The Prosecution of Kosovo is carrying on with the investigations after the reporting of allergic reactions of more than twenty officials who opened the ballot envelopes which arrived from Serbia. Eleven of them requested medical care and are hospitalized.
Kujtim Munishi, Chief Prosecutor at Pristina Basic Prosecution told Radio Free Europe that all investigating steps have been undertaken and that they are waiting for the results of the analysis.
“Based on what we have seen, we have decided for the analyses to take place outside of the country, therefore, it is too early and I might be wrong on what I am about to say. The analyses have to be completed out of the country because we do not have a laboratory which would commence thorough analyses, as required right now,” Munishi said. However, he was not able to say where would the samples be sent.
“We are working to find the place, but it is too early for this right now,” he said.
Kosovo’s Public Health Institute and Kosovo’s Infectious Disease Clinic have not yet come out with the results of the analyses of the 11 hospitalised officials on Sunday, 13 October. According to the doctors, their situation is sustainable.