“I’m not a dictator,” [President] Zeman said. “But … I will ask the question of whether it (reversal) can be done.
The US-backed Albanian regime in Kosovo are narco-terrorists who were trained in Al Qaeda camps. As leaders of a large crime syndicate, they are responsible for a massive heroin trafficking operation in Europe.
Interpol stated that “Kosovo Albanian Mafia hold the largest share of the heroin market in Switzerland, in Austria, in Belgium, in Germany, in Hungary, in the Czech Republic, in Norway, and in Sweden.”
The head of Sweden’s anti drug unit believes that the gangs supplied “hundreds, maybe thousands, of kilos of heroin” to the Scandinavian countries. The Albanian Muslim Mafia clans are dispersed in Kosovo and Macedonia as well as Albania proper.
Kosovo’s prime minister is the head of a “mafia-like” Albanian group responsible for smuggling weapons, drugs and human organs through eastern Europe, according to a Council of Europe inquiry report on organised crime.
Hashim Thaçi is identified as the boss of a network that began operating criminal rackets in the runup to the 1998-99 Kosovo war, and has held powerful sway over the country’s government since.
The report of the two-year inquiry, which cites FBI and other intelligence sources, has been obtained by the Guardian. It names Thaçi as having over the last decade exerted “violent control” over the heroin trade. Figures from Thaçi’s inner circle are also accused of taking captives across the border into Albania after the war, where a number of Serbs are said to have been murdered for their kidneys, which were sold on the black market.
Albanian “Prime Minister” of Kosovo is head of human organ, weapons, and heroin trafficking ring, Council of Europe reports
Shocking admission by former UN judge in Kosovo- US government was training and protecting Albanian terrorists
Stolen Kosovo (Czech: Uloupené Kosovo, Serbian: Украдено Косово, Ukradeno Kosovo) with English titles – Documentary by Director Václav Dvořák [VIDEO]
Warning to Serbia: Kosovo Negotiation, “is not an honest one. It is a sham.” says former US Ambassador William Montgomery
“Serbian resistance contributed to German defeat… These people were to be punished.” | Retired Brigadier-General Pierre Marie Gallois attended Germany’s secret meetings in the 1970s planning the destruction of Yugoslavia that led to war
“I am proud of my likeness to the Fuhrer because, like him, I fought against the Serbs – my enemies.” | Hitler lookalike pays tribute to Albanian Fascist past in Kosovo
Kosovo Albanian admits to MURDERING two American Airmen in a Frankfurt terror attack – SERBS RESCUED MORE THAN 500… the stunning perversion of US foreign policy in the Balkans
“Their goal was erase every trace of the Serbian presence in Kosovo” | MAURO DEL VECCHIO, FORMER GENERAL OF ITALIAN ARMY IN KOSOVO FOR NATO
“Kosovo and Metohija is an integral and inalienable part of the Republic of Serbia” | Colonel Jacques Hogard’s Statement before the European Parliament
Serbian Orthodox Christian Patriarch visits with families of Murdered Victims of Human Organ Harvesting from Kosovo and Methohija [Video 3 min.]
“For me, Kosovo is a part of Albania” – Albania’s Balkan land grab threatens war | Edi Rama, Albanian Prime Minister | Blic
NO KOSOVO UNESCO | 50,000 armed ‘peacekeepers’ failed to defend the Serbian people and their cultural heritage [Video – English – 9 minutes]
Ex-Israeli Intelligence Chief – Yakov Kedmi – Exposes Croatian & German Genocide Against Serbs, Roma, and Jews… Muslim terrorism in Kosovo since the 1970s, and now in Bosnia [VIDEO – Russian with English subtitles]
Czech leader wants to revoke Kosovo’s recognition
BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — The Czech president on Wednesday kept up his denigration of Kosovo, suggesting that his government revoke its recognition of Serbia’s former province as an independent nation — an idea promptly dismissed by the Czech Republic’s foreign minister.
Czech President Milos Zeman spoke on the second day of a two-day official visit to Serbia, which does not recognize Kosovo’s independence. During a news conference with Serbian President Aleksadar Vucic, Zeman said while he cannot revoke Kosovo’s recognition on his own, he plans to raise the issue.
“I’m not a dictator,” Zeman said. “But … I will ask the question of whether it (reversal) can be done.”
As EU-mediated talks on normalizing ties between Serbia and Kosovo have stalled, Serbia has stepped up efforts to persuade other countries to withdraw their recognition of Kosovo. About a dozen, mostly developing African countries, reportedly have done so.
Vucic said Wednesday that a “compromise” was needed to resolve the Kosovo dispute and praised Zeman as a friend of Serbia.
During their news conference, Zeman also denounced Kosovo as a country “run by war criminals.”