A lawyer for the Kosovo Serb former policemen Dejan Pantic, whose arrest resulted in Serb barricades, told media he does not know where his client is, even after 11 days.
EU rule-of-law mission in Kosovo says it was concerned by the presence of armed persons in the Serb-majority north in late July, at a time of high tension between Serbia and Kosovo.
EU rule-of-law mission has donated vehicles and special vans to the European Union Advisory Mission, EUAM, in Ukraine to help the embattled country’s police and border guards.
The Kosovo government said it needs more satellite images of a suspected mass grave site in southern Serbia to determine whether a search for buried bodies that was halted by the Belgrade authorities should continue.
A report by Swiss senator Dick Marty about war crimes allegedly committed by Kosovo Liberation Army fighters led to the establishment of a Hague-based tribunal, but not all of his activities in Kosovo achieved such decisive results.