Kosovo's Central Election Commission, CEC, on Thursday announced the final results of the October 6 snap legislative elections, after a month of turmoil connected to problems with the count.
Snags included ballots sent from Serbia being poisoned, resulting in CEC officials being sent to hospital, to multiple arrests made in various municipalities for falsifying the vote count.
He said on his profile that Serbia continues to arm itself with military equipment from Russia and China - an air defense system, drones and other military equipment, which he described as "madness".
Haradinaj told reporters at Zahir Pajaziti's Momerial that Chitaku was working together with Hashim Thaci and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, on this job, as TV Klan Kosova reported.
He added that this mistake does not prevent them, as he says, from remaining on their positions.
Haradinaj claimed that Rama would "share the sum of ten billion euros with Vucic and Thaci, for dividing Kosovo", the KoSSev website reported.
Justice Minister Abelard Tahiri confirmed on Wednesday evening that he has been summoned by the Specialist Prosecution in The Hague to give an interview at the end of October.
"Two weeks ago, I received an invitation by the Specialist Prosecutor to go there in the end of this month in the capacity of a witness," Tahiri told Pristina-based Dukagjini TV.