Kosovo President Fyuza Osmani has stated that Serbia is directly responsible for crimes committed in Kosovo, including sexual violence.
Speaking about the women who were subjected to sexual violence in the 1998-1999 war in Kosovo, President Osmani welcomed a group of women from the Francophone Parliamentary Association’s Women’s Network.
“Serbia is directly responsible for the crimes committed in Kosovo, including sexual crimes against women.” Using my words, Atmani briefed the leader of the women’s group, Chantal Soucy, on the preparations for the Women, Peace and Security Forum to be held for the second time this year.
Osmani invited Chantal Souci and Francophone women parliamentarians to attend the forum.
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