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Turkish news agency Anadolu reported on Wednesday that the prosecution is demanding sentences ranging from 16 years and six months to 28 years and six months for the six.
The six Turks have been held in detention in a Turkish prison for a year since their controversial deportation.
Kosovo's president, Hashim Thaci and PM Ramush Haradinaj during the meeting with the US delegation on Wednesday evening. Photo: Kosovo Presidency
Haradinaj discussed the matter on Wednesday evening with the Director for European Affairs at the US National Security Council, John Erath, and with the Balkans Director of the council, Brad Berkley.
This is what the president told Politico on the sidelines of the recent Munich Conference, the Brussels-based website is reporting.
"I believe in someone's legacy, that's what I would like to see," he is quoted as saying.
He also "stressed that a deal had to be done, Otherwise we'll face a catastrophe."