Kosovo’s Interior Minister Xhelal Svecla released a video showing that Serbian List Vice President Milan Radojičić was part of the terrorist group.
He said that this is clear evidence that the Serbian List, which is supported by the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić, is behind the terrorist attack.
“This one in the footage below is Milan Radojčić, vice president of the Serbian List, which is also blacklisted by the United States and the United Kingdom. The main criminal Radojičić was the leader of this terrorist group and the attack that killed policeman Afrim Bunjaku. This is another proof of his terrorist activities against the Republic of Kosovo. The Vice President of the Serbian List is the leader of the terrorist attack and the terrorist group. The map of the terrorist attack becomes clearer every day: Aleksandar Vučić, through the Serbian List and it through its Vice-President Radoičić, carried out the terrorist action against the legal and constitutional order of the Republic of Kosovo and tried to destabilize our Republic. So Serbian List sees its involvement in Kosovo only in terrorist terms. They failed. Meanwhile, the days of mourning announced today by Serbia and Lista Serbe are already the seal of authorship of this organization,” wrote Svecla.
Svecla confirmed yesterday that documents of Milan Radoičić were also found in the vehicles seized in Banjska.
“In these materials we have also found documents of the criminal Milan Radoičić, who is also on the US blacklist. These documents prove his connection or direct involvement in this action,” Svecla told journalists at the presentation of the weapon, which there was seized yesterday in the north.
Before Svecla, Bosnian media “Istraga” also wrote about the presence of Radojičić and reported that the vice president of the Serbian List was among the injured attackers in Banjska, Zvecan.
According to “Istraga” media, Milan Radoičić, who has been wanted by Kosovo authorities for a long time and is on the U.S. blacklist, is in Serbia and is being treated in hospital.
The media reported that he tried to contact Radojičić several times, but at first an unknown person who answered his phone said that “it was not Radojičić,” while the same person later claimed that Radoičić was fine.
Radojičić was elected vice president of the Serbian List in 2018, a few months after the assassination of the Serb politician from Kosovo, Oliver Ivanovic.
Vucic has worked with Radojičić on his policies in northern Kosovo.
On February 2 of this year, Radojičić attended an extraordinary session in the Serbian Parliament. Serbian President Vucic was also invited there. He was seen shaking Radojičić’s hand.
In December 2021, the U.S. Treasury Department imposed sanctions on Radojičić as well as Zvonko Veselinovic, his brother Zarko, and ten other individuals associated with them.
The clarification stated that Radoičić was Zvonko Veslinovic’s deputy and leader of an organized criminal group when Veslinovic has been withdrawn for some time.
It was also alleged that Radojičić was responsible for smuggling weapons to Veselinovic’s organized crime group. Radojičić has not declared himself to these charges./The Geopost/