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"The Embassy of Kosovo in Ljubljana ... sent us a diplomatic note confirming that the Kosovo citizen was crossing Slovenia while returning from a special diplomatic mission abroad which is why Slovenia must enable him free passage," the court said.
The arrest of Haradinaj, who was prime minister of Kosovo in 2004-05, had infuriated Kosovars, many of whom consider him a hero for his role in fighting Serbian forces in 1998-99.
The former Serbian province declared independence in 2008.
Haradinaj was tried and acquitted twice of war crimes at a United Nations court in the Hague. He frequently travels through Europe, including Slovenia, and it remains unclear why police acted on the 2004 warrant on this occasion and not earlier.Güncelleme Tarihi: 19 Haziran 2015, 17:23