Amnesty International has demanded that the Romanian soldiers involved in the violence committed in February 10 in Kosovo should be sued. While protesting in front of the Parliament Palace in Pristine, the Albanian demonstrators attacked the discipline forces and the Romanian guardians had to respond by firing rubber bullets. Two people died. Despite the lacking evidence, Romanian soldiers participating in the UN interim administration in Kosovo were blamed for it.
Prosecutor Robert Dean from the UN Justice Department has recently stated that Albanians Mon Balaj and Arben Zheladini died because of improper use of munitions by at least one, most likely two members of the Romanian troops there. Apart from a phrase as ambiguous as improper use, the report has detected no individual guilt in the case. (...) (T.B.)