The Speaker of the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo, Glauk Konjufca, paid homage today and laid flowers at the tombstone of the fallen in the village of Bukosh in Suhareka.
In the school yard of the village of Bukosh, on May 3, 1999, the Serbian police had killed and massacred 25 Albanians from this village and other villages in the municipality of Suhareka.
In the presence of the families of the fallen, the Speaker of the Assembly Konjufca said that the martyrs and martyrs will always be honored and remembered.
“The martyrs and martyrs have fallen so that these children, whom I see here today, live free,” said the Speaker of the Assembly Konjufca, adding that they will not stop seeking justice for all the massacres committed across the country.
“Every institutional official, who represents the state of Kosovo, should have the obligation to seek justice from morning until the end of the day. That the pain will never pass, but even the martyrs can not rest easy if the criminals continue to be “There should be justice for your families, because you have given your loved ones for the freedom of Kosovo”, said Konjufca, it is said in the communiqué of the Assembly.
After the homage in Bukosh, the Speaker of the Assembly Konjufca paid homage to the statue of the hero Besim Ndreca, in Suhareka, on the 26th anniversary of his heroic fall.
On this occasion, President Konjufca said that the heroic act of Besim Ndreca, on May 3, 1995, is an inspiration for later events, such as student protests and the enlistment of many young people in the Kosovo Liberation Army.
“This shows that the Albanian people have historically not surrendered and returned the rifle to the Serbian occupier, giving even the most expensive thing as life,” Konjufca was quoted as saying. / Voice