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Erdogan says NO to Greater Albania

by Adam Garrie

Erdogan’s remarks are proximate related to Albania housing elements of the terrorist Gülen organisation. In the longer term, they are also related to Erdogan’s fears of the US abandoning its former Turkish ally in favour of Kurds in Syria and Iraq.

For centuries Ottoman Turkey ruled the Balkans and this colonial past has not been forgotten, particularly among Orthodox Christians in southern Europe.

Turkey has long had connections to an increasingly radical regime in Bosnia-Herzegovina and while Erdogan has not invested as heavily in stirring up radical political Sunni ideology in Albania (not that his help is required), Turkey has strongly backed the Albanian radical separatist party Besa in Macedonia. BY contrast the radical Albanian faction backed by the US is the Democratic Union for Integration. This underscores yet another of the many outstanding con flits between Turkey and the US, two countries that can now legitimately be called ‘former’ allies in many respects.

READ MORE: Albanian parties in Macedonia begin fighting among themselves

Albanians throughout the Balkans have been agitating for something called Greater Albania, something which amounts to an illegal land-grab of foreign territories with an Albanian population, however small.

The countries which stand to have their territory annexed in such a move include Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Greece.

The Tirana Platform which provides a blueprint for creating the first part of a Greater Albania carved from the sovereign Macedonian state is strongly backed by the west.

READ MORE: 100 years later, the west has authored a new Balfour Declaration for the Balkans

However, Turkey now appears to have backed fully away from the project.

Erdogan told Albanian television the following,

“These are bad things. You see what is happening in the Middle East, in Iraq, Syria … We do not want such crises to happen in the Balkans. There are those who try to design such plans for the Balkans, but we must not let them. We advocate respect of sovereignty and integrity of states and this must be understood.

Therefore, such games must no longer be played here in Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Albania, Serbia”.

The statement comes three days before Albanians Parliamentary elections, elections which have been fraught with protests as opposition figures call for the ruling Prime Minister Edi Rama to step down before the elections amid allegations of extreme corruption.

The real reason that Erdogan has condemned Albanian imperialism is likely due to the fact that loyalists to the Turkish cleric and political leader Fethullah Gülen have started setting up base in Albania.

Fethullah Gülen is currently exiled in the United States, though Turkey continues to request his extradition. In Turkey Gülen is wanted on terrorism charges while his organisation is banned by Ankara.

Erdogan warned Albanians against supporting Gülen’s organisation saying that Albanians should not send their children to schools run by Gülenist organisations. Erdogan is well aware that this admonition may fall on deaf ears, a prospect which will rightly infuriate Erdogan.

Erdogan continues to blame the failed Turkish coup of 2016 on Gülen and said that Gülenists could stage a coup in the small and impoverished Albanian state far more easily than in Turkey. In this sense he is correct.

Furthermore, ISIS have now moved into Albania, making it one of its strongest bases in Europe, in addition to the occupied Serbian province of Kosovo and Metohija where Albanian organised criminals control a NATO backed occupational regime.

READ MORE: Rodrigo Duterte vows to cutoff ISIS drug money

This comes at a time when Erdogan’s wider international position is increasingly precarious. In Syria Erdogan is both backed against the wall as well as in possession of an ace in the pack when it comes to moving the eventual peace settlement in the Syrian conflict.

Erdogan’s plan to help overthrow the government in Syria has failed. He knows it and the wider world knows it. What Erdogan will also be all too aware of is that in contributing to the chaos in Syria, Erdogan’s actions have emboldened Kurds in Syria to such a degree that many are expecting the United States to favour the creation of a Kurdish state carved from both Iraqi and possibly also Syrian territory.

The extent to which the US has backed Syrian Kurds is horrifying to Erdogan as it would be to any Turkish President.

Indeed, Erdogan once faced internal opposition from all sides for being too soft on the Kurdish issue.

Erdogan’s wild Ottoman adventurism may be coming to an end. His failures in the Arab world and his condemnation of  Gülenist in the narco-state of Albania mean that Erdogan’s attention may well be turning away from the Arab world and Balkans and back towards internal security matters.

This of course means opposing Kurdish separatism as all parties of all ideologies in Turkey continue to do.

