The President: Finding out the fate of the forcefully missing is our daily engagement until we have clarified everyone's fate

The President of the Republic of Kosovo Vjosa Osmani said that today the bodies of seven of our citizens, murdered by the Serbian genocidal regime during the Rezalla Massacre and the remains of two re-joined bodies were returned to their homeland from Kizhevak.
"They shall finally have an eternal resting place where family members and us can lay flowers in their memory," said the president.

Following is President Osmani's entire post:

Today, the bodies of seven of our citizens murdered by the Serbian genocidal regime in the Rezalla Massacre and the remains of two reunited bodies were returned to their homeland from Kizhevak.

They shall finally have an eternal resting place where family members and all of us can lay flowers in their memory.

Today, I join the pain of their families and recollect that bringing to light the fate of the forcefully missing is our daily engagement until we have clarified everyone's fate.  As we will not cease in addressing the responsibility of the perpetrators of the crime either.

Justice for the victims is our goal and a precondition for lasting peace, while Serbia has a state responsibility for holding hostage the fate of over 1600 forcefully missing people and in hiding the facts about them.

May the massacred in Rezalla rest in peace and may the memory of them be eternal!