Albania Prime Minister Edi Rama (left) and Kosovo's Ramush Haradinaj at a reception in Tirana on September 27, 2017. Photo: Gent Shkullaku/LSA
"The suit of the Prime Minister Rama is totally baseless and a political diversion conducted by him to hide himself after new media soap operas, and so avoid responsibilities," Haradinaj wrote.
The Municipal Court of Pristina on Friday acquitted all 11 defendants in the "Pronto Case", which has been ongoing for over three years since the Special Prosecutor's Office launched an investigation in 2016 into former MP Adem Grabovci's alleged involvement in influencing public-sector appointments.
After his invitation for interview as a suspect, Haradinaj, a former KLA commander, resigned as premier in July.
He has already been tried twice by the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in The Hague and was acquitted both times, and he insisted that the Specialist Chambers would not undermine the KLA's legacy.
Behgjet Pacolli said on Tuesday that he has given the Kosovo prosecution "thousands of materials that prove the Serbian genocidal policy against Kosovo" and offer evidence of mass killings by the Yugoslav Army, the Serbian Interior Ministry, Belgrade-controlled paramilitaries and local armed groups during the Kosovo war.