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BELGRADE, Serbia -- Both Kosovo and Serbia reacted quickly to Wednesday's (July 21st) decision by the UN war crimes tribunal to retry some of the counts against former Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, due to witness intimidation.
He was acquitted of all counts in 2008, prompting prosecutors to appeal the verdict. Pristina expressed concern over Wednesday's ruling.

Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said he is convinced Haradinaj, a former member of the Kosovo Liberation Army, will prove his innocence, just as he did in the original trial.

Officials in Belgrade praised the tribunal's decision. Serbian President Boris Tadic described the ruling as "proof that the court is objective", while Rasim Ljajic, head of Serbia's council for co-operation with the tribunal, said it could have a positive impact on Belgrade's future co-operation with the court.

A few days ago, the tribunal sent an arrest warrant to EULEX police, ordering the mission to ensure that Haradinaj appears in court.

(22/07/10; Tanjug, B92, Beta, RTS )

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