23 March 2007

Kosovo Serbs say terrorist group active in Serb areas

BBC Monitoring International Reports - December 8, 2006 Friday


Text of report by Bosnian Serb news agency SRNA


Belgrade, 8 December: Neither UNMIK [UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo] nor the Kosovo police have issued a statement about several armed attacks on civilian and police vehicles in the areas of Srbica and Klina [in Kosovo] carried out by unidentified terrorist groups last week, says a statement issued today by the Kosovska Mitrovica-based Coordination Centre and published by in the International Press Centre [in Belgrade].


The statement says that four masked terrorist stopped a passenger vehicle and then open fire from automatic weapons in the evening of 1 December in the village of Vocnjak on the Srbica-Klina road.


"Although at least four missiles hit the vehicle, the driver managed to escape the terrorists," the statement says.


It adds that according to the available information, the terrorists wore uniforms, and some reports say these were the Kosovo Protection Corps uniforms with OVK [Kosovo Liberation Army] insignia.


The statement says that terrorist opened fire on a Kosovo Protection Corps vehicle and injured a policemen in the village of Zli Potok on the same road around 0700 [0600 gmt] on 4 December.


"The remaining policemen then - on who knows whose orders - overturned the vehicle and reported that it was involved in a road accident, which is obviously an attempt to cover up the truth about Albanian terrorism in Kosovo-Metohija," the statement stresses.


Source: SRNA news agency, Bijeljina, in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian 1248 gmt 8 Dec 06