Serbian gendarme detained by Pristina's police released after questioning

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - A member of the Serbian Gendarmerie who was detained at the Jarinje administrative crossing on Friday has been released from a police station in the south of Kosovska Mitrovica after several hours of questioning, the regional deputy chief of the so-called Kosovo Police told Tanjug.

He said the gendarme, identified by the initials A C, had been detained this morning for "making video footage and photos without authorisation."

According to media reports, the gendarme is a resident of Lesak, a village in the north Kosovo municipality of Leposavic, and works in Kraljevo, central Serbia.

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