The Hague based Specialist Prosecutor’s Office has ended the first day of questioning of former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) commander, Rrustem Mustafa.
Former KLA commander of the Llapi region Rrustem Mustafa is the first to appear before international prosecutors tasked to investigate and prosecutor alleged crimes committed by the KLA during and after the war in Kosovo. Mustafa has appeared on Monday at 10:00hrs before a special prosecutor and his interviewing has started at noon. Leaving the Specialist Chambers offices at The Hague, Mustafa has refused to address to the media. Reportedly his questioning will continue on Tuesday, Gazeta Express reports. Remi who on Sunday travelled to Hague told media that he has been summoned as “suspect witness” by Specialist Prosecutor’s Office. He was summoned on 5 December. In addition to Remi, on Monday an international prosecutor travelled to Pristina to interview another ex-KLA member, Sabahudin Cena for his activities as former member of KLA of Pasthrik region. On Wednesday, another former senior KLA commander, Sami Lusthaku, will appear before international prosecutors.