“These are clearly non-military targets, banned under international law,” said Green Party Foreign Affairs spokesperson Keith Locke.
“The people who will suffer from lack of water and electricity will be ordinary Serbians. Cutting off power poses grave dangers in hospitals, and lack of running water opens the way for a spread of disease.
“NATO says it is trying to stop Serbian attacks on Kosovars of Albanian descent. Surely, it is morally inconsistent to achieve this by attacking essential services of the Serbian people, and causing great hardship.
“New Zealand should promote negotiations for a peaceful settlement of the Kosovo crisis,” said Mr Locke.