Secretary General of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a Republic of Serbia Veljko Odalovic delivered currently a criticism note to a Ambassador of a French Republic in Belgrade, Christine Moro, following a shameful preference of a Court of Appeal in Colmar, rejecting a ask of a Republic of Serbia for a extradition of Ramush Haradinaj.
The note presents a position of a Government of a Republic of Serbia that this is a politically encouraged decision, that is not legally grounded and whose logic has overlooked a documentary justification submitted by a Republic of Serbia, including a statements of a survived witnesses. It is forked out that a Colmar Court of Appeal did not state any fact proof that a mandate of a European Convention on Extradition, sealed in 1957 in Paris, validated by both a French Republic and a Republic of Serbia, have not been fulfilled.
It was emphasized that this preference constituted a defilement of a concept element of general law on a impediment of parole for fight crimes, and that quite unsuitable was a matter that a extradition of Ramush Haradinaj to Serbia would have really critical consequences for him, expressing a miss of trust in a authorised complement of a Republic of Serbia.
It is estimated that a preference of a Colmar Court of Appeal is descent and deals a complicated blow to shared family between a Republic of Serbia and a French Republic.