The suppressed truth – Tortured and Raped Serb Women ‘Deleted’ By So Called Kosovo (i.e. Albanian) and International Law

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Representatives of Serb organizations in Kosovo have warned that the provisions of a decree on the status and rights of veterans and victims of war and the accompanying strategy, which Kosovo’s assembly should vote on soon, are discriminatory and against any common sense.

According to Vesti, Serbian daily based in Frankfurt, the Serb officials pointed out that those provisions  predict the status of  war victim should be recognized only for the period between February 27, 1998, and June 20, 1999, when the NATO and Albanian aggression in Kosovo-Metohija ended after the Province was handed over to International community (UN, NATO) after  the Kumanovo agreement was signed in June 1999.

“It is true that rapes of both men and women of Serb nationality took place during the war, but also after the war and after the arrival of international troops,” Vesti cited Milena Parlic, secretary of the Association of families…

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The suppressed truth – Tortured and Raped Serb Women ‘Deleted’ By So Called Kosovo (i.e. Albanian) and International Law