Osmani: Serbia Should Accept Guilt, Apologize and Establish Justice
Osmani: Serbia Should Accept Guilt, Apologize and Establish Justice
Acting President Vjosa Osmani said on Friday that over 13 thousand civilians were killed by Serbia in the recent war in Kosovo, many of whom were children, KAG correspondent reported. Osmani wrote on a Facebook post that beyond the political obligation, as elected representatives of the citizens, it is above all a human and humane obligation to raise the voice for the victims and their families. “Over 13,000 civilians were killed by Serbia in the recent war in Kosovo, many of them children. In mass graves in Serbia, parts of the bodies of civilians were found, most of whom were women (including pregnant women) and children, toys, prescriptions, children’s clothes, and other items of our innocent people were found, killed in the cruellest ways, just because they were Albanians,” Osmani said...Full story can be read through subscription.
Osmani: Serbia Should Accept Guilt, Apologize and Establish Justice
Osmani: Serbia Should Accept Guilt, Apologize and Establish Justice Acting President Vjosa Osmani said on Friday that over 13 thousand civilians were killed by Serbia in the recent war in Kosovo, many of whom were children, KAG correspondent reported. Osmani wrote on
Szunyog: Kosovo Government Must Be Ready to Face the Past
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Williamson: If Kosovo Did Not Agree to the Court in The Hague, the UN Would Have Formed It
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