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Czech urges investigation of top separatists

Oct 1, 2008

Leader of the opposition Czech Social Democratic Party and former PM Jirzi Paroubek asked Czech Foreign Minister Karel Swartzenberg to initiate an investigation of Kosovo separatist officials, and in particular the so-called prime minister of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, because of suspicion that all of them have been involved in trade in human organs of imprisoned Kosovo Serb civilians.

“I am deeply disturbed by this information,” said Paroubek and asked Swartzenberg to urge the UN to initiate an investigation regarding claims that Tachi had earned four million Deutsche marks from the sale of organs of Serb and Roma prisoners in Western countries.

Paroubek says that the investigation should be done during the current session of the UN General Assembly.

Paroubek also asked the Czech government to support Serbia’s initiative at the World Court.

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