Serbian Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic told reporters in Belgrade that only on a ground of doubt that Vladimir Mikula, who is on the list of judges of the Special Court for KLA crimes, had dinner with lawyer Arianit Koci, who defends former KLA members Rrustem Mustafa and Sami Lushtaku, must lead to his exemption.
Mustafa and Lushtaku were summoned to a hearing at the Special Prosecutor’s Office in The Hague.
Stefanovic said that he was informed about that dinner only through the media, and that he had no more information and pointed out that, if true, then it is completely scandalous for the judge to sit with the lawyers and the people who are suspected in the process that the judge is leading.
“Unless there is any progress, then it is justifiable to ask what kind of justice we can expect,” Stefanovic said.
Stefanovic told reporters in Belgrade, asked to comment on the announced new indictments against Serbs for war crimes, that it was not possible to expect from Pristina institutions or their leaders anything good for Serbs, nor for Albanians.