Text of report in English by independent internet news agency KosovaLive
Prishtina [Pristina], 5 June: Muhamet Mustafa, a member of the Kosova [Kosovo] delegation on economic issues, said that Kosovars requested in Vienna individual and collective compensation of salaries for employees who were forcibly removed from their jobs in early 1990s by the Serb-installed administration in Kosova.
Mustafa said that this request is based on UN Security Council Resolution 689 approved in 1991. "We also requested the establishment of international committees, through which this compensation will be realized," Mustafa said.
Mustafa said that Serbia should also pay other debts, such as misappropriation of Kosova's pension fund, bank savings, bonuses for children, destroying of properties, violence against human, property and physical rights of individuals.
Kosovars also presented in Vienna a report of the International Labour Office [ILO], which evaluates that the dismissing of Kosova Albanian workers was politically motivated.
In early 1990s, over 150,000 Kosova Albanian employees in the then Socially-Owned Enterprises were dismissed from jobs under justification that they are not loyal to the then Yugoslav Federation.
Source: KosovaLive website, Pristina, in English 5 Jun 06