The Basic Court in Pristina issued an arrest warrant for the local politician and deputy leader of the Serb List, Milan Radoicic, for his alleged involvement in the assassination of Oliver Ivanovic – RTS reported, citing the Pristina media.
The case prosecutor, Syle Hoxhaj, confirmed to Kosovo daily, Gazeta Express that at the beginning of this week, at his request, the court issued an arrest warrant against Milan Radoicic, who is deputy head of the Kosovo Serb political entity – Srpska List which is backed by Belgrade.
He also confirmed that an international warrant is expected in a few days. Radoicic who is considered as the most powerful man in northern part of Kosovo, was a target of a Kosovo Police operation in November last year, but he managed to escape. The police have arrested three other people, Marko Rosic, who was a police officer, Nedeljko Spasojevic and Dragisa Mirkovic.
Two days after the police raid in the north Kosovo, Radoicic appeared in a public gathering in Belgrade. Hoxha told T7 television in an interview that all evidence suggest Radoicic was involved in Ivanovic’s killing, who was gunned down in front of his party’s office in Mitrovica North on 16th January 2018. Oliver Ivanovic, was former minister and former MP in Kosovo Parliament and was leader of the Civil Initiative, SDP.
(Vecernje Novosti, Gazeta Express, 24.01.2019)
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