I saw raped Serbian women in Pristina: Kouchner decided to speak after 19 years
I still cry when I remember that time, the massacre of the villagers, it was a painful reality that struck me a lot - Kouchner said
Former UNMIK administrative chief Bernard Kouchner said that the north of Kosovo was "separated from the beginning" and recalled that in 1999 when he was visiting Serbian houses in Pristina, he saw women who were attacked and raped.
Kouchner said in his interview for Pristina television "The Clan of Kosovo" that his role was to bring peace, RTS reports.
- The north of Kosovo has been separated since the beginning because we did not want to undertake combat actions that would bring the war back. This is the area that was in the geography of Kosovo, and we managed to realize the possibility of visiting three areas in the north. I did not come here for the war, one of the successes of the United Nations was that there was no war anymore - said the former head of UNMIK.
It is alleged that Kouchner, recalling his arrival in Kosovo in 1999, stated that "he was most affected by the massacre committed against villagers".
- I still cry when I remember that time, the massacre of the villagers, it was a painful reality that struck me a lot - Kouchner said.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)
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