Kosovo Serb wanted in connection with April riot surrenders to UN mission
Milan Ivanovic, Chairman of the Serb National Council for Northern Kosovo, turned himself in to the UNMIK Court this morning in Mitrovica, the Mission said.
Speaking from Montpelerin, Switzerland, UNMIK chief Michael Steiner welcomed the news and said that Mr. Ivanovic’s putting himself at the disposition of the legitimate UNMIK court was the "only proper way.”
Mr. Ivanovic had been declared wanted in July for his alleged involvement in a violent demonstration in Mitrovica, during which hand grenades and sniper attacks were used. Twenty-two police officers were wounded in the melee.