Recent excavations at the campus of the University in search of a mass grave of missing persons from the last war in Kosovo ended without any findings.
At the site of the third excavation, behind the Rector of UP, as he was excavating a citizen of Pristina near it and spoke to “Koha Ditore”, showing that although there can be no bones of missing persons at that location, Koha.net broadcasts.
Muharrem Pristina Rahman, former employees of Public Enterprise “Ramiz Sadiku” claims that the excavations in the third paragraph have been misplaced. He said that the area where excavation developed back of the University of Prishtina is impossible to have remains because, according to him, a few years before the war was himself with several other workers who have raised those tiles.
“Had the early days when they start digging back Rector would say that this country is completely wrong. I was an employee of the public enterprise “Ramiz Sadiku” in 1996 and some people have raised these tiles, as it can be claimed that the Serbs had allegedly latest concrete and buried people. Can be rather suspect somewhere below, but here are the plates where the excavation is part developed completely wrong, “he told the newspaper.
He stressed that this team has also said working in these excavations, but his words were not considered on the grounds that the excavations have already been completed.
The newspaper also tried to contact officials from the Kosovo Special Prosecution Office to get answers if they are aware of this issue, but the contact was impossible. While officials present at the excavation refused to speak with the media.
Excavations in the area of the University started with an order of the Special Prosecutor of the Republic of Kosovo after allegations made by several witnesses who claimed that in this location are buried bodies of Albanians killed during the war.
On 13 and July 14 were verified two points suspected Serbian Orthodox church “Sveti Nikola”, and after two weeks on the grounds that termination may have infrastructure problems, work continued for two days to rest back Rector.