In Kosovo, the ad-hoc parliamentary committee, which has been set up with the aim of condemning war crimes committed by Serb forces, on Tuesday adopted a draft resolution on this.
This draft resolution is part of the efforts that authorities in Kosovo are making to adopt documents that condemn Serb crimes and those who deny them.
PDK’s lawmaker, Mergim Lushtaku says that the draft-resolution should also include biologic disappearance.
“The draft-resolution should also include biologic disappearance, because there’s been a tendency for this. We want to condemn the gruesome acts committed by Serbia. If we can set up a tribunal for this, then by all means, let’s do it”, Lushtaku said.
Meanwhile, Aida Derguti of the Social Democrat Party said that the resolution should also include massacres.
In addition to this resolution, parliament in Kosovo has also started a debate on setting up an international tribunal which will condemn crimes committed by Serbia in Kosovo in the period 1998-1999.
Kosovo’s parliamentary speaker, Kadri Veseli declared that the region will not find peace until Serbia admits the crimes committed in Kosovo. /ibna/