This development actually draws Turkey closer to Russia. Russia is one of the few countries with good relations with Syria, the Kurds and Turkey. If Erdogan were to strike a deal with Russia to prevent full-Kurdish statehood on Turkey’s borders, Erdogan could repay the favour by  committing further to a Russian led Astana peace process without working against the Syrian government. This would also help bring Turkey closer to Iran which also is set against Kurdish separatism.

Russia would also like to see Erdogan do less to flame up Sunni extremism in the Balkans. His statements in Albania mean that perhaps he is indeed moving in this direction.

America and Turkey are now more suspicious of each other than at any time since the founding of the Turkish Republic. Vladimir Putin’s ability to speak openly with Erdogan has led the two to develop a relationship based on respect, in spite of many lingering differences, both historic and present.

Turkey could do much to gain further Russian support on the Kurdish issue if Turkey makes a firm commitment to end all meddling in Arab and Balkan affairs. Taking a softer tone against Cyprus which Turkey continues to illegally occupy would also sweeten the proverbial pot.

Erdogan’s neo-Ottoman adventurism has discredited much of his foreign policy, but if he shifts back to the traditional domestic agenda of virtually all major Turkish leaders since the time of Ataturk, he may be able to retain not only power against some odds,  but also play a useful role in preventing both the break-up of Syria and Iraq while also playing some part in calming Albanian imperialism in the Balkans.


Advice to the diplomats of Prishtina

Albin Kurti, candidate for prime minister from the opposition party Vetevendosje, June 9, 2017. | Photo: AP Visar Kryeziu.


Unsolicited advice to Prishtina’s real elite huddling at the Arberia White House.  

Anguished and despairing, last night the diplomats bilateral and multilateral of Prishtina asked for my advice. I saw them this morning in the US embassy. This is what I told them.

In the 2014 elections your predecessors made a mistake, and the effects are now burning your hands. So listen carefully.

Their mistake was to stop Vetevendosje from committing the mistake of joining a coalition government led by a segment of Kosovo’s elite.

Their reasoning, if you wish to call it that way, was that Vetevendosje’s elevation to the executive power would have prevented further progress in the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue and obstructed the implementation of the agreements already reached.

You know the effects better than I do. The dialogue stuttered, and was even temporarily boycotted by the elite. The agreements remain unimplemented, and are now even more unpopular than they were before. And Vetevendosje doubled its share of the vote.

Besides the incompetence and corruption of the last government, they also won all those votes because you excluded them from government. Of course Vetevendosje added a dose of populism and extravagance to its appeal as the only real opposition. But you cannot complain, because it was obvious that they would do that, as well as because when the police illegally arrested them, you didn’t raise a finger.

What would have happened had you allowed Vetevendosje into the government? Well, it’s simple. The dialogue would equally have stuttered, but any progress made would have relied on genuine popular political support in Kosovo: it would have been real, not fictional, progress. The same goes for the implementation of the agreements. But what matters more is that Kosovo would have debated those issues, and this would have been a much-needed school of democracy, which is the management of political conflict: a school of open, reasoned debate on difficult policy questions. So you and Kosovo would not have been worse off than you currently are.

But in parallel Vetevendosje would have been tainted by its association with the elite. This would have been bad for Kosovo, but good for you. Vetevendosje would never have doubled its votes yesterday. It would have either split, between radicals and moderates, or began an insensible transformation into another elite party, for the temptations of theft and impunity are hard to resist and not all of Vetevendosje can be assumed to be saints. You would now have a Vetevendosje well on the way toward normalization.

‘Now you see the mistake?’ I said at this point. ‘Yes!’ they answered. ‘Good—I encouraged them—but now listen even more carefully because it becomes a bit more difficult.’

Having doubled its vote, Vetevendosje is now better protected from the risk of being infected by the elite. Whatever the numbers, it is likely to be the politically dominant partner of any coalition with the elite. So, such coalition could quietly manage the gradual exit of the extant elite and prepare Kosovo for a better form of politics. Mark those words: ‘quietly’ and ‘gradual’: I am talking of a transition, as an alternative to social unrest, which you fear, and to implacable justice, which they would deserve.

You would not obtain much regarding the Kosovo-Serbia dialogue, of course. But: (1) who cares? The dialogue is a fiction anyway (the only thing that matters is EU accession, which will solve all problems but is too far away); (2) you would have no progress anyway, with a twice-as-big Vetevendosje opposition.

