Several injured people were transferred from the hospital in Novi Pazar to larger institutions in Serbia
The Serbs injured in the conflict with the Kosovo police in the village of Banjska in the north of Kosovo received first aid at the General Hospital in Novi Pazar, after which they were transferred to other health facilities in Serbia, the MIA correspondent from Belgrade reported.
As N1 announced, men aged 26 and 29 were observed in intensive care at the surgical department of the hospital in Novi Pazar. One was admitted with gunshot wounds in the arm and leg, while the other was shot in the chest, but did not have a gunshot wound because he was protected by body armor.
The newspaper "Danas" reported that as of yesterday afternoon the two men injured in Banjska are no longer in the hospital in Novi Pazar and have been transferred to a larger health facility, most likely to the Military Medical Academy (MMA) of Banjica in Belgrade.
"Danas" states that on Monday between 12:13 and XNUMX:XNUMX p.m., another injured person with a gunshot wound in the leg was brought in accompanied by the police. After the assistance provided, he was also transferred to another health facility.
On Sunday, the media reported that there was a visible police presence in front of the surgical department of the hospital in Novi Pazar, which is not the case today.
Kosovo's Minister of Internal Affairs, Djeljalj Svechlja, stated that there are six injured attackers in the hospital in Novi Pazar and asked the Serbian authorities to deliver them.
The general hospital in Novi Pazar is the health facility on the territory of the Republic of Serbia that is closest to the place in Kosovo where the incident happened.
From Serbia, you can walk on forest roads to the center of Banjska, and there are no official border crossings with Kosovo on that route. There are two houses at the top of Rogozna, but that crossing never became official and is considered illegal.