Kosova

Kurti visits the families of three policemen kidnapped by Serbian forces

Kurti visits the families of three policemen kidnapped by Serbian forces

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, today visited the families of three Kosovo policemen kidnapped yesterday by Serbian forces on the border with Serbia, Beqir Sefa, Rifat Zeka and Shemë Mustafa.

In Mitrovica, he was welcomed by Shema Mustafa's family members, including his brother, also a border policeman. "The family members appreciated the support from the institutions of the Republic of Kosovo and from the people, which is easing their burden", the announcement states.

In the village of Peran in the Municipality of Podujeva, Kurti was received by the family members of Beqir Sefa, among whom was his son, who is also a member of the Kosovo Police in Pristina and engaged in the Task Force in the north.

"The Prime Minister informed the families that the Liaison Office of the Republic of Kosovo in Serbia is in contact with the institutions there, in an effort to get as soon as possible and as much information as possible about the condition of the kidnapped policemen", the announcement continues.

In the village of Letanc in the Municipality of Podujeva, Kurti continued with the visit to Rifat Zeke's family. He expressed his support and solidarity with the family.

"The Prime Minister reiterated that the Republic of Kosovo is within its rights and that the evidence possessed by the country's institutions documents that the Kosovo Police officials were within the territory of the Republic. The policemen were on duty, fighting smuggling, in that part where 16 illegal roads were closed earlier. The family members expressed their gratitude for the visit and the care shown, and emphasized their full trust in the institutions of the Republic of Kosovo", the announcement also states.

Kurti visits the families of three policemen kidnapped by Serbian forces

Kurti visits the families of three policemen kidnapped by Serbian forces