Shots fired at Serb home in Kosovo

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KLINA – Unknown perpetrators fired shots last night at a Serb house in the Rudica village in Kosovo-Metohija’s Klina municipality, sources at Kosovo’s Ministry for Return and Communities told Tanjug.

No one was injured in the attack on Zarko Siljkovic’s family home, which has been reported to the Kosovo Police.

Two people, father and son, were inside at the time of the incident, which caused material damage, with four bullets hitting the wall of the house.

Rudica is home to about a dozen families of Serb returnees, who are frequently targeted by attacks in the Klina municipality.

The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Marko Djuric vehemently condemned the attack, urging Pristina to find the perpetrators as soon as possible.

The Serb families in Klina are the ones most frequently targeted by extremist and crime groups, and it is incomprehensible that police authorities in Kosovo-Metohija and the international community have not invested sufficient effort to stop the campaign of intimidation, a statement released by the Office quoted Djuric as saying.

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