Attorney: Serbia famous again for protecting war criminals

Attorney: Serbia famous again for protecting war criminals

Attorney: Serbia famous again for protecting war criminals Izvor: EPA

Attorney Praveen Madhiraju said the vote at a US congressional committee regarding the murder of three Albanian brothers showed that Serbia has again become famous for protecting the war criminals, Serbian media reported.

“President Aleksandar Vucic cannot bluff any longer on the path of becoming a trustworthy partner to the US. The Congress showed that President Vucic has a lot job to do,” Madhiraju said.

The House Foreign Affairs Committee adopted a resolution calling on Serbia to solve the murders of the Bytyqi brothers, three Kosovo Albanian US citizens who were killed after being arrested by the Serbian police and the end of the 1990's Kosovo war.

Unnamed sources of Belgrade-based Danas daily newspaper said that the document previously adopted at the Foreign Affairs Committee will be before the US Congress soon. According to the same sources, this is a huge step in shedding the light on three murders of the US citizens killed in July 1999.

The resolution reads the main suspect for the murder of the Bytyqi brothers is former Gendarmery commander Goran Radosavljevic, now a prominent member of the ruling party in Serbia, headed by the party leader Vucic.

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