Kosovo has accredited today through an agreement the International Commission on Missing Persons to shed light on the missing persons. This was announced on the occasion of signing an agreement between this organization and the government of Kosovo.
Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said the agreement obliges both parties to engage on shedding light on the fate of the missing persons. “Kosovo has given accreditation to the organization earlier. Today we signed an agreement of cooperation, where we took over the responsibility for shedding light on the fate of the missing. This is a responsibility deriving also from Berlin process and further on,” he said.
ICMP General Director Ketrin Bomberger said they are interested and will be committed to help Kosovo on the issue of the missing persons.
21 years after the end of the war, the fate of 1600 people remains unknown.