Kosovo’s Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti met today with the parliamentary committee on human rights, gender equality, and missing persons.
He said the request was to hold the meeting behind closed doors because of the sensitive information shared in the meeting.
“We informed them about all the government’s activities since we assumed our mandate … and we focused in particular on concrete activities and plans we have drafted to address this very sensitive issue. We have asked for the meeting to be held behind closed doors because of the sensitive information we shared with the parliamentary committee. We informed them about every single case and activity that the government committee is making together with our international partners. This is the most sensitive issue in Kosovo’s society, and we are doing the impossible to resolve the fate of every single missing person,” Hoti said.