Journalist Vehbi Kajtazi says the President of Kosovo Hashim Thaci most likely will be invited by the Kosovo war crimes court within months. Kajtazi appearing in T7 program ‘Pressing’ says the most sever crimes in Kosovo are committed after the end of war in June 1999.
Kajtazi says the special war crimes court, established to investigate and try alleged crimes committed by the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), is meaningless if Thaci is not invited to explain his role as political representative of KLA during Kosovo's 1998-99 war, and as prime minister of Kosovo’s provisional government created right after the war in Kosovo. “I expect Mr. Thaci be indicted, and I expect by March he will go to The Hague,” when the Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office is based, Kajtazi told T7. According to Kajtazi, Thaci is expected to be questioned for the Kosovo Intelligence Service, SHIK, and other KLA structures which operated after the war. “We have had also Ministry of Order, we have had Military Police,” Kajtazi said referring to Provisional Government headed by Thaci which was established after June 1999. He said Thaci will be questioned on specific cases, namely on political killings, attempted murders, assaults, which mainly happened after the war. /GazetaExpress/