Shedding light upon Serb crimes in Kosovo is a condition for the normalization of relations, says PM Mustafa

Shedding light upon Serb crimes in Kosovo is a condition for the normalization of relations, says PM Mustafa

Pristina, January 30, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency

By Elton Tota

Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa has commented today in relation to the latest documents that have been found by the Human Rights Fund in Belgrade, which indicate the responsibility of the Serb Army Chief of Staff, Nebojsha Dikovic for war crimes in Kosovo.

Mustafa said that this is also a good example of the courageous battle that Serbs within this Fund are fighting in order to shed light upon crimes in Kosovo.

“But, this shows that people who committed cruel crimes in Kosovo may be occupying important state posts in Serbia”, declared Musatfa.

According to him, shedding light upon Serb crimes in Kosovo must be a condition for the normalization of relations between the two countries.

“We also expect the government of Serbia to work in order to shed light upon the crimes led by its army chief and others against the people of Kosovo, as one of the basic conditions for the normalization of relations between the two countries”, said he.

Mustafa declared that Serb governments must accept responsibility for the crimes and damages that their state has committed in Kosovo and for them to reflect about their responsibility.

“Kosovo and Kosovo families are still suffering for the killed ones and those who have not been found, therefore, all of those who have participated in murders and disappearances, must receive the punishment that they deserve”, said he. /ibna/