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Haradinaj resigns as PM of Kosovo after an invitation for questioning in the Hague

PRISTINA – Ramush Haradinaj has irrevocably resigned from the position of the Prime Minister of Kosovo today, Koha reports. The reason for this decision appears to be an invitation by the Special Tribunal in the Hague for a questioning as suspect for war crimes. He announced that the tariffs imposed in November last year will remain in place. Haradinaj has been Prime Minister since the early elections in 2017.

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