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Alsat: Morina will not be extradited to Serbia

Referring to the unnamed sources, Supreme Court will decide whether Morina will be extradited to Serbia, this web portal claims.
Former member of so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) Morina was arrested at the north of North Macedonia, on the border crossing Blace on July 24, under the Interpol warrant that was issued on Serbia's request.

Court in Skopje: Morina will not be extradited to Serbia - no basis for such measure

"Acting upon the request of the North Macedonian Foreign Ministry, the Criminal Court ruled that there was no basis for the extradition of Timor Morina to the Republic of Serbia", Basic Criminal Court in Skopje stated.
This decision was submitted to the Supreme Court of North Macedonia as it will have final word regarding this case.

Kosovo’s Oldest Party Searches for Election Winner

But, two days before the congress opened, the LDK Secretary General, Ismet Beqiri, has admitted that Mustafa may stay on - and that there are a number of other interested contenders.

"It is no secret, there are candidates," he told TV Dukagjini on Thursday. "This should be seen as normal. Our aim is for the new LDK team to win the upcoming parliamentary elections," Beqiri added.

Serbia Wants Kosovo Ex-Guerrilla’s Extradition on War Crime Charges

The Serbian War Crimes Prosecutor's Office told BIRN on Thursday that it suspects detained former Kosovo Liberation Army member Tomor Morina of involvement in war crimes against civilians in the Djakovica/Gjakova area of Kosovo from January to June 1999.

Morina was arrested in North Macedonia on Wednesday on a Serbian warrant.

Kosovo Politicians Voice Sympathy After ‘War Crimes Suspect’ PM Resigns

The shock resignation of Ramush Haradinaj drew sympathetic comments from senior Kosovo officials and politicians on Friday after the prime minister was summoned for questioning by the Kosovo Specialist Prosecutor's Office in The Hague, which is investigating crimes committed during and just after the Kosovo war, from 1998 to 2000.

US Congress Committee Urges Serbia to Try American-Albanians’ Killers

The US Congress's House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday re-passed a resolution aimed at putting pressure on the Serbian authorities to solve the murders of Ylli, Agron, and Mehmet Bytyqi, US citizens of Albanian origin who were killed after the Kosovo war in July 1999.

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