He added that the Serious Crime Department of the Pristina Basic Court is going to implement the mentioned order.
He confirmed for the Pristina based Klan Kosova TV that two people were arrested and that a search for a third person is underway.
He identified the third individual as Zeljko Bojic.
Rebic stressed that Belgrade is prepared to intervene if an exodus of the Serb people happens, adding that he is convinced that international community won't allow it.
"We are ready to react in case of the exodus of the Serb people, but we are convinced that international community will not allow it", Rebi stated for RTS.
They are suspected of being involved in the murder of Oliver Ivanovic, Pristina-based Kosovapress reports.
Reportedly, one of those arrested is a police investigator in the north of Kosovo and Metohija, Rade Basar, who has been investigating the murder of Oliver Ivanovic and is suspected of hiding evidence.
The reason for the incursion is unknown, reports Prva TV reporter. It is also unknown where they are currently located.
According to unofficial information, a Kosovo police officer has been detained in northern Kosovo. A correspondent from Prva TV from Pristina also reports that the local media have no additional information.
He pointed out that the only way to combat discrimination is to achieve a massive turnout in the October 6th elections.
Djuric told RTS that the Serbian List was forbidden to say "Serbia is calling," and others are not punished for saying that "Srpska List is a monster."