Williamson: If Kosovo Did Not Agree to the Court in The Hague, the UN Would Have Formed It
Williamson: If Kosovo Did Not Agree to the Court in The Hague, the UN Would Have Formed It
Kosovo was faced with a dilemma, to allow the EU to form a Special Court under its legal authority in Kosovo and co-operate with them, or return things to the United Nations where Russia and Serbia have demanded establishment of a new tribunal, the former chief prosecutor of the European Union (EU) Special Team for Crimes in Kosovo since 1999, Clint Williamson, said. In an interview with Tirana-based TV Ora television on Friday, he explained which two options stood before the Kosovo Government before establishment of the Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office. Recalling the time when Dick Marty's report was published, which, as it turned out, was the basis for ...Full story can be read through subscription.
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