Opposition lawmakers in Kosova used tear gas in the parliament on Thursday and interrupted a parliamentary session to protest coalition government and its EU-brokered deal with Serbia and Montenegro.
After the incident, speaker of the parliament Kadri Veseli suspended the session.
It was not the first-time opposition lawmakers organized such protests. They used tear gas canisters nine times since September.
Opposition lawmakers also disrupted the parliament with whistles and water bottles to protest against an agreement between Kosovo and Serbia giving special autonomous powers for Serb minority.
The opposition lawmakers also refused a border demarcation deal with Montenegro.
Last month, they opposed the election of the new president in parliament and also have contested it at the constitutional court.
Thousands had protested in Kosovo's capital Pristina last month and called the government's resignation over deals with Serbia and snap elections.