The Russian-Serbian secret service involved in the Kosovo-Romania match

The Russian-Serbian secret service is believed to be involved in the behavior of the Romanian fans on September 12, where the match between Kosovo and Romania took place, in which banners with the inscription “Kosova is Serbia” and “Serbia is Romania” were seen.

From the Octopus Institute, they consider that the main purpose of these banners was to provoke the Kosovo National Team, while emphasizing that UEFA should be tougher in decision-making.

The senior researcher at the Octopus Institute, Taulant Elshani, told KosovaPress that during the research, they have identified sufficient elements that lead to the suspicion that the Russian-Serbian secret service is involved in the display and content of these banners.

Elshani emphasized that the way the Romanian fans acted in this match was very similar to the behavior of the Serbian fans.

Meanwhile, Elshani considers that the purpose of these inscriptions was to provoke the Kosovo National Team, while adding that UEFA should have been tougher on the actions of the Romanian fans.

Otherwise, the match between Kosovo and Romania, which was held on September 12, was valid for the qualifications for the European Championship “Germany 2024”.