Exclusive: Kosovo Intelligence Agency and Police know who killed Oliver Ivanovic


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Killing of the Kosovo Serb leader, Oliver Ivanovic, who was gunned down in 
front of his SDP Party headquarters in Mitrovica North, is likely to be solved 
soon. “The KIA and Kosovo Police, possess information on who pulled the trigger 
and the motives behind this this killing,” a reliable source told Gazeta 
Express. “Maybe they don’t have all the information, to order the arrest of the 
alleged perpetrators, but there is a lead,” a source told Express noting 
however that the KIA and Police are careful not to damage the investigation. 
“It is very likely that the security institutions have already informed 
political leaders, in both Kosovo and Serbia related to their findings,” the 
source said.  

Oliver Ivanovic was killed on 16 January in front of his party’s headquarters. 
Only days before he was gunned down with six bullets by unknown perpetrators, 
Ivanovic told media in Belgrade the he was not feeling safe. Strained relations 
of Ivanovic with the Government in Belgrade, and Serbian president Aleksandar 
Vucic, were tense. The Government during general and local elections in Kosovo 
held in 2017 have openly supported the Srpska List, hampering other political 
parties gathering Serbs in Kosovo. Media in Serbia have reported that only days 
before Ivanovic’s killing he sent an SMS to President Vucic, but he received no 
answer on his concerns. Media continue speculations on alleged perpetrators of 
Ivanovic’s killing.  


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