Thursday, March 22, 2012

RBA officially became a political party

RBA officially became a political party
The Court of Tirana has accepted the registration of the Red and Black Alliance as a new party in Albania, with Kreshnik Spahiu as leader.

Judge Arben Mullai decided to accept the request for registration of the party that states in its request that its goal is to defend the basic document of the Albanian Republic, the Constitution; and the human dignity of the Albanians, by turning it into a resistance symbol for a national matter. The emblem of this party has the Red and Black Alliance initials with the Albanian eagle.

In the statute, the RBA promises to recover Albania through the construction of a strong legal state, based on the foundations of a national and historical compromises of all political factors that Albania will recover only if the basic democratic standards will be established, and change will come only by limiting the political mandates of the party leaders, the Prime Ministers, the Mayors and heads of communes, with no more than two mandates.

The RBA promises to open the files of all collaborators of the communist regime Security Service, who have committed crimes against the Alobanian people, and if the Constitutional and Supreme Courts will be detached from the political control.

Another promise of the RBA is to defend the Albanians who live in other countries through political, institutional and social ways, wherever the Albanians live, in Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Chameria, Presheva and the Diaspora.

Premier Berisha receives European Commission Director General for Enlargement, Mr. Stefano Sannino
Premier Berisha received today the European Commission Director General for Enlargement, Mr. Stefano Sannino, accompanied by Ambassador of EC delegation in Tirana, Mr. Ettore Sequi.

Heartily welcoming him, Premier Berisha thanked Mr. Sannino for interest, attention and continuous support provided by him personally and European Commission for Albania and its integration into European Union.

In this respect, Premier Berisha emphasized that the Albanian government remains totally committed to implementing all the reforms, taking all the measures and making the utmost to rapidly push ahead with the major project of the Albanians, the EU membership, as the best interest of Albania, adding that the Albanian government strongly believes that this process must be completely based on performance and merit.

Later on, Premier Berisha informed Mr. Sannino of the great job carried out so far with successful reforms and their results in the course of this period in all fields. The Premier praised the support of European Commission and other EU institutions and other actors in this cooperation process, especially during meetings with Albanian part.

Premier Berisha informed Mr. Sannino of the work carried out in the course of recent months for drafting and approval of the plan addressing the EU requirements and reaffirmed the full determination of government to undertake every step to meet these obligations, hoping opposition would not make efforts to hamper this process. In this respect, Premier Berisha focused on issues of immunity lifting, considering it a fundamental step of great importance in fight against corruption. The Premier pointed to the full engagement of the Albanian government to rapidly push ahead will all the reforms included in the Action Plan for the addressing of 12 requirements, which include among other things the electoral reform, changes to Parliament procedures, digital registration of the properties, approval of law on Administrative Court, etc.  

Europe Invests €71.7m in Albanian Water, Sewage

Albania on Wednesday signed a series of agreements with the German KfW Bank Group, aimed at improving water and sewage systems in several cities.
Besar Likmeta
The EU delegation in Tirana said in a statement that Albania's Finance Ministry, Transport Ministry and water and sewage authorities had signed five financing and loan Agreements.
The total amount of the agreements is €71.7 million, and includes a grant of €25.5 million from the EU.
The funds, provided by the EU, Germany and Switzerland, will be spent on improving water utility services in Fier, Saranda, Lushnja, Berat, Kuçova, Kamza and Korca.
The aim is "to improve the regularity and quality of the water supply and sewerage disposal systems,” the EU delegation said.

Albania's water and sewerage systems in Albania have not kept apace with the need for modernization and demographic change.
The drinking water supply network is mostly old and poorly maintained, and treatment of wastewater is limited, with only two operational wastewater treatment plants in Pogradec and Kavaja.

Although the investment is large and will take until 2015 to be completed, the EU delegation head in Tirana, Ettore Sequi, underlined that the money will not be sufficient if Albania does not put upgrading water management on the agenda at central and local level.

“Failing to do so will only increase future remediation costs,” Sequi said.
Edi Rama, meetings in the US Congress

Rama, meetings in the US Congress
After meeting the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Europe, Philip Reeker, the Socialist leader, Edi Rama, continued his visit at the US Congress.

The opposition leader met congressmen Engel and Peters with whom he discussed the new Socialist Party political program.

Congressmen Peters and Engel have valued the Socialist Party role and offered their support to the program.

Rama also met Gregory Meeks, the highest democrat at the Commission of Foreign Relations, group of Europe.

The Socialist Leader thanked the congressman for the strong support to Albania in its NATO integration process and asked him at the same time a concrete help for the country’s EU membership.

Focusing on the new SP program on sport, Rama met a US football star, Heath Shuler, today a Congressman of Northern Caroline.

