Russian journalist Aslamova accused of espionage in Kosovo

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    The police of the self-proclaimed Kosovo detained the Russian journalist of Komsomolskaya Pravda Daria Aslamova and accused her of espionage. This was announced by the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kosovo, Celal Shvetsla.

    “Today, Daria Aslamova was detained at a checkpoint in the north. Several countries have proven that she was engaged in espionage for Russian military intelligence and that she acted under the guise of a journalist,” Celal Švecla wrote on Facebook (banned in Russia; owned by Meta Corporation, which is recognized as extremist in the Russian Federation).

    On the night of July 31, clashes broke out in Kosovo on the border with Serbia. The reason was that from August 1, all Serbs on the territory of the Republic of Kosovo were to be required to have temporary identity cards, and for citizens with Serbian documents and numbers, entry into this territory was to be closed. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister of the unrecognized Republic of Kosovo Albin Kurti accuse each other of fomenting the conflict.

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