Meanwhile a Serbian soldier, captured by the Kosovo Liberation Army, has spoken of atrocities being carried out by Yugoslav forces against ethnic Albanians.
In one of the first accounts of what is going on inside Kosovo from the Serbian military, he has told his captors of killings and rape inside the province.
The Kosovo Liberation Army has released a video of the 29-year-old infantryman, Shefko Terovic, being interrogated after his capture in western Kosovo. He looks dazed and first appears blindfolded and handcuffed in the back of a jeep. The video claims 11 out of the 12 men in his unit have been killed.
Speaking through an interpreter, he then apparently tells the KLA: "I remember a refugee area where we acted terribly - I heard from some friends from the camp where women were raped.
On extracts of the tape played on Radio 4's Today programme, he added: "We cleansed not only men but women, children and the elderly. When we cleansed houses we took what we wanted - jewellery, money, cars.
"Two days after Nato air strikes we opened fire on Albanian houses with tanks. We set houses on fire with civilians probably inside."
Pte Terovic then names the commanders who have ordered the ethnic cleansing. He said the police ordered troops to collect money from Albanians before ordering them to leave their homes. He also describes how he met Serbian paramilitaries who had carried out a massacre.