PARIS, 05. JAN. 2017 – Former Kosovo Albanian paramilitary UCK commander Ramush Haradinaj , arrested by French police, will remain in custody “until Serbia makes a formal extradition request,” a French appeal court has decided. Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic commented on the arrest of Haradinaj in France to say it is “good for justice to be above politics.” Vucic said that the Serbian prosecution has numerous pieces of evidence and “incriminating things” against Haradinaj, and that he wished that France, “as a serious country with the rule of law,” would not act in line with political positions, but rather in line with justice. “That would then raise the question of how Serbia would react in a reciprocal situation,” he said. When a B92 reporter asked whether Serbia would officially seek Haradinaj’s extradition, the prime minister responded: “You bet it will.” “We have him for so many (criminal) acts that they can’t be counted. Nobody has the right to undermine the decisions of an independent prosecution,” said Vucic. Asked whether there was “pressure concerning Haradinaj,” Vucic said he “does not know how pressure is exerted” and described himself as being “among a few who respond to every question of reporters, unlike those who say something and then run away.” “You can imagine how they feel, I don’t think it’s pleasant for them or that it’s nice for them to try and pressure. I’ve grown out of that a long time ago. Nobody is pressuring me any longer, I can’t be talked to that way, and Serbia can’t be talked to that way. I see what their wishes are, I recognize them, but what do I care what their wishes are. I’m interested in what’s just.” “They over in Europe, if they don’t like it… super. Let him go once again, then come here to lecture me about (Serbia EU accession talks) chapters 23 and 24 and the principles of the rule of law,” said Vucic.