attack and that "he and the boys who participated in it [the attack], see it [the attack] in a different way".
"I don't think anyone has the right to kill someone, some questions will have to be asked, maybe he didn't have a role in that part, so the prosecutor will find something else, or he won't find anything, this is a question for the prosecution. I know that the police must collect information, then the prosecutor comes and makes a decision", said Vuçiçi.
On September 29, Millan Radoicic, who said he is resigning from Lista Serbe - the main party of Serbs in Kosovo that enjoys the support of Belgrade - admitted through his lawyer that he organized and participated in the attack in Banjska.
Earlier, the authorities in Kosovo have published evidence, such as a video recorded by a drone, where Radoicic was seen armed and wearing a uniform in Banjska.
Kosovo, through a resolution approved in the Assembly, has called for an international investigation into Serbia regarding its role in this attack.
The attack on the Kosovo Police has been strongly condemned by the United States and the European Union. /REL