Serbia: After two tragedies, new reports of bombs in more than 100 schools in the territory of Belgrade – BBC News in Serbian

Two weeks after the mass murders in an elementary school in Belgrade and near Mladenovac, a suburban Belgrade municipality, where 17 people, mostly children and young people, were killed, more than 100 elementary and secondary schools in the territory of Belgrade received anonymous reports of bombs by electronic means on Wednesday morning. .

The Ministry of Education announced that 78 primary and 37 secondary schools in Belgrade municipalities received reports.

Students and employees have been evacuated, added the statement sent to the BBC Serbian newsroom.

“In order to ensure the safety of students and employees, classes in the first shift were interrupted until the end of the police check, and some schools have already been inspected and classes are taking place in them without problems.

“Schools will inform students and their parents through regular communication channels about all relevant information for classes.

“In communication with the MUP, the school principals will receive information when the school will be inspected and make a decision for the afternoon shift,” the Ministry of Education said in a statement.

Anonymous bomb reports are not rare and have almost become a trend in recent years, not only in Serbia, but also in the Balkan region.

So far, all these reports have been found to be false.

Among the schools that have been alerted is the Elementary School “Vuk Karadžić” in the center of Belgrade, and from this educational institution parents have been told not to bring their children to class, it was confirmed for the BBC.

notice for parents

The media report that reports of alleged bombs also arrived at the “Drinka Pavlović” Elementary School in Belgrade.

Police teams are in all schools that received these reports, he says RTS.

These reports further disturbed the students’ parents, especially after the unprecedented tragedy when the 13-year-old, as reported in the investigation so far, entered the school with his father’s weapon. killed nine students and a school guardand injured six other students and a history teacher.

Immediately after this tragedy, the authorities decided to deploy more than 1,000 police officers in schools in Serbia.

The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, said that he is convinced that this will significantly increase safety in schools, that peer violence will be reduced by 80 percent, and that parents will be calmer when sending their children to school.

What does the Criminal Code say?

Article 343: Causing panic and disorder

(1) Whoever, by presenting or spreading false news or assertions, causes panic, or seriously disturbs public order or peace, or frustrates or significantly hinders the implementation of decisions and measures of state bodies or organizations exercising public powers, shall be punished with imprisonment from three months to three years and a fine by punishment.

(2) If the offense referred to in paragraph 1 of this article was committed through the means of public information or similar means or at a public meeting, the perpetrator shall be punished with imprisonment from six months to five years.

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