Commemorations are being held on Wednesday to mark the 21st anniversary of the massacre by Serbian forces in the Kosovo village of Recak/Racak, when 44 people were killed.
The massacre was publicised by the chief of the OSCE ceasefire verification mission to Kosovo, William Walker, who visited the scene the following day and declared it a "crime against humanity".
Agron Limani has been invited to give an interview to the Kosovo Specialist Prosecution in The Hague, which is investigating alleged violations by Kosovo Liberation Army, KLA fighters during and just after the 1998-99 war, he confirmed on Tuesday.
Limani told BIRN that he has been invited for interview as a witness, without giving more details.
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.
"No matter what, I am ready to go to the Special Court for Crimes committed by KLA, as I possess tons of materials that best tells who expelled whom from Kosovo and Metohija", Ivica Dacic told "Novosti".