Families of missing persons are not satisfied with the work that has been done so far because the number of missing persons remains very high, the news website reports. Prenk Gjetaj, chairman of the Kosovo government’s committee for missing persons, told reporters in Pristina today that so far only 9 mortal remains have been found and that many suspected mass graves have been closed without any results. “We will continue our work in resolving the fate of missing persons, but we cannot be proud with what we have done so far,” Gjetaj said. He also criticized the participation of Kosovo’s institutions at the Geneva Conference in June. “Regardless of the fact that its objective was to find a solution to this problem, neither the ICMP nor EULEX were not present there, although they play a key role on the matter,” he added. Bajram Qerkini, chairman of the association “The Voice of the Parents”, said he and Gjetaj went to a suspected location in Kizevak together but that they found nothing there. “Serbs have not finished work properly in any of the location from Rudnica and below, they have left everything unfinished. All talks must be suspended and this should be done by Kosovo’s institutions and the international officials who are present here,” Qerkini argued.