Kosovo Court revokes arrest warrant for Serb politician suspected of being involved in killing of a rival politician
A court in Pristina has revoked the arrest warrant against Milan
Radoicic, deputy head of the Srpska List, a political entity representing Kosovo
Serbs. Radoicic was wanted by Kosovo authorities suspected of being involved in
killing of the Kosovo Serb political leader, Oliver Ivanovic, who was gunned
down in Mitrovica North in January 2018.
According to media in Kosovo, the Basic Court in Pristina has approved a
request of the Special Prosecution of the Republic of Kosovo (SPRK) to revoke
the arrest notice issued in 2020 suspected of committing criminal charges as
member of an organized criminal group being involved in killing of Ivanovic, who
was leader of the Civic Initiative Freedom, Democracy Justice, considered as
rival to the Srpska List which is under Belgrade’s control.