On April 26, a delegation of Syrian opposition members made a stop in Pristina on their way from the US to hold talks on how to make use of the experience of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) in Syria, reports Associated Press.
“We’re in vital need of joint actions as a coalition opposition,” stressed Ammar Abdulhamid, a long-time opponent of the Syria’s President Bashar Assad. In 2005, he left Syria to settle in the US.
One man traveling the world to sum up support for his terrorist army by giving false promises, to recognise Kosova, if he becomes leader, which he will never be in the position to do, will not wash in this country.
Libyan terrorist have now started training with KFOR in Kosovo.