BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:50 P.M.) – The Kosovar special forces reportedly invaded a disputed territory with Serbia, today, seizing control of the Gazivode Dam and its surrounding area.

According to local reports, the Kosovar special forces took control of this dam while their president, Hashim Thaci, visited the northern part of Gazivode Lake.

In response, the Serbian military was placed on the highest alert by their central command.

No further details have been released thus far.

Serbia maintains that the lake belongs to them, despite objections from Kosovar regime.

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prince teutonic

Even NDF would beat the s**t out of these “special forces”…

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‘Kosovar special forces’ w*f some policemen with AK-47, they are just fo laugh

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Oh, fück, enough with the Balkan shït! They’re near as boring as the Fakestinians.

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est338lapua

all those JewSIS exfiltrated from D. Ezzor have just arrivrd in Kosovo for a seconf row of terrorism ,but this time around wont be so easy for the alabanian jihadi trash , Russ wont allow a Noth Atlantic Terrorist Organization to bomb civilians with impunityagain

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I wouldn’t be too surprised if we found some IRGC creep implied, in order to divert attention from Khamenei’s incoming spanking…