The New Kosova Report:
There are ample facts that during the years of 1998-99, when the war erupted in Kosovo, Serbia through the Macedonia and Bulgaria channels, has sold out human organs of Kosovar Albanians to Russian “medical businessmen.”
According to Macedonian sources, Serbian high government officials were directly involved in such trades. “The human organs of Kosovar Albanian victims were sold out through channels of Macedonia and Bulgaria to the buyers in Russia.”
The suspicion of such activities also shows the high presence of Russian doctors in Macedonia during the 1998-99 war in Kosovo.
“During the war in Kosovo, there was a large number of Russian doctors appearing as businessmen who held regular behind the scenes meetings with Serbia government officials who were involved in such trades,” informs the Macedonian media which was also confirmed from the reliable sources within the Macedonian government.
Meanwhile, another massive grave is suspected to be found in Macedonia with buried bodies of Kosovar Albanians.
“The sources indicate that the bodies were thrown in Lepenc river in Kosovo by Serbia military forces. Then, they were gone missing after the river floods pushed them to Vardar river, suspected to be buried in a cemetery in Skopje.”
The Kosovo Government Commissioner for the missing people, Prenk Gjetaj, has confirmed that around 20 murdered Albanians from Kosovo by Serbia forces were buried in Skopje.
“We have a case of Kralan massacre. The massacre was carried out by the Serbian military, headed by an officer named Grujic. According to the witnesses, 86 people were reported to be murdered during the operation. 30 of the murdered bodies were found in a massive grave in Serbia while 56 are still missing. Those who committed these crimes will be able to know the whereabouts of the missing bodies, but sadly the Serbian government continues to not cooperate on this issue,” Gjetaj says.
According to the Commissioner Gjetaj, there are still over 2000 Kosovar Albanians missing from the war in 1999.
NKR sources have obtained confidential information of strong facts of 200 hidden massive graves across Serbia, around river banks and military compounds; 20 of them just around Belgrade.
Commissioner Gjetaj doubts the missing will be resolved without any pressure from the international community.
“It’s difficult to obtain information from the Serbian side, since the crimes were carried out by the government of Serbia. Therefore, chances for Serbia to cooperate are very slim, since many of these officials still hold high ranks in their current government and it’s vital for them to hide the facts,” Gjetaj adds.
Several Serbs who were indicted for crimes have testified in court for the existence of many massive graves, secret prisons and crematoriums in Serbia, which the government of Serbia resistantly continues to hide such affairs.
Meanwhile, the Kosovo Foreign Ministry has been in contact with its Macedonian counterpart to discuss the findings of the recent buried bodies of Kosovar Albanians. Foreign Minister of Macedonia said that “The Macedonian government will fully cooperate at any case.”