Congressman Shuler offered concrete ideas for this sector, and a second meeting in Tirana was planned for a bigger promotion of sportive culture in our country.

The opposition leader met the Head of the Commission for the Interior Security, Congressman Aderholt. Rama’s meeting with congressman Aderholt was focused on Albania.

The Socialist leader, in a message on his official web page says that Congressman Aderholt, Head of the Security Commission, was very interested on Albania.

Aderholt asked information about the electoral reform process. After Mr. Rama’s invitation, Aderholt might visit Albania on May 2012.

Rama started his visit in the USA by meeting a group of students at the New York University and representatives of the Albanian community in New York.

While in Washington, in an interview for the VOA studio, he held a series of meetings with US officials at the US state department.

Saninno of Brussels, receives the Integration Plan

Saninno receives the Integration Plan
After the Albanian majority and opposition returned to parliamentary cooperation, passing important laws that require qualified majority, the European Commission started giving positive signals for the European future of Albania.

The message was made clear by the high rank official of the European Commission, Stefano Sannino, who received the Action Plan by PM Berisha, planned for the first time in cooperation with the opposition.

This plan that was sent to the European Commission is the concretization of the Albanian political will to implement the reforms needed for the European integration, and the time when these necessary steps will be taken for the fulfillment of the 12 candidate status conditions.

“The European Commission and the European Union welcome the new constructive spirit of cooperation between the Albanian political parties, in order to push the European agenda forward. I want to reiterate that the success for the implementation of this agenda is a success for everyone, not only for one political party”, Sannino declared.

“Considering the government’s role, it can only be an all inclusive process. Regardless of who is in power, all political forces become collaborators with the promotion of this process in the biggest national project. In this context, this spirit is prevailing more than ever in Albania”, Berisha declared.

Berisha and Saninno recognized the serious work that is being made by both parties for fulfilling some conditions that require consensus, such as the electoral reform or the Administrative Court law. But the limitation of immunities is currently on a stalemate. Brussels would welcome an agreement between the parties, as a basic step in the war against corruption. Prime Minister Berisha guaranteed that the government is ready to compromise.

“We will accept what the opposition calls appropriate for removing the immunities in Albania. We will also implement an agreement that Albania has since 2004 with the European Council. Let us become a country without immunity regarding corruption and ordinary crime”, Berisha declared.

“We would welcome the immunity limitation as a very important step, according to the modalities on which the political parties will agree for”, Saninno declared.

Underlining that Brussels considers as vital for Albania to turn the European Action Plan into a national agenda, Mr. Saninno asked the constant engagement of all parties in this process.

“We are partners in this effort, and we share one objective with each other, which is the behavior of Albania for at the European Union, and altogether, by joining the forces, I am sure that we will be able to overcome it”, Saninno declared.
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Balkans: After Kosovo independence, Albanians call for unification

last update: March 20, 17:46
Belgrade, 20 March (AKI) - Four years after Kosovo ethnic Albanians declared independence from Serbia, their co-nationals in other Balkan countries have stepped up a drive for unification with Albania proper, local media reported on Tuesday.

Kosovo prime minister Hashim Thaci said last week “it would be the best for Albanians to live in one state, if there were any border changes in the Balkans”. He was reacting to the demands by Serbs in northern Kosovo, who oppose independence, to remain a part of Serbia.

Over the past four years, Pristina and Tirana have practically eliminated border between Albania and Kosovo, issued joint school textbooks and agreed and joint consular representation abroad “to cut down costs”.

“Albanians should feel the same in Tirana and Pristina,” Albanian prime minister Sali Berisha told media. On Tuesday, Menduh Thaci, a leader of ethnic Albanians in Macedonia, who make 25 per cent of the country’s two million population, joined the call for unification with Tirana and the creation of “Greater Albania”, which would be a home to all Albanians living in the Balkans.

“Macedonia is an artificial creation” and all Albanians, living in Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia and Greece should have the right to live in one state and unite with Tirana, Thaci told Tirana television “Ora news”.

Western powers, which were instrumental in supporting Kosovo’s secession from Serbia, oppose the creation of “Greater Albania” and local Balkan leaders have warned the move would destabilize the entire region.

But the latest surveys showed that 63 per cent of Albanian citizens favored unification, as well as 81 per cent of Albanians in Kosovo and 53 per cent in Macedonia.

