20 September 2001 SKOPJE, 19 September (KosovaLive)–Since the National Liberation Army (UCK) handed over most of its weapons to NATO, no one, other than ethnic Albanian political representatives, has mentioned the matter of amnesty for the UCK, which was outlined in the Ohrid Agreement. “The matter of amnesty for members of the UCK is regulated […]

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