Serb European Movement in Kosovo and Metohija Chair Rada Trajkovic has said the President Aleksandar Vucic is slowing down the investigation into the murder of Oliver Ivanovic by “providing abolition to Milan Radoicic,” who is suspected by Kosovo prosecution of being involved in this case. Trajkovic made these remarks in RTV KIM broadcast “Dogovor” KoSSev portal reported.
Trajkovic went on saying that people who spoke differently than the authorities were being silenced and jeopardized as “preparation for other liquidations.” Trajkovic has, in her own words, filed lawsuits against President Vucic and Office for Kosovo and Metohija Director Marko Djuric, for, as she said, jeopardizing her personal safety. According to her, because of Ivanovic’s murder, no Serbian opposition representatives ran in the last elections for mayors in northern Kosovo.
Meanwhile, Srpska Lista (SL) has reacted to Trajkovic’s statement by saying that she “directly obstructs the investigation into the murder of Oliver Ivanovic.” In a press release, Srpska Lista alleged Trajkovic of “consciously routing the investigation in the direction desired by certain power centers” and of being “paid handsomely” for that.
The SL also said that Trajkovic was “slandering her own state and president” in someone else’s interest, without “ever condemning Pristina for staged indictments and unfounded detainment, anti civilization measures against Serbs and the abolishing of fundamental human rights,” TV Most reported.