Mysterious Kosovar Force Vows to Quash Serb Polls

A little known formation calling itself the Albanian National Army has resurfaced and vowed to confront any Serbian-run elections held in Kosovo in May.
Fatmir Aliu
The Albanian National Army, ANA, a blacklisted organization in the US, has threatened to use force to stop Serbian polls from being held in Kosovo if the international community doesn’t prevent them.
The mysterious group, which seeks the unification of Kosovo with Albania, sent an email to Balkan Insight and other members of the press saying it had decided to reactivate its structures to protect Kosovo from another Serbian invasion.
“The headquarters of the Albanian National Army, at a meeting on March 17, has decided to reactivate all its military structures and confront with Serbia and its gangs in the Republic of Kosovo,” reads the message.
ANA, known in Albanian as AKSH ("Armata Kombëtare Shqiptare") has been blacklisted as a terrorist organization by the US.
Serbia announced last week that it was extending its local elections, due on May 6, to Kosovo.
This move was condemned by the Kosovo government and the international community as a violation of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the country, which Belgrade does not recognize.
Uniformed ANA members have been seen periodically in Kosovo since the Kosovo conflict ended in 1999, and even filmed patrolling with arms. The group took responsibility for several bombing incidents in Kosovo since 1999.
AKSH/ANA said in its letter that it had ceased all activity when Kosovo declared independence in 2008, hoping that Kosovo would be left to progress by its northern neighbour.
“But for four years on [since independence], Serbia has not stopped its sabotage of the Republic of Kosovo,” the press release continues. “We ask you [the international community], before the war starts; intervene and prevent a Balkan war.”
Kosovo police said that they were “aware of the information,” and were dealing with the issue.
Kosovo politicians have in the past dismissed ANA as a “phantom” organisation.
The Greek Indipendence Day
Pyrros Dimas will be an honorary marshall at the Greek Parade this Sunday in New York, USA. He will be marching with the Epirotic Societies, Pindos & Annagenisis

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Press Conference of The Civil Society of Himara, held today in Tirana, to be opposite the Project Law of the Properties  by the Albanian Parliament, which destructs the future of the Himara Region.

Dnevnik, Macedonia: Albanian parties in Macedonia dream of Greater Albania

21 March 2012 | 09:26 | FOCUS News Agency

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Skopje. The biggest Albanian parties in Macedonia have started a competition about who dreams more of a Greater Albania, the Macedonian daily Dnevnik writes.

The newspaper says the two parties made their statements about Greater Albania before televisions in Albania. The latest statement was made by Ermira Mehmeti-Devaja from the Democratic Union for Integration, which is in the ruling coalition in Macedonia.

Speaking in an interview with the Albanian television Klan, Devaja said that she, like any Albanian, dreamed of uniting all Albanians.

Earlier the leader of the opposition Democratic Party of Albanians Menduh Thaci said Albanians would live better in one state.

Statement of New Democratic Party in Greece for the prosecution Nahum Dishio

The Head of Sector for Foreign Affairs of New Democracy MP Second Athens, Panos Panayiotopoulos made the following statement:

"These days the Court of Appeal in Korca, the process of the unjust persecution of the President of" Concorde "Korca Nahum Ntiso by psefdestati and fabricated charges of" desecration "Bobostitcha tombs in Korca.
Recall that previous decisions of the Court and the Court of Appeal in Korca which imposed the sentence Ntiso one year without suspension, followed by the invasion of the police at his home without warning and in a manner that flagrantly violated the family's asylum.

Now the case is returned to Korca Appeal for review.

The unacceptable police and judicial actions against Naum Ntiso with unfounded and fabricated charges and attempts terrified he and his family attack the Greeks living for centuries in neighboring Albania and cracking, in the most brutal and blatant way, human rights of the Greek minority.The task of justice is to objectively examine the case and decide based on facts and not with the compass forged indictment and the climate of anti-Hellenic grown in our neighboring country of extreme groups and from a portion of the Albanian media.

We urge the Albanian government to respect the rights of the Greeks, as arising from international treaties, which has signed and accepted, and Albania itself.The nationalist, xenophobic and racist anti-Hellenic climate fueled in recent years in Albania by extremist groups does not help in the improvement of Greek-Albanian relations, but becomes a brake on the European course of Albania.

The LD with a sense of historical responsibility towards Hellenism around the world will continue to monitor very closely what is happening in Albania and will continue to be always on the side of Northern and generally all Greeks in Albania and stands in their struggle for national dignity and full respect for and safeguarding human rights ".

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

"Northern Kosovo should be autonomous"

BELGRADE -- The technical dialogue between Belgrade and Priština "should become more political", said Carnegie Europe Endowment expert Stefan Lehne.
According to him, the current talks - sponsored by the EU and held in Brussels since last March - should be guided toward the issue of autonomy for northern Kosovo.
Serbs are the majority north of the Ibar River, and reject the ethnic Albanian unilateral declaration of independence made in early 2008.

Now Lehne told Belgrade-based daily Politika that "although the technical dialogue of Belgrade and Priština has been productive, in order to achieve a significant improvement in relations, a more political and ambitious process is necessary".

