Serbia warns France over extradition of Ramush Haradinaj

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BELGRADE – Serbia has warned that it will ignore future possible extradition requests for terrorism and other suspects wanted by France if it doesn’t a hand over a former Kosovo prime minister to the Balkan country.

The Serbian government on Friday demanded the “urgent and immediate” extradition of Ramus Haradinaj, who was detained last week in France on a Serbian arrest warrant.

A French court on Thursday ordered the release of Haradinaj pending a decision on whether to extradite him to Serbia, where he’s wanted on war crimes charges. He must stay in France under judicial supervision while his case is being studied.

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  1. What is the use of this warning by Serbia that it will ignore future possible extradition requests for terrorism and other suspects wanted by France because of the provisional liberation of Ramus Haradinaj?
    Are we at war with France? Shouldn’t we respect the judicial independence of a French court and just hope for the best: the extradition of this (alleged) war criminal?
    Johan Derks, zet Srbije

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