Three Serbs were injured in the village of Petric, after they were attacked by Albanian population, Serbian media reported.
According to Serbian media, group of Albanians, previously dispersed by the Kosovo Police gathered again and surrounded displaced Serbs who managed to reach the Church of Holly Trinity in the village, although Albanians blocked the road during the morning.
Following a ceremonial part, an attack occurred, targeting those who were in the yard and around the church.
According to Blic, Radoslav Kizic sustained serious injuries in the head, and he is transferred to the Pec hospital. His brother Nemanja Kizic (20 years old) was also injured and President of Klina Provisional Council, Bozidar Sarkovic.
Radio Gorazdevac also reported one Serb, B.Lj. was arrested under allegations of committing war crimes in 1999. Blic reported he was released afterwards, while RTS reported he is still kept in the police station. Police did not confirm this news.
“Albanians gathered and surrounded Serbs, attacking them and shouting derogatory words,” Radio Gorazdevac Editor, Darko Dimitrijevic said.
A group of displaced Serbs from the village of Petric intended to visit the remains of a demolished church, visit a graveyard in this village and mark Holly Trinity holiday, Serbian media reported.