PRISTINA: On Thursday evening an explosive device was thrown at Kosovo’s parliament building, a policeman said, adding that no losses occurred.
Two motorcyclists drove near the parliament building, fired a rocket spur grenade over it Kosovo media reported, but police did not give any report.
The parliament building is placed next to government building on the busy street in the centre of Pristina. Police sealed the area around the parliament after explosion takes place, Reuters witness reported.
In the past 10 months landlocked state 1.8 million facing problems rise in the political parties. Opposition MPs released tear gas inside the parliament several times in a protest over an EU-brokered harmony with Serbia giving more autonomy to Serb dominated municipalities. During same period Opposition supporters have fight with the police for several times.
On Thursday morning the Kosovo government asked the parliament to confirm a border agreement with Montenegro, it was doubtful by the opposition parties that have said it gives away some 8,000 hectares of Kosovo land.
Earlier on Thursday, A major opposition party called its supporters to protest against the border deal in front of the parliament, but the crowd quickly isolated because the issue was not put on the agenda.
Adopting a border deal with Montenegro is a requirement for Kosovo to get a visa-free travel system to the Schengen zone, as other countries in the region such as Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro and Serbia givin in the 2010.
In 2008, Kosovo declared independence from Serbia but, Kosovo declared independence from Serbia. It has signed a trade and political pact with the EU but it is still not recognized by five member states: Spain, Cyprus, Romania, Greece and Slovakia.