Russians attack Albanian soldiers with chemical weapons

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Albanian media reports that a serious incident took place last night at the weapons factory in the central part of the country, when four Russian citizens attacked Albanian soldiers with chemical weapons.

The Albanian “Top channel” reports that three soldiers were injured, and one of them is in a serious condition.

The two injured soldiers were identified as Aldo Bići and Ardian Čaka.

It is added that because a chemical was thrown into their eyes, there is a risk that they will lose their sight, so they were transferred to a hospital in Tirana.

“Top Kanal” states that three Russians were arrested by the police, and the fourth is being sought.

The incident was also reported by Reuters, citing the Albanian Ministry of Defense, which said that two soldiers were injured when they tried to stop two Russians and a man with Ukrainian citizenship from entering a military factory in central Albania.

“Soldiers guarding the factory reacted immediately, but during the attempt to stop the intruders, two soldiers were injured. Their condition is stable,” the Albanian ministry said in a statement.

The Ministry confirmed that they were arrested, and that factory used to make Russian “Kalashnikovs”.


Source: Vesti online by www.vesti-online.com.

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