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Shaip Kamberi meets President Vucic: Advancing the rights of Albanians is our only interest

Shaip Kamberi meets President Vucic: Advancing the rights of Albanians is our

The only Albanian deputy in the Serbian parliament, Shaip Kamberi, met this morning with the Serbian Prime Minister, Vucic.

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Kamberi presented to the Prime Minister of Serbia some requests for the Albanians, while he informed them that they are not interested in any position at the central level.

"Together with Nevzadi, the chairman of the Albanian National Council and Rahim, the authorized person of the electoral list "The political battle of Albanians continues - Shaip Kamberi", in the framework of the consultations for the establishment of the government, we met the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić.

We presented to President Vucic the legitimate demands of the Albanians of the Valley based on the 7-point Plan, we reiterated our common position that we are not interested in any position at the central level, but that we consider that the advancement of the rights of the Albanians is our only interest and that it should start from state institutions at the local and regional level.

The state's approach to Albanians must change. The case of the discriminated doctors of Presheva requires an urgent solution, as well as the integration of qualified Albanians into the police.

With President Vucic, we also discussed the need to privatize Banja e Bujanoci, increase investments at the local level and stop the language of hatred against Albanians.

Schools in the Albanian language and the improvement of the infrastructure in them should be the agenda of the new government, while the renaming of the school in Bilaç to Ismail Kadare should ensure a constructive approach of the ministry.

Diplomats require urgent solutions. The advancement of the position of the Albanians of the Valley and the provision of a better perspective for everyone also depends on them" , writes Kamberi.

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