Numerous Serbian schools have received bomb threats amid worries related to the early-May mass killings


In response to the mass shootings in Serbia in early May, dozens of schools in Serbia have received bomb threats. The Serbian Security Information Agency (BIA) has been investigating the threats and taking measures to protect students and staff. The BIA has increased security at schools and heightened surveillance of potential threats.

Additionally, the Serbian government has been working to raise awareness of the issue and educate students and staff about security protocols. The government has also been encouraging schools to install security cameras and other safety measures to further protect their students.