House of Representatives Urges Serbia to Find US Albanians’ Killers

The House of Representatives on Tuesday unanimously adopted the resolution calling on the Serbian authorities to investigate and prosecute as soon as possible "those current or former officials believed to be responsible" for the killing of Ylli, Agron, and Mehmet Bytyqi in Serbia in July 1999.

US House of Representatives adopts resolution on Bytyqi brothers

The Resolution needs to be adopted by the Senate.
The Resolution was submitted in April 2018, by the U.S. Representative for New York's 1st congressional district, Congressman Lee Zeldin, while the House Foreign Affairs Committee of the US Congress adopted a resolution on July 17, 2018, urging Belgrade to prosecute the killers of the three Bytyqi brothers.

Newly adopted resolution in the US Congress, the goal - exerting pressure on Serbia

Ylli, Agron, and Mehmet Bytyqi are US citizens of Albanian origin, murdered in Serbia in 1999.
As reported by Pristina daily Bota sot, the resolution was readopted with the aim of exerting pressure on Serbia to bring the killers of Bytyqi brothers to justice.

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.

Bytyqi brothers: Until justice is served

They underlined that they will keep fighting for justice until it's served. We want to provide that the perpetrators of this crime will not remain free.
On this day, 20 years ago, Serbian authorities had killed three U.S. citizens and dumped them into the mass grave. "We will seek justice until it's served", it is said in a brief statement on the Bytyqi family website.

Serbian President: ‘No Evidence’ for Arrest for US Albanians’ Deaths

Aleksandar Vucic told the Serbian parliament on Monday evening that "there is no evidence of who committed the murder" of Ylli, Agron, and Mehmet Bytyqi - US citizens of Albanian origin who were killed in Serbia in 1999.

Vucic said that without evidence, no one be arrested based "only on media reports and lawyers' claims", because "Serbia is a serious state".

Serbian President Urged to Help Reveal War Grave Sites

In their letter to Aleksandar Vucic on Monday, the family of the Albanian-American Bytyqi brothers said that they are confident that Vlastimir Djordjevic has vital information that can help locate mass graves and urged the Serbian president and government to press him to disclose the information.