Kosovo prosecutors have sent the envelopes with votes cast in Serbia to a laboratory outside the country for analysis, Radio Free Europe reported.
Envelopes containing votes cast in Serbia for the Kosovo parliamentary elections were claimed to have caused allergic reactions among members of the Central Election Commission. The envelopes were quarantined pending an investigation.
“A laboratory has been found in a European country and samples were sent for analysis. We will make the results public once we get them,” Prosecutor Artan Grantoli told the station. He refused to specify the country where the envelopes were sent.
The votes in those envelopes were brought into Kosovo and posted to the Central Election Commission from a post office in Pristina. They have not been counted yet.