Three people lost their lives on Friday evening in Gllogjan of Deçan, after a shooting with a firearm happened, in the direction of a bus which was carrying students.
After this attack, the Kosovo Police and Prosecution said that they are working to solve this case.
However, officials and the media in Serbia have continued their propaganda, calling this a terrorist attack.
The Chief of Cabinet of the Presidency of Kosovo, Blerim Vela, also reacted to these allegations, describing them as false narratives by the Serbian regime.
“Misinformation warning: A self-proclaimed counterterrorism expert, who is Dodik’s payroll, propagates #Serbia’s regime false narratives about the tragic attack in Gllogjan. The attack wasn’t terrorism related, and our Police is working to bring asap the perpetrator (s) to justice”, Vela reacted on his Twitter profile.
⛔️ Disinformation alert: a self-proclaimed counterterrorism expert who is on Dodik’s payroll propagates #Serbia’s regime false narrative about tragic attack in Gllogjan.
The attack wasn’t terrorism related, and our Police is working to bring asap the perpetrator(s) to justice. pic.twitter.com/XZYwPaKA2M
— Blerim Vela (@Blerim_Vela) November 27, 2021
Journalist Albert Spahiu also reacted, saying that this propaganda is against the image of Kosovo and that it is not the first time that this misinformation comes from Serbia, supported by Russia.
“Serbian propagandists says that the attack in Gllogjan / Deçan is ‘terror state’, but this to #disinformation against #Kosova image – is not the first time from Serbia for spreading this false narrative, and sponsored by Russia”, it is said in Spahiu’s reaction in Twitter
#Serbian propagandists says that #attack in #Gllogjan/Deçan it is “terror state”, but this is to #disinformation against #Kosova ?? image – it is not the first time from #Serbia ?? for spreading this fake narrative, and sponsored by #Russia ?? pic.twitter.com/hzsfulRNUJ
— Albert Spahiu (@albertspahiu) November 27, 2021
The attack was condemned by top state officials and representatives of the international community in the country.