Kosovo President Hashim Thaçi was interviewed for six hours by war crime prosecutors at The Hague on Tuesday.
This is the second day in a row he is interviewed, and it will continue tomorrow at 13:00.
Thaçi made no comments for the media today.
The content of interviews and exchanges with prosecutors has not been made public.
On Monday, Thaçi was also interviewed for more than six hours. He said his lawyer discussed some technicalities with prosecutors, and they were presented with general questions about the Kosovo Liberation Army.
Thaçi is indicted for war crimes by the Specialist Chambers in The Hague, a court created by the Kosovo Parliament, with his strong support. Charges for war crimes against him have yet to be confirmed by a judge.