Serbia asks Hague to clarify reports on evidence destruction in Kosovo organ trafficking case

Serbian authorities have asked the Hague tribunal to clarify reports about the destruction of evidence linked to allegations of organ trafficking in Kosovo.

Rasim Ljajic, the head of Serbia’s council for cooperation with the tribunal, has written to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and to the tribunal’s chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz and president Theodor Meron to ask for an investigation into the reports.

“We have been informed that these pieces of evidence were destroyed in 2005, and now the blame is being shifted from one to another at the tribunal, and we want to know what exactly happened,” Ljajic said on Monday.

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