Lehne, a former envoy for the Balkans of former EU high representative Javier Solana, proposed in an analysis for the European branch of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace that the EU immediately name a special envoy who would direct the process, adding that the essence of northern Kosovo's autonomy is yet to be negotiated.

"Instead of taking any model from some other part of the world, the agreement needs to fit the situation in northern Kosovo. A balance needs to be struck between the desire of the local population to control their own destiny and the fact that the region will still be part of Kosovo and will have to have ties with the authorities in Priština," believes Lehne.

Asked if he expects new conditions will be put before Serbia before it can start accession talks with the EU, Lehne said important EU leaders have expressed the desire to see "parallel structures" abolished.

"Serbian President Boris Tadić's proposal on regional autonomy in northern Kosovo is a way to solve the problem. An autonomous region in northern Kosovo would transform the structures into legitimate Kosovo institutions," Lehne was quoted as saying.

Lehne said it was "contradictory" that Belgrade constantly refers to UN Security Council Resolution 1244, "and then violates it by calling local elections in Kosovo".

"An option to consider is to have an international body, for example OSCE, organize local elections as a special interim measure, until agreement is reached on northern Kosovo," said Lehne.

K. Albanian official threatens use of force

PRIŠTINA -- The president of the Kosovo assembly in Priština has said that "Kosovo's institutions should prevent Serbian elections in Kosovo by any means".
Jakup Krasniqi (file)
Jakup Krasniqi (file)
This includes the use of force, Jakup Krasniqi was quoted as saying by the media.
In an interview for the Priština-based RTV 21, Krasniqi said that a resolution the assembly had adopted at its last session obligated the Priština government "to prevent Serbia from holding local and parliamentary elections in Kosovo".

"The resolution obligates the government to prevent any illegal conduct, which violates Kosovo's Constitution and laws," said he.

Asked whether this "includes use of force", Krasniqi responded: "Of course, it includes use of force."

Serbia has scheduled local and parliamentary elections, which will include the territory of Kosovo, for May 6.

Ethnic Albanians in Kosovo in early 2008 unilaterally declared independence, but Serbia rejects that proclamation.

Why continue the Albanian provocations?

by Costandine Hollevas

Can our attention be focused mainly on economic and political aspects of internal affairs, but it is good to watch what happens around us in the Balkans. Some neighbors moods show anything but friendly and it is worth asking where you go. The Albanian nationalism must be paid because it shows flares and dangerous anti-Hellenic tendencies. The Greek foreign policy is constantly trying to appease these phenomena by showing tolerance but an insolent neighbors that our attitude is interpreted as weakness and so apothrasynontai more.

Three events recorded by the recent news: The Albanian government ministers entered as two executives Chams organizations with strong anti-Hellenic style. Muslim Chams were active in the Italian-German occupation as collaborators of the occupiers in Thesprotia and sentenced by the Court of Ioannina collaborators with confiscation of their property. Today their descendants live in Albania and claim everything from Greece. Starting from the back of the property and continue to the requirement to grant Epirus in Albania., Tsamouria called Thesprotia, and the propaganda spread all Albanian parties.

Second. In a match between the team of Saranda and that of the Himara, belonging to the Greek ethnic community, were insults, jeering and strongly anti-Greek slogans. The stand was dominated by a large Albanian flag and posters of the Kosovo Liberation Army, known UCK. Reference to these may initially done on purpose to act as a threat. That is, the next step will be the anti-Greek establishment of the UCC, the Liberation Army Tsamouria. Slogans in these early times have affixed to Konitsa and other Greek cities.

The third fact is not the Greek-Albanian relations, but the wider Albanian irredentism. The nationalist organization "red and black" inspired by the colors of the Albanian flag in cooperation with other unions are preparing to organize a demonstration in Tirana seeking to unite with Albania the Albanian population of Skopje and the respective territories. The Albanian irredentism under the National Doctrine adopted in 1997 when the Academy of Sciences claiming lands from Skopje, Montenegro and Serbia, and Greece by claiming the "rights" of the Chams and the recognition of legal immigrants as a minority in our country.

The unacceptable policy of supposedly progressive field of migration and the repealed Law on Nationality Ragoussis open window for promotion of dangerous Albanian projects in our country. There should never be tolerated creating minority issues to the detriment of our domestic tranquility and our territorial integrity. Of course the Albanian workers are not all suspects or offenders, but better to guard our clothes. Do not give the Greek citizenship or voting rights to Albanians living in our country. Enough with the compromises in the name of multiculturalism. All European states abolish the multicultural illusion and protect national security. We will be the only European country that lives given over to the criminal naivete of some aprosgeioton koultouriaridon throwing water to the mill of irredentism of neighboring peoples?
The Americans opened the worms of encouraging the secession of Kosovo Albanians from Serbia. Let's us the next victim. A fist and determination.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Presevo Valley seeks political autonomy

March 19, 2