Serbian and Russian media publish fake news on alleged arrests as Serbian President visits Kosovo

The news on alleged arrest of six Albanians in the village of Laplje Selo near Gracanica, inhabited by Serbs, published by the Russian media outlet Sputnik and reran by Serbian media is fake. The Kosovo Police confirmed to Gazeta Express that the situation appears stable and their officers have not confiscated any weapons as alleged by Sputnik. The news on alleged arrests has been published while Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic is visiting Kosovo and is expected to visit Laplje Selo in the afternoon hours.

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