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“For me, Kosovo is a part of Albania” – Albania’s Balkan land grab threatens war | Edi Rama, Albanian Prime Minister | Blic

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The Albanian Prime Minister has big plans for the Balkans, and a big appetite for territorial conquest.

In a border discussion with the Greek government, the Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama declared, “Kosovo is a part of Albania”.

His views, and those of other Albanian nationalists who have already expelled over 200,000 Serbs and other non Albanians from the Kosovo, including Roma and Jews, have hardly been a secret.  Last November, it was announced the process is to be complete by 2025.

According to the Albanian Prime Minister, who is closely linked to George Soros,

“The union between Albania and Kosovo is not ” Plan B,” but “Plan A” and I do not imagine this union in the 21st century as a folklore act.”.

But that’s not all. The present boundaries of the Kosovo declared Ramas, are unacceptable; he wants them redrawn still deeper into Serbia.

In an obvious attempt to bite off  an even larger piece of Serbian sovereign territory, the Albanian Prime Minister intends to “correct” Kosovo’s boundaries.

After all, if he’s going to annex Kosovo, why not make Kosovo bigger?

Wouldn’t you?

Of course,  Serbia is just one piece of the Balkan pie he intends to consume.  Sizable portions of Montenegro, Macedonia and even Greece have been on the menu for some time.

Not surprisingly this is causing considerable alarm in the region:

[ A representative] of the Greek opposition New Democracy party, Yorgos Kumucakos, responded to the allegations of Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama that Athens and Tirana, in negotiations on a potential border correction, stressed that such claims threaten security, ANA-MPA reports.

“Mr. Rama’s allegations that he is negotiating a border dispute with Greece, which is actually a part of the wider correction of the borders in the Western Balkans, pose a serious threat to the stability and security of the region,” said Yorgos Kumucakos of Greece’s largest opposition New Democracy party.

Kumucakos asked the Greek government to clarify and answer whether he was involved in talks with Albanian officials on border crossings between the two countries.

He also urged the government to take an official stance on Ramine’s statement on border corrections in the wider region

None of this, of course, is supported under international law, and clearly risks igniting a regional war.

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TIRANA’S NEW PROVOCATION

Rama: For me, Kosovo is a part of Albania

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said in an interview with Vision Plus that the idea of ​​”correcting” the border between Kosovo and Serbia is one of the possible solutions to the Kosovo problem, and Kosovo has also called “part of Albania,” the Greek portal Prototem reported.

“What are we talking about today with Greece?” About the border What was Kosovo and Montenegro talking about and what happened? About the border Why not talk about the border between Kosovo and Serbia? We will talk about them as well, because it is a demarcation process “said Rama, putting Greece in the same position as the Western Balkan countries with open border issues.

The Albanian prime minister has sentenced all those who oppose the idea of ​​”correcting” the Kosovo borders, calling Kosovo “part of Albania”.

“For me, Kosovo is part of Albania, and there are other issues of Ramush Haradinaj,” Rama said in response to a recent statement by the Kosovar prime minister that Tirana is blending into Pristina’s internal affairs.

Edi Rama once again reiterated the ultimate goal of unifying Kosovo with Albania, calling it “Plan A,” and stressed that the two Kosovo members in his government are aiming to transmit the message.

“The union between Albania and Kosovo is not” Plan B, “but” Plan A “and I do not imagine this union in the 21st century as a folklore act,” Rama said.

As interpreted by the Greek Prototype, this means that this unification would not be only culturally or linguistically, but essentially and politically.

The Greek portal also estimates that these statements by the Albanian prime minister can lead to unknown consequences for the entire Balkan region, given that the ethnic Greek minority living in northern Epirus (in the southern part of Albania), as they say, definitely seek solutions for their issues, such as proposal for Kosovo.

New Democracy: Ramine statements are a threat to security

Fuchsioner of the Greek opposition New Democracy party, Yorgos Kumucakos, responded to the allegations of Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama that Athens and Tirana, in negotiations on a potential border correction, stressed that such claims threaten security, ANA-MPA reports.

