Mesic on the aggression in Banjska: Its purpose was to incite war

The former Croatian president, Stipe Mesic, declares that the Serbian aggression in Banjska of Zvecan was prepared and some Serbian institutions were also part of it. For the latter, he adds that the terrorist group was equipped for provocation and war. In the interview for KosovaPress he criticizes the European Union for its approach and attitudes after September 24. The man who led Croatia for a decade as president, positively evaluates the actions taken by Kosovar institutions, as he considers that this situation would produce even more victims.

The former president of Croatia says that Kosovo is an idependent state and everyone should understand this fact.

After the Serbian aggression in Banjska of Zveçan, where the police officer Afrim Bunjaku was killed, Mesic considers that Kosovo should continue the dialogue.

The Croatian politician says that last week in Zagreb he met with the head of state, Vjosa Osmani, where he emphasizes that she has a realistic approach to European politics.

The same assessments are not available for the countries of the bloc, where he emphasizes that the leadership of the European Union is making a mistake.

In the interview for KosovaPress, Mesic comments on the aggression of the Serbian terrorist group in Banjska of Zveçan, where he says that it was prepared and that several institutions are also involved.

After the aggression of September 24 in the north of the country, where sergeant Afrim Bunjaku was killed, the former Croatian president positively comments on the actions taken by Kosovo’s institutions.

In the early hours of the morning of September 24, the sergeant of the Kosovo Police, Afrim Bunjaku, was killed, while other policemen were also wounded.

The serious incident took place in the village of Banjska in Zveçan, where Serbian terrorists attacked the police patrol.