The international community has no more carrots it can offer to Belgrade and Pristina, while the Special Court for KLA crimes would be the pressure to move the dialogue ahead, Nebojsa Covic told Prva TV.
Former head of the Coordination Centre for Kosovo and Metohija, Covic added that regardless to the number of murdered witnesses, NATO and KFOR have voluminous sufficient to prosecute KLA crimes.
Speaking about the departure of former KLA members to The Hague, he recalled “pompous departure” of Ramush Haradinaj to The Hague, with “lots of noise” but at the end he got acquitted.
And also many witnesses have been killed; Covic went on saying, adding he thinks it could happen now as well. However, according to Covic, the situation is different now given that NATO and KFOR have voluminous documentation on KLA crimes in Kosovo that would be sufficient for indictments.