The Minister of Justice, Albulena Haxhiu says that they have political problems with Hashim Thaçi and Kadri Veselin after the war, while she says that there are no remarks about them during the war.

Former Kosovo Liberation Army superiors Hashim Thaçi, Kadri Veseli, Jakup Krasniqi and Rexhep Selimi are being held in the Hague Specialized Chambers detention center since November 2020.

Until a date is yet known when the trial against them will begin, on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity, former KLA superiors are visited from time to time by collaborators and state representatives.

Such a visit was also announced by the Minister of Justice, Albulena Haxhiu.

Haxhiu in the show "Përballje", in with the editor-in-chief Muhamet Hajrullahu said that she has requested a meeting with all those who are being held in The Hague.

"I can not say for sure that he will meet everyone, since Mr. Thaçi and Mr. Veseli had refused to meet with the representatives of the Ministry of Justice during a visit that the latter had had in The Hague."

Haxhiu says that he will inform the public about everything from these meetings, while he says that on Monday there may or may not be confirmations of meetings with former KLA superiors.

The Minister of Justice says that she and Thaçi and Veselin have political problems after the war, while she says that she appreciates their contribution to the war.

"We have political problems with Thaçi and Veselin after the war.

After all, they are KLA soldiers, for which we bow to the contribution of KLA soldiers so that Kosovo today is liberated and independent kam I have never criticized them for the time of war.

"Our political problems do not prevent me from requesting a meeting with them", further declared Haxhiu.

The Specialized Prosecutor's Office (SPO) has filed indictments against Hashim Thaçi, Kadri Veseli, Rexhep Selimi and Jakup Kransiq.

They are being accused of committing crimes against humanity as KLA leaders during the war in Kosovo.

The indictment alleges that between March 1998 and September 1999, they committed war crimes and crimes against humanity, arresting and detaining civilians illegally, treating them cruelly, torturing and