Kosovo Liberation Army
Kosovo's outgoing Prime Minister had resigned on July 19, 2019, after he was summoned by Special Prosecution from the Hague, as a suspect for the crimes committed by KLA on Kosovo, in the period from 1999 to 2000.
He had invited the leaders of the political parties of the ruling PAN Coalition to consultations on Tuesday.
When asked what will be the topics to discuss, he ironically responded that they will discuss "global warming", Pristina based gazette Express reported.
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.
International sources speculate that his responsibility for organ trafficking in the case of ''yellow house'' is now at stake, Blic reports.
The first serious approach to this crime was led by UNMIK which made a report in 2003, the evidence of which were, allegedly, destroyed in the Tribunal for War Crimes for the former Yugoslavia.
Publicist and the owner of the Koha Group, Flaka Surroi, in the comprehensive current affairs analysis, writes, referring to several international sources, that Special Court for War Crimes has to summon Kosovo President Hashim Thaci and the incumbent Chairman of the Kosovo Assembly, Kadri Veseli.
"He made this move in order to eliminate (President of Kosovo Hashim) Thaci and the others on the political scene, and to return as a victim of the Court for the so-called KLA", Dacic says for Prva.
"This is a tactical move, we will see whether he will be indicted or convicted", Dacic added.
According to the information provided by this daily, all powerful centers had suggested to Haradinaj to suspend imposed tariffs, and the problem was in the fact that he was an explicit opponent of any border corrections or reaching any compromise between Belgrade and Pristina.
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.