EULEX paid tribute today to Audrius Senavicius, a customs officer from Lithuania, who was killed in the line of duty in the northern part of Kosovo on 19 September 2013. Head of mission, Alexandra Papadopoulou, laid a wreath at the site where Senavicious was shot four years ago. “Today we pay our respects to his life and his dedicated service. May his memory be eternal. My thoughts are with his wife and two sons, who to this day still do not have answers to the many questions surrounding his murder,” Papadopoulou said. EULEX has offered a reward of €82,000 for any information that leads to the arrest of the perpetrator(s). “I appeal to any person who has information of any kind to come forward,” Papadopoulou emphasized.