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Voting in the north without incidents, the found Kalashnikovs have nothing to do with the voting process
The acting director of the Kosovo Police for the northern region, Veton Elshani, has said that no incident has been recorded so far regarding the voting process. Speaking to reporters, he described the security situation as calm, stable, but also delicate, considering the developments that have taken place in the north over the past few years. According to him, today the police found two Kalashnikovs, some cartridges and magazines in an uninhabited house, but as he said, they are not related to the voting process. Elshani announced that there is a suspect in the case, but did not provide details. https://www.youtube.com/watch?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTAAAR2XxoyxmCo9Z8kbc-eeY-UXuG9rLxZ0SkgiNr1vzWxVSPHQiyPVUTXwCGw_aem_Af9lA3d46GinobB5Px58CjVOaFl9X8o3HSCuY5YTV9SWmevYtjR9O-KIY9ujddhEupfMfLcWj1C4LTwJW6HRNUYY&v=zqr1HGDS8WE&feature=youtu.be
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