Head of National Council of Albanians Claims Ethnic Albanians from South of Country Do Not Trust Serbian Doctors

The head of the National Council of Albanians, Ragmi Mustafa, asked the Kosovo authorities to enable ethnic Albanians from the south of Serbia to be treated for COVID-19 in Kosovo health institutions, claiming that they fear that they would not receive adequate treatment in Serbia’s hospitals, Serbia-based media carried on Wednesday.

“For well-known reasons, Albanians from Presevo, Bujanovac, and Medvedja fear that they will not receive proper health treatment and service in the regional hospitals of Vranje and Leskovac, where there are almost no employed Albanians”, according to Mustafa, who is also the leader of the Party of Democratic Action (PDSH).

Mustafa said that due to the increase in the number of infected with the coronavirus in Presevo, the National Council of Albanians and the newly elected MP in the Serbian Parliament Shaip Kamberi sent a letter to the Kosovo authorities requesting that ethnic Albanians from southern Serbia be exempted from the announced tightening of entry measures in Kosovo.