Kosovo’s priorities in Dialogue with Serbia are war crimes and missing persons, says Kurti
Prime Minister, Albin Kurti, accompanied by candidate for president, Vjosa
Osmani, paid homages Friday at the Memorial in Krusha e Madhe commemorating the
deaths of 241 civilians killed in March 1999 by Serbian forces.
told media in Krusha e Madhe that Kosovo’s priorities in dialogue with Serbia
are war crimes and missing persons, adding that he will ask justice to be done
and those responsible for war crimes to be brought to justice.
said the Government will create conditions to prosecute war crimes and bring to
justice all war criminals. “Justice has not been done and our obligation is to
work with the future Institute researching war crimes and activisation of the
Special Prosecution in order to heal wounds of war, and shed the light on the
fate of the missing persons by delivering justice,” Kurti said.
of Parliament and candidate for president Vjosa Osmani said that Krusha e Madhe
and other massacres committed by Serbian forces are “the voice of conscience calling
for justice.” Paying homages at the Krusha e Vogel, Osmani said that Serbia is committing
double crimes by hiding war atrocities. /GazetaExpress/