- Sunday, December 03, 2017 12:42 PM
Belgrade, 3 December 2017 (MIA) - Unless Ramush Haradinaj is available for Serbian prosecuting bodies, he will be arrested because a warrant for his arrest by a Serbian court is still valid, Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic has stated.
Serbia, he said, will urge Interpol to revise its decision. I hope the country will still have an active arrest warrant that is going to be visible in every country in the world.
"If Ramush Haradinaj is within the reach of our prosecuting bodies, we will arrest him, because there is still an active arrest warrant by a Serbian court for him," Stefanovic has said.
Kosovo’s Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj was removed on Friday from an international arrest warrant issued by Serbia. Early this year Haradinaj was arrested in France on an arrest warrant issued by Serbia. He was released after a French court rejected Belgrade’s extradition request.
Serbia has charged Haradinaj with murdering Serbs in the late 1990s war. ba/12:41
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