“Mr. Rama’s allegations that he is negotiating a border dispute with Greece, which is actually a part of the wider correction of the borders in the Western Balkans, pose a serious threat to the stability and security of the region,” said Yorgos Kumucakos of Greece’s largest opposition New Democracy party.

Kumucakos asked the Greek government to clarify and answer whether he was involved in talks with Albanian officials on border crossings between the two countries.

He also urged the government to take an official stance on Ramine’s statement on border corrections in the wider region

 

 

NOVA PROVOKACIJA TIRANE Rama: Za mene je Kosovo deo Albanije

 

Albanski premijer Edi Rama rekao je u intervjuu za televiziju “Vizion Plus” da je ideja o “korekciji” granice između Kosova i Srbije jedno od mogućih rešenja kosovskog problema, a Kosovo je još nazvao “delom Albanije”, preneo je grčki portal Prototema.

“O čemu govorimo danas sa Grčkom? O granici. O čemu su razgovarali Kosovo i Crna Gora i šta se sve dogodilo? O granici. Zašto se ne bi razgovaralo o granici između Kosova i Srbije? Razgovaraćemo i o njima, jer je reč o procesu demarkacije”, rekao je Rama, pritom stavljajući Grčku u istu poziciju kao i zemlje Zapadnog Balkana koje imaju otvorena granična pitanja.

Edi Rama i Ramuš HaradinajFoto: RAS Srbija
Edi Rama i Ramuš Haradinaj

Albanski premijer je osudio sve one koji se protive ideji o “korekciji” kosovskih granica, nazivajući Kosovo “delom Albanije”.

“Za mene je Kosovo deo Albanije. Ostalo su pitanja Ramuša Haradinaja”, istakao je Rama reagujući na nedavnu izjavu kosovoskog premijera o tome da se Tirana meša u unutrašnje poslove Prištine.

Edi Rama je još jednom ponovio da je krajnji cilj ujedinjenje Kosova sa Albanijom, nazivajući to “planom A”, i naglasio da dva kosovska člana u njegovoj vladi imaju za cilj da prenesu tu poruku.

“Unija između Albanije i Kosova nije “plan B”, već “plan A” i ja ne zamišljam ovu uniju u 21. veku kao folklorni čin”, rekao je Rama.

Kako tumači grčka Prototema, to znači da ovo ujedinjenje ne bi bilo samo kulturno ili jezičko, nego suštinsko i političko.

Grčki portal ocenjuje i da ove izjave albanskog premijera mogu dovesti do nepoznatih posledica za ceo region Balkana, s obzirom na to da će etnička grčka manjina koja živi u severnom Epiru (u južnom delu Albanije), kako navode, definitivno tražiti rešenje za svoje pitanje poput predloga za Kosovo.

Nova demokratija: Ramine izjave su pretnja bezbednosti

Fukcioner grčke opozicione stranke Nove demokratije Jorgos Kumucakos je reagujući na tvrdnje albanskog premijera Edija Rame da su Atina i Tirana u pregovorima o potencijalnoj korekciji granica istakao da takve tvrdnje ugrožavaju bezbednost, prenosi ANA-MPA.

“Tvrdnje gospodina Rame o tome da pregovara o graničnom sporu sa Grčkom, što je zapravo deo projekta šire korekcije granica na Zapadnom Balkanu predstavljaju ozbiljnu pretnju za stabilnost i bezbednost regiona”, istakao je Jorgos Kumucakos iz najveće grčke opozicione stranke Nove demokratije.

Kumucakos je zahtevao od grčke vlade da pojasni i odgovori da li je uključena u razgovore sa albanskim zvaničnicima o prekrajanju granice između dve zemlje.

Takođe, on je pozvao vladu da zauzme zvaničan stav povodom Ramine izjave u vezi korekcija granica u širem regionu

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