EU police searching office of Kosovo war veterans group
Added 09-25-20 09:35:02am EST - “European Union security police stormed the offices of a war veterans association in Kosovo, apparently to get hold of international prosecutors' files from a war crimes investigation that the association said it received anonymously,…” - Washingtontimes.com
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PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) - European Union security police stormed the offices of a war veterans association in Kosovo, apparently to get hold of international prosecutors’ files from a war crimes investigation that the association said it received anonymously, according to witnesses and veterans.
Members of the veterans’ association, which represents the former ethnic Albanian separatists who fought Serbian troops in a 1998-1999 war for independence, said police from the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo, or EULEX, prevented them from going into the association’s offices on Friday.
Faton Klinaku, the association’s secretary, told reporters that police officers speaking different languages, including Kosovar police forces, had entered the offices in Pristina.
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An Associated Press video journalist observed police officers telling journalists to move away from the entrance.
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