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Krasniqi: Kosovo does not dare to return to a country where women are turned into numbers

Center for Social Work - Ferizaj

View from the scene

Photo: Agim Ademi

The Chairman of the Democratic Party of Kosovo, Memli Krasniqi, while condemning the murder of the woman in Ferizaj on Friday, said that Kosovo does not dare to turn into a country where women are repeatedly killed and where there is no maximum punishment.

A 21-year-old woman was killed in front of the Center for Social Work in Ferizaj. As the authorities have confirmed, the suspect is her ex-partner. The two had met at QPS, during the time when the woman had sent the child to meet the father.

As a result of the shooting, the minor brother of the victim was injured. The police arrested the 36-year-old suspect. 

"Her name was Erona! She was 21 years old and had a son. Her life, not yet starting well, was ended today by her ex-husband. A tragedy that causes a lot of pain and which cannot be summed up in words. Unfortunately, a crime that comes and repeats itself month after month in our country. Beyond words and calls, today, deeds are important. Not only those of the justice bodies, but of all state mechanisms - political and administrative. Kosovo does not dare to turn into a country where women are repeatedly killed and where there is no maximum punishment. Kosovo does not dare to return to a country where women are turned into numbers. Her name was Erona. She was 21 years old. Deepest condolences to the family!" Krasniqi wrote on Facebook on Friday evening.