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
The situation in Kosovo, Grenell: the US should send a special emissary, a transparent investigation is needed
Former US Special Envoy for Kosovo and Serbia, Richard Grenell spoke about the situation in the north as he called on the White House to send a special emissary to monitor the situation between Kosovo and Serbia.
In a direct link to Syri Tv, Grenell stressed the need for investigations by the US in order for the result to be transparent. He added that Europeans talk a lot about the issue in question, but when it comes to actions, they do less.
"We have to have the footage, and look carefully at everything. Not just some small snippets of videos because they seem to be snippets of the situation. I want an independent investigation. You know there has to be a third party to step in and do these autopsies. We cannot have just one party providing the information and everyone trusting that party.
This is the role of the US or the EU, but one of these two must immediately intervene and start the investigation. My concern is that Europeans talk a lot but don't act as much. It is at these moments that the US should intervene, and when they do, they take immediate action.
I think the White House should send an emissary on this situation. Now NATO is adding troops and I am worried about this situation. When Trump was president, we talked about reducing the number of military troops ," said Grenell.