Morning mail/ With 2 lines: What was important yesterday in Albania
Declared internationally wanted, the Albanian is arrested in Greece
Despite the objections, the Italian government ratifies the agreement with Albania for immigrants
Eros Grezda's adventure with Partizan ends
The session is postponed, Fredi Beleri refuses to testify
Kosova/Balliu: Rama has requested two actions that are lifesaving for Vucic
The head of organization in DP, Klevis Balliu, has reacted after the scandal involving Prime Minister Edi Rama in relation to Kosovo's tensions with Serbia.
In a post on Facebook, Balliu stated that the military advancement of Serbia is condemned by the world but not by Rama.
Serbia's military advance is condemned by the world but not by Rama
Finally, Rama lost the opportunity to hide as a friend and partner of Serbia's plans.
He has requested two actions that are life saving for Vucic.
He requested KFOR in the north of Kosovo and the international table for Kosovo.
Both of these diplomatic moves have been requested by Serbia and Russia, but Rama wants to sell them as his ideas.
There is no greater harm to Kosovo than the sale of Russian-Serbian ideas or projects as Albanian projects.
Serbia declares this to the international community, we agree with Albania's proposals.
This open service of Rames to the young Milosevics today does not pass in silence with us.
Rama says that Kosovo and Serbia should take a step back by putting the aggressor Hitlerian Vucic and Kurti who defends the independence of their land in the same position.
So there is no possibility, regardless of hiding behind schizophrenic lectures and word games, that he is not understood to be only a servant and implementer of the anti-Kosovo project.
Today, two discussion tables are needed, a NATO table to give the new Milosevic the answer that the old Milosevic received.
And the second table, for declaring Rames non grata in Kosovo, since he is the promoter of Serbian ideas and policies in the region, he is now as much a danger to the region as the new Milosevic.