What you and Kosovo would obtain is a better, cleaner, and more responsive government, and possibly a change in the popular mood: discontent could turn into hope.

Of course, maybe none of this will work. But you have no other option, frankly. If you keep Vetevendosje out and bless yet another elite-led government, you risk an uprising anytime soon, and probably another wave of migration, probably bigger than in 2014.

You are not, let’s face it, the brightest minds of your foreign services. But you would really look stupid if that happened.

So, throw the reports you are writing to your capitals into the bin, and for once give them truthful analysis and brave advice. You can afford it: your hopes for a brilliant career are now forgotten if you find yourselves in Prishtina, and you can allow yourselves to take risks. Indeed you must, if you want to rescue your career.

This is what you must do. First you split both coalitions of the elite: you break them up. Then you pick some parts of the elite (you choose which ones) and put them together with Vetevendosje into a coalition government, with a healthy majority. The parts you don’t use you throw into opposition, and you send their names to the Hague court, saying that they can be indicted and convicted. Before you do any of this you call in a few more NATO troops and send them with tanks to patrol the villages of the to-be-discarded elites, lest they fall into the temptation of shooting some clueless EULEX official. When you have finished you retire to your embassies and let Kosovo politics run its course.

For that will be enough. The elite parts that will have been saved will play by the rules, because they will have seen that the discarded ones went to jail, and the obligations of high office will concentrate Vetevendosje’s mind on social and republican issues. And all will be well, if all won’t go wrong. But it’s a risk you must take.

Prishtina Insight

In Kosovo, too, there’s a future for a leftist party of economic and social justice

here’s a future for a leftist party of economic and social justice

Vetëvendosje represents hope for Kosovar citizens who are weary of the coalition of convenience between former warlords and international administrators

Supporters of Vetëvendosje wave Albanian national flags during the party’s closing election campaign rally in Pristina.

Supporters of Vetëvendosje wave Albanian national flags during the party’s closing election campaign rally in Pristina. Photograph: Armend Nimani/AFP/Getty Images

The UK is not the only country to have experienced a snap election in June. In Kosovo, a coalition between the Democratic party of Kosovo, the Alliance for the Future of Kosovo and the Initiative for Kosovo has finished in first place with 34% of the vote. A victory, but not enough to form a government. Sound familiar?

This could be great news for Vetëvendosje, a leftist political movement that introduced the vocabulary of anti-colonialism in response to the post-war neoliberal administration of Kosovo. Vetëvendosje, which translates as “self-determination”, has won more seats in the parliamentary elections than any other political party, taking 26% of the vote.

Although Vetëvendosje will have to choose a coalition partner to form a government, this win is a landmark event, a victory over the “war wing” coalition led by questionable members of the Kosovo Liberation Army. By contrast, Vetëvendosje’s former leader Albin Kurti is an emblem of Kosovar peaceful resistance. Kurti was imprisoned by the Serbian regime during the war, and after his release went back into politics in response to the longstanding political and economic problems of post-war Kosovo.

Albin Kurti, candidate for prime minister and former leader of Vetëvendosje, celebrates on Sunday.
Albin Kurti, candidate for prime minister and former leader of Vetëvendosje, celebrates on Sunday. Photograph: Hazir Reka/Reuters

Confronting economic despair caused by the privatisation of public enterprises, economic stagnation and Serbian state efforts to undermine Kosovo’s independence efforts, Vetëvendosje emerged in 2004 as an autonomous social and economic justice movement for self-determination. Its critique of the post-war convergence of international and local corruption resonated with Kosovar citizens who had grown weary of a coalition of convenience between former warlords and international administrators. Taking politics to the grassroots, Vetëvendosje activists worked with marginalised citizens, generating a new political vocabulary that provided a systematic critique of what had gone wrong with the postwar administration of Kosovo. Vetëvendosje challenged both the nationalist rhetoric of war heroes and the Serbian state claims on Kosovo.

