Tear gas set off in Kosovo parliament - BBC News

This is the moment when opposition politicians set off tear gas canisters in Kosovo's parliament, prompting its evacuation.
The stunt was a bid to disrupt voting on a bill to ratify a border agreement with Montenegro - paving the way to EU visa-free travel and, it is hoped, eventual EU membership.

Kosovo's MPs have ratified a 2015 border agreement with Montenegro, fulfilling a key condition for gaining visa-free travel in the European Union.
The vote went ahead despite attempts by opposition politicians to prevent it by throwing tear gas in the chamber.


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(Source: BBC News, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=39aDkdRAwW8)