The Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia Maria Zakharova stated that Kosovo and Metohija was a “black market transplant” territory during the armed conflicts in the region and a “black hole” where people vanished, while the people in the West lined up for their organs.

“That is an area where people were dissected alive and had their organs removed to be trafficked to those who, unconditionally and without any intent to slander, this is exactly how it happened, lined up in the West waiting for organ transplant surgeries, said Zakharova to Sputnik.

According to her, they had begun to receive the awaited organs after Kosovo* was turned into a horrific black hole where people vanished, and where they were not only killed, but killed in order to sell their organs.

The Kosovo* Specialist Chambers were established in order to consider serious cross-border crimes, war crimes and crimes against humanity committed between 1998 and 2000 in Kosovo and Metohija.

The rationale for its establishment was the report of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe published on January 7, 2011, which claims that the members of the terrorist Kosovo Liberation Army were involved in serious crimes between late 1990 and early 2000, including narcotics trade, kidnapping and murders, and black market trafficking in human organs.

On July 21, the Parliament of Albania unanimously voted to pass a resolution rejecting the accusations of organ trafficking during the war in Kosovo* from the Council of Europe report.