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Written by SOT.COM.AL 16 Gusht 2022
On August 16, the non-governmental organization "War Crimes in Gjakovë" submitted to the Special Prosecutor's Office of Kosovo a criminal report for war crimes against the now deputy speaker of the Assembly of Serbia, Bozhidar Delic. Shkëndije Hoda, representative of this organization, said that they have collected civilian evidence for, as she said, crimes that Delic allegedly committed against Albanian civilians in the last war in Kosovo.
"In fact, there are three criminal reports attached with some factual documentation, a kind of diary of the operation of the brigade", said Hoda. During the war in Kosovo in 1999, Bozhidar Deli? was the commander of the 549th Brigade of the Yugoslav army. Hoda said that they are confident that the justice bodies will carry out the work in the investigation of these crimes, based on the evidence provided by this organization. According to the representatives of the organization that submitted the criminal report today, civilians from the district of the city of Gjakova have identified Deliq as a person who "committed war crimes".
Bozhidar Delic spent his early childhood in his native village, Lugbunar in Gjakova, and then moved to Belgrade, where he completed the military academy. On August 2, members of the Serbian Assembly elected seven vice-presidents, among whom was Bozhidar Deli? from the NADA (Hope) coalition. The president of Kosovo, Vjosa Osmani, also reacted to his election to this post, as she said that Deliq was involved in the war in Kosovo.
Osmani said that the newly elected vice-president of the Serbian Assembly was "the commander of a brigade of soldiers who massacred thousands of Kosovars". Radio Evropa e Lire has interviewed the residents of the two villages of Tërrnje and Landovicë, where it is suspected that crimes were committed against the Albanian civilian population by the brigade led by Delic. They expressed outrage and anger that so far he has not faced justice. Meanwhile, the Humanitarian Law Fund in Belgrade, which investigates war crimes, has filed two criminal charges against Bozhidar Deli? for what they said were crimes in Kosovo. So far, no criminal proceedings have been initiated against him in Serbia.