07 October 2009
On 7 October 2009, the SPRK (Kosovo Special Prosecution Office) presented its Six Months Activity Report to NGO’s which deal with security issues
On July 2009 the SPRK released the Six Months Activity report that covers the period of 9 December 2008-June 2009. The report provides information on the SPRK’s work, which includes the legacy received from UNMIK and also new investigations; working relations between Kosovo and EULEX special prosecutors; achievements so far and external relations.
Representatives of civil society thanked the SPRK for the opportunity to receive the report and to have a discussion about it. The representatives of the NGOs were especially interested in war crime matters. They stressed the need for a continuing exchange of views for accountability and transparency reasons.
The presentation was attended by the Chief State Prosecutor of Kosovo Mr. Hilmi Zhitija, the Head of the EULEX Justice Component, Mr. Alberto Perduca, the Chief EULEX Prosecutor, Mr. Theo Jacobs; the Head of the SPRK, Ms. Isabelle Arnal and the Deputy Head of the SPRK, Mr. Reshat Millaku.
‘SPRK’ is a new prosecution office dealing with very serious crimes and criminal offenses - war crimes, organized crime, corruption, money-laundering, terrorism. SPRK is composed of Kosovo and EULEX prosecutors and headed by a EULEX prosecutor