Limaj ready to give up ++ Kosovo Government Reaction ++ Internationals concerned about stability ++

Limaj

PRISHTINA PRISTINA ++ Fatmir Limaj expressed his readiness to give up his immunity as a member of the Assembly after being informed that an arrest warrant against him on suspicion of committing war crimes in 1999 ++ “The Government of the Republic of Kosovo expresses its concern at the latest actions of EULEX, which resulted with filing charges on war crimes against some former KLA members. The KLA and the people of Kosovo fought a just, clean war, …” ++ The international presence in Kosovo is concerned that the security situation and institutional stability might deteriorate after EULEX arrested former KLA members and issued arrest warrant against Fatmir Limaj … ++ For more have a look at the News Monitor 18.03.2011 – Also take a look at the Broadcast Monitor 17.03. 2011

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