“The U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, called on Kosovo prosecutors to pursue a zero-tolerance policy in treating corruption cases.
‘The people of Kosovo do not believe that rule of law institutions are working seriously in fighting corruption. You need to work decisively and change this because, at the end of the day, you lead this battle and the eyes of the Kosovo people are on you,’ Delawie said.
He noted that corruption prevents the development of democracy and economy and increases social inequality.
He also said the investigation of Oliver Ivanovic’s murder should be conducted professionally.
‘Unfortunately, the prosecution in the north is being challenged with pressure coming from high-profile cases and that tragic case of Oliver Ivanovic’s killing. I think it is crucial for this case to be worked on with utmost professionalism despite the challenge,’ Delawie said in his remarks at the annual prosecutors’ conference.” (RTK)
His full remarks can be read here.