The Prime Minister of Albania, Edi Rama, has started meetings with political leaders in Kosovo. Rama met with the President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi this afternoon after several meetings with Kosovar leaders.
Earlier in the day, Rama said in a Twitter post that he was in Kosovo to discuss the war crimes indictment filed by the Special Prosecutor’s Office against Kosovo President Hashim Thaci, Chairman of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, Kadri Veseli, and others.
Rama also met with the Speaker of the Assembly of Kosovo Vjosa Osmani, the Prime Minister Abdullah Hoti, the Chairman of the Self-Determination Movement, Albin Kurti, the Chairman of the Democratic Party of Kosovo Kadri Veseli and the Chairman of the Initiative for Kosovo, Fatmir Limaj.
Rama also met in Pristina with PDK leader Kadri Veseli.
Last week, the Office of the Specialized Prosecutor announced that on April 24 it had sent to the Specialized Chambers of Kosovo, based in The Hague, an indictment with ten points for review, in which Thaçi, Veseli and others are charged with crimes against humanity and war crimes.