NATO soldiers attacked Serbian demonstrators in Kosovo with stun grenades and tear gas. Over 30 people were reported to have been injured. The demonstrators are pro-Serbia in Kosovo, which considers itself independent from Serbia. NATO and most Western states consider Kosovo independent too but in the city of Zvecan, most residents are Serbian and were protesting recent elections of ethnic Albanian mayors. The elections had a paltry 4% turnout. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic addressed the violence and traveled to Kosovo on Monday. He warned that the prime minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, was stoking NATO interference because “he longs and dreams of being a [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky.” Alexsandar Pavic is an independent journalist joining us from Serbia’s capital of Belgrade to help us understand this conflict in context.