Electoral victories of inspiring leftist political movements in the Balkans are not unprecedented. In Greece, Syriza’s victory in 2015 sent rays of hope around the region with its anti-austerity politics, an economic and political restructuring that sought to address the EU’s austerity demands. As prime minister, Alexis Tsipras consolidated his power. However, Syriza became indistinguishable from previous mainstream liberal governments in Greece – from giving in to EU pressure to fire finance minister Yanis Varoufakis to shipping refugees back to Turkey following the EU-Turkey deal.

The fate of Syriza should serve as a warning to the jubilant crowds in Kosovo today. Vetëvendosje must address the economic destitution of Kosovo created by years of market reforms and privatisation of public wealth, deteriorating educational infrastructure and social and medical services that have performed worse than the parallel underground institutions that existed under Serbian rule. Its critique of privatisation as “a corruption model, contributing to increasing unemployment, ruining the economy, and halting economic development of the country” must be transformed into policies – from abrogating the Kosovo Trust Agency that has facilitated the privatisation process, to the investigation of the problematic procurement processes that have created a business-political oligarchy.

On sovereignty, Vetëvendosje must also follow through on the principle that started the movement – no external involvement of the EU or other unelected international consultants in deciding the future of the people of Kosovo. Even more important, Vetëvendosje must change its approach to negotiations with Serbia and the EU, in which Kosovo has been treated not as the victim of Serbian-state violence but as the perpetrator. Sticking to its slogan of “No negotiations” without acknowledgments of the Serbian state’s war crimes in Kosovo is important, not only for Kosovo but for all past and ongoing state-sponsored crimes that are silenced through the politics of “reconciliation”.

This should include war reparations and the question of ratification of Kosovo’s borders with Serbia. The new government must make it clear to international brokers that Kosovo cannot be expected to negotiate with a country that refuses to acknowledge its crimes of occupation and continues to deny Kosovo’s right to exist in its official discourse.

Just as important, Kosovo needs a new commitment to its Roma and Serbian minorities that is not guided by the UN/EU institutionalisation of post-war ethnic, racial and religious differentiation, but by comprehensive economic and political integration. The violence against women and LGBTQ communities – a widespread post-war phenomenon – must be tackled seriously and meaningfully beyond the template solutions developed and delivered by EU apparatchiks that have done more harm than healing.

The surveillance and securitisation of Muslim communities through counter-radicalisation projects by previous governments must also come to an end as, with extreme secularist politics and poverty, they have contributed to Islamic State’s recruitment of a handful of fighters from the Kosovar youth.

Demands by the EU should be treated with indifference as long as they do not acknowledge Kosovars as a sovereign people free to choose and charter their own futures. Vetëvendosje represents the hope for which Kosovars have waited for more than three decades. Its slogan “#withheart” has won the over the country’s people. Let’s hope this is the political force that leads the new government in Kosovo and delivers on its promises.


Albin Kurti – A Message to International Friends

Two Days After the Assassination of the ‘Butcher of the Balkans’ ISIS Terrorist Threat to the Balkans

Lavdrim Muhaxheri

“Kosovo police have information about the murder of a person in Syria, who is from Kosovo. However, referring the situation in Syria, the Kosovo Police possesses no official information or documentation to kill him! ” This is the only statement of the Kosovo Police announces the execution of Lavdrim Muhaxheri, the young man from Kacanik, who was killed during the bombing in Syria.

Yesterday, his family opened the doors of Morti while in his native area, the media have followed moments from visits from local residents in his family. About everything happened in Kacanik he has spoken head of the Islamic Community in this area, as he has called not to go to fight because according to him the last three years in this area, to his knowledge has not gone any person in Syria. But while kaçanik Muhaxheri family receives condolences over the death of a son in the war, which for them is a holy war, a lot of data that yesterday they shed light on a scary statement ISIS, where we learn that already in the target their will be exactly the Balkan capitals. It is not known the reason for this is getting massive threat, but according to “Rumiyah” magazine ISIS, but Bosniak version, we learn that already in the list of attacks with knives and bombs is also listed Tirana.

Warning ISIS

Referring to international data is hereby given that the Islamic State terrorist group has warned wave of terror in all the Balkan countries after the bloody attacks in Europe. “No, I swear by Allah, we have not forgotten the Balkans!” So yesterday warned the Bosnian version of ISIS magazine’s “Rumiyah”, a new wave of terror threat to the entire region. In the article “Balkan-Blood for enemies, honey” friends, ISIS threatens so directly Serbs and Croats for their roles in the Balkan wars but also Muslims “traitors” to the faith.

“Soon the caliphate soldiers will walk through Belgrade, Zagreb, Sarajevo, Tirana, Pristina, Skopje and other cities are beheaded and shed the blood of the infidels”, warns the magazine. The article warns that all traitors to the Islamic faith in Bosnia, Serbia, Sandzak, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia will be cut off if “no return to Islam.” “Your blood is sweeter than that of the Serbs and Croats for us,” said the magazine, according to the “Balkan Insight”. Bosnian language version of ISIS magazine since last September has justified the terrorist group attacks around the world. Magazines published in many languages, including Arabic, English, Turkish, German and French. According to official data, Bosnia is one of the main exporters of jihadists in the Middle East.

In the role of strategist

Muhaxheri known as a militant esteemed, who acted as a liaison between the Islamic State and the Albanians in Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia. He said he worked in the camp of American forces Bondsteel, near Urosevac, although it is not yet clear what exactly worked there. In 2010, reported by the media that Kosovo is engaged through a private company, to work for two years in NATO camps in Afghanistan. Upon returning to kaçanik Muhaxheri was engaged in a local mall “Islamic Youth in Kaçanik”, before taking the road to Syria.

enforcement authorities in Kosovo believe that his first trip there took place in 2012, from where he returned to Kosovo a year later. In this period, in 2013, the Kosovo Police launches investigation on him and he still travels to Syria. At least 300 Kosovo citizens have participated in foreign conflicts in Syria and Iraq, positioned on the side of declared terrorist organizations, such as the so-called Islamic State and Al-Nusra. Security structures in the country have emphasized that foreign battlefields are standing still 140 people, among whom there were women and children. Of these countries to the war in Kosovo have already returned 100 people. Kosovo has adopted the law, which provides for participation in foreign conflicts and provides for imprisonment up to 15 years.

Albanians killed in Syria

This is not the first time reported to his murder Sir, although when it came to take him weeks later appeared in a place inhabited by Albanians. In August 2014, the media had reported the murder of Lavdrim Muhaxheri. A video distributed on May 21, 2015 by a secret group of Syrian activists, Muhaxheri seemed killing a Syrian anti-tank missile. Muhaxheri had caused headlines earlier posting some of his photos on social networks, which was seen by beheading a man. He was promoted in September 2015 it was said that it was the official currency of IS, Golden Dinar.

Yet his death two days ago was well received by his family, and no one knows what happens to their bodies as in other cases the bodies of those killed never have arrived in Albania and Kosovo. There also remain the rest of the fighters family, at least in the case of Albanians killed out there who have a spouse and children, or just children, as was the case Shkëlzen Dumani, who grabbed the woman’s two children and today that day do not know their whereabouts, while Dumani said he was killed shortly before!


Editors Note to Police

If the police are taking the threat seriously then they should be placing bollards around pedestrian areas to prevent the car and truck attacks that we have seen in Germany, France and UK.

Uta Ibrahimi, first Albanian woman to defeat Everest

Uta Ibrahimi from Kosovo, is the first Albanian climber to have climbed Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world.

“On 22 May 2017 at 5 am Uta defeated Everest. She did not give up despite the weather, thus making the entire Albanian nation proud,” climber and pioneer of “Albanian Women to Himalayas” project, Xhim Begeja writes on Facebook.

Uta, herself, writes “to all the people who urged me to love mother nature, who gave me affection and embraces, courage and faith, through our expeditions over 6 years and some and to those who believed in my dream and encouraged me to make it true! Life is a personal challenge, this is my lesson learnt during these 50 days of difficult climbing to tough altitudes above sea level, through #the Himalayas…. Thank you from the bottom of the heart to each and all of you.”

Mount Everest of the Himalayas is Earth’s highest mountain. Its peak is 8,848 metres (29,029 ft) above sea level.

At this altitude air is rare and there is lack of oxygen, strong winds and extremely low temperatures make it impossible for plants and grass to grow. Mount Everest is named after Surveyor General of India, Sir George Everest by proposal of Andrew Waugh who is credited with being “the first person to put two feet on top of Mount Everest.”


Statement from Families of Fouaa and Kafraya Terrorist Opposition Bombing

Friends of Syria

by Miri Wood
Syrian child who survived Saturday’s terrorist massacre is ignored by malignant msm

Families hold Ahrar al Sham, Nusra, Qatar, and Turkey responsible for failing to protect and secure the safety of their families.  For two days the ‘militants’ procrastinated, keeping families on the buses with little food, water, and exhausted, delaying the evacuation.  In the chaos of the bombing, a large number of their relatives have been kidnapped/gone missing and they have no news of their whereabouts.


The families of Fouaa and Kafraya demand the following:

  • All culprits involved in the bombing be handed over to the authorities in the Syrian Arab Republic.
  • The transfer of the wounded (in opposition areas/Turkey) to hospitals under the control of the Syrian Arab Republic.
  • The commitment of the opposition the continuation of the agreement and completion of the evacuation of residents from Fouaa and Kafraya
  • Finding those who have since…

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CNN Calls 95 Slain Syrian Children ‘Assad Supporters’

Friends of Syria


A CNN report has covered up a heinous attack on children, women and elderly by Syrian Islamic extremist rebels.

127 Syrian evacuees were killed when a massive bomb ripped through their convoy of buses, carrying them way from the besieged towns of Fua and Kfarya to government controlled Aleppo.

95 of the victims were children; some of whom were burnt to death in the blast.

A suicide bomber woke up last Saturday morning and decided to go and kill himself some Shia children.

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He pulled up in an aids truck next to the waiting convoy at a rebel-held area on the outskirts of Aleppo.

He then started dishing out snacks to hungry children before detonating his device.

CNN described the heinous crime a consequence of “brutal war between Sunni and…

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Warmonger McCain in the Balkans – Will Serbia be another Ukraine

Friends of Syria

Whenever John McCain travels outside the US, you can guarantee trouble will follow.

Following the recent elections in Serbia of Aleksandar Vucic, the Serbs have taken to the streets to demonstrate, unhappy with the election result.

Demonstrations all over Serbia – Balkan Insight

McCain is in Serbia to make sure that Vucic will continue talks with Kosovo, so that they can rush Serbia into the EU and away from Putin. As the Cold War has never been over as far as the Balkans are concerned and the US has only one agenda and that is to get as many countries into the EU and NATO away from Russia.

The US controls Kosovo with the largest military base outside of the US and are presently building a new Embassy which could possibly one of the biggest they have. Kosovo belongs to the US as far as they are concerned and they see…

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KEK – Nepotism Continues in the Hashim Thaci Family

President Hashim Thaci continues to get jobs family members


The cousin of Hashim Thaci, Njazi Thaci is the Operating Director of the Kosovo Energy Corporation and when four positions became available at the energy company and there were over three thousand applicants for the jobs.

However it doesn’t matter how qualified you are for a position, as it is not what you know but who you know, or who your relatives are.

In the latest job hiring in Kosovo Energy Corporation, where more than 3,000 applications were submitted for four announced vacancies, the successful candidates are two family members of the director of Operations Nijazi Thaci, the nephew of the director of finances and the brother of the director of procurement!

This is the reason there was a mass exodus after the fraudulent elections, because they know there is no chance of having a job in Kosovo while Hashim Thaci and Isa Mustafa are in power.

When Isa Mustafa became Prime Minister after losing his position of Mayor to Shpend Ahmeti, it didn’t take him long to find government jobs to his family. When Mayor Ahmeti took up his position the first thing he did was to sell all the municipality cars. He then found that all the employees and all contracts had gone to family and friends of Isa Mustafa. On the other hand as soon as Isa Mustafa became Prime Minister he gave the contract to service the government cars to his son, which paid 1,000 euros per service per car. After an outcry this changed.

Kosovo is the only country in Europe that does not have freedom of movement. The reason given is the corruption, yet the US are protecting Thaci to get a deal with Serbia, so they can fast track Serbia into the EU and away from Russia, all at the expense of the Kosovars.

There is no way forward for the Kosovars while the US continues to turn a blind eye to the corruption and nepotism of Hashim Thaci and Isa Mustafa, giving the excuse that there is no evidence. There is plenty of evidence, but they don’t want to do anything about it.







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