BELGRADE - Serbia demands an urgent extradition of Ramus Haradinaj, the head of the Office for Kosovo-Metohija, Marko Djuric, said Friday after a government session on the matter.
Serbia will continue to prosecute all those accused or indicted of war crimes, regardless of their ethnicity, the government concluded at the session.
Kuburovic: We have about 30 witnesses of Haradinaj's crimes
BELGRADE - The Serbian Prosecutor's Office for War Crimes has expanded its investigation of former "Kosovo Liberation Army" commander Ramus Haradinaj, and there are about 30 witnesses and other evidence, Justice Minister Nela Kuburovic said Friday, noting Serbia would not give up on an extradition request for Haradinaj, who has been released by a French court pending a decision on the matter.
"Some of the witnesses gave written statements, and there are some who have protected witness status and I cannot disclose their names," Kuburovic told a press conference.
Kuburovic: Foreign arrest warrants to be treated reciprocally
BELGRADE - In the future, Serbia will use the principle of reciprocity and treat arrest warrants issued by other countries in the same way those countries treat Serbian arrest warrants, Justice Minister Nela Kuburovic said Friday.
Kuburovic made the statement after an urgent government session following a French court decision to release former "KLA" commander Ramus Haradinaj pending a decision on a Serbian extradition request.
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