Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti called for justice for those killed in the recent war in Kosovo, especially in the “Dardania” neighborhood of Peja.
Laying a wreath at the memorial in Ipek’s “Dardanja” neighborhood, Kurti said Serbia must face up to its crimes in Kosovo.
Kurti said, “With our colleagues from the association and the activists of our movement, we stood a minute of silence in Ipek, in commemoration of the 40 people who were killed by Serb forces in the” Dardaniyeh “neighborhood in the last war.”
Kurti requested that the Office of the Special Prosecutor do more work to identify the perpetrators of the massacres in Kosovo.
“Justice and truth are essential for long-term peace and security, good neighborliness and normal relations for all,” Kurti said. “Serbia must confront its criminal past in Kosovo and the Special Prosecutor’s Office must work day and night to bring those responsible to justice and thus begin to rehabilitate the victims.” That the victims are not only the dead and the kidnapped, but their families, relatives and our entire society.” He said.
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