The Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) and “Organ Harvesting”


BELGRADE — CoE special rapporteur Dick Marty is in Kosovo to continue his investigation into a suspected case of human organ trafficking in 1999, says Oliver Ivanović.

Serbia’s War Crimes Prosecution is also investigating allegations that the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), consisting of ethnic Albanians, kidnapped hundreds of Kosovo Serbs and transported them to northern Albania where their vital organs were removed.

The case is also known as the Yellow House, after a location in northern Albania where the removal of the prisoners’ organs is believed to have taken place. 

Now Ivanović, who is a state secretary with the Ministry for Kosovo and Metohija, told B92 TV that Marty will be meeting with EU mission in Kosovo, EULEX, representatives, and those from other organizations. 

“He is continuing where he was forced to stop six months ago,when he was prevented from visiting and investigating the yellow house and from gaining insight into the documents that the Albanian justice organs could have,” he said. 

“Marty can count on full cooperation only from us [Belgrade], I doubt it that Albanians, especially Albanians in Albania, will be ready to put what they have at his disposal,” stated Ivanović.

Articles by: Global Research

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