“The Serbian wailing wall” will be displayed near the US embassy in Belgrade, an association of the families of kidnapped and murdered Kosovo Serbs has said.
The association announced on Tuesday that they will do this tomorrow, “as a sign of protest over America’s protection of the criminal Ramush Haradinaj, and over its lobbying to make him Kosovo’s prime minister.”
Previously, panels with the names and images of Serb and other victims from the late 1990s war in Kosovo were installed near the National Assembly.
“We, the families, are forced to this kind of fight for justice, and the images of Serb, Roma, Gorani, Albanian victims… killed by Haradinaj and his ‘fellow fighters’ will be facing the U.S. embassy for as long as Ramush Haradinaj is free,” a statement said.
In early June, the association asked President Aleksandar Vucic and Belgrade’s city authorities to allow the installation to be placed in Pionirski Park, until the state builds a memorial to all victims – “from Kosare to Horgos – to all civilians, soldiers, police officers, killed by Albanian terrorists and NATO aggressors.”