US Embassy welcomes announcement of Williamson's report

The U.S. Embassy in Belgrade welcomed the announcement of the findings of the European Union's Special Investigative Task Force (SITF), led by former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues Clint Williamson, in the investigation into human organ trafficking in Kosovo in 1999, adding that the U.S. supports timely constitution of the specialist court which will tackle the cases resulting from the investigation.

(kosovocompromisestuff) Wednesday, July 30, 2014

In the release filed to The press, the U.S. Embassy commended the hard work and extensive investigation of former U.S. ambassador-at-large for war crimes issues Williamson and his team.”The United States takes all allegations of war crimes seriously, regardless of nationality or ethnicity, and believes that those responsible for such crimes should be held accountable through fair and impartial proceedings,” states the release filed to The press.“We applaud the strong support and cooperation provided by Serbia, by Kosovo, by Albania, and by many European Union member states in this investigation,” the U.S. Embassy released.“The EU and Kosovo have taken the necessary steps to support this investigation into the very serious allegations made in Rapporteur Dick Marty's report to the Council of Europe,” states the release.