FM urges "credible" organ trade probe
|21 December 2010 | 16:49 | Source: Tanjug|
|LUXEMBOURG -- Serbian Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremić today traveled to Luxembourg for a meeting with his counterpart Jean Asselborn.|
The involvement of Kosovo Albanian political leaders, former members of the KLA, in human organ trafficking is set out in the report of Council of Europe (CoE) Special Rapporteur Dick Marty.
Jeremić told Tanjug that the accusations contained in Marty's report are terrifying and that this affair must not be swept under the carpet for the sake of some pragmatic interests.
This is a big moral test for the international community and everything must be done to realize full and completely transparent cooperation in order to find out the truth, Jeremić said after meeting Asselborn.
Jeremić said he conveyed to Asselborn Serbia's stand that investigation of involvement of Kosovo leaders in human organ trafficking must be credible and carried out fully and openly.
Jeremić, Asselborn and their Montenegrin counterpart Milan Roćen signed on Tuesday in Luxembourg a Protocol on technology transfer in the stock exchange business.
After the signing of the protocol, Jeremić said that the priority of Serbia’s foreign policy in 2011 will be regional cooperation and noted that the protocol on cooperation between Serbia, Luxembourg and Montenegro on the transfer of Belex Fix system is a step in this direction.
According to th protocol, the Belgrade Stock Exchange, as the best operating stock exchange in the Balkans, and the Luxembourgian system Belex Fix will pass their experiences and train employees at Podgorica Stock Exchange.