Pristina, December 29, 2014/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
In a meeting with the Government Commission for Missing Persons, Kosovo’s PM, Isa Mustafa has promised to the families of people who went missing during the war, that this topic will be requested to be part of the talks with Serbia in Brussels.
Mustafa promised that he will personally be engaged in shedding light upon the fight of missing people.
“Today, I’m here with you in order to express my commitment that I will work with you in order to shed light upon the fate of your relatives who have not been found. This issue will be a priority of the government. It will also be a priority in the meetings with the international community here and abroad, in order for pressure to be put on Serbia to find our people”, said Mustafa.
Mustafa promised that the issue of the missing persons will also be part of the talks with the Serb government.
“I believe that this is an issue that concerns all of us and this is an issue of the institutions of the Republic of Kosovo. Once again, I would like to express my commitment that I will do everything I can to push this process forward along with the work of this commission. We praise the work of the commission and its chairman”, said Mustafa.
“We will continue our work and if you have any other proposals or suggestions, I will engage my collaborators to take them. For us, it’s important to have as few family members as possible who are not satisfied by our work”, said PM Mustafa. /ibna/