​After Radojicic's threats, people with Russian symbols unfurl Serbian flags in the north
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On Thursday, unknown persons dressed in shirts with Russian symbols unfurled Serbian flags at the student dormitory in the north of Mitrovica.

These flags have been placed exactly in the place where they previously wrote nationalist slogans through which they called for the return of the Serbian army to Kosovo.

KosovaPress learns that the persons in question are not known to the locals in North Mitrovica and that some of them wore the symbol of Russian military aggression in Ukraine, the letter "Z" on their jerseys.

This event took place immediately after the threats of the sanctioned US official, Milan Radojicic, to the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, after the September 14 meeting in Brussels.

"Albin Kurti, like all conquerors, you can do what you want, but not as much as you want. Time will tell who will suffer and pay in the end. Long live Serbia! Long live the Serbian people", threatened Radojiqiç on the official page of the Serbian List on Facebook.

https://kosovapress.com/admin/kur-ushtria-te-kthehet-ne-kosove-vazhdojne-grafitet-kercenuese-te-serbeve/

Otherwise, KosovaPress has reported several times about nationalist slogans in the north, about which the Kosovo Police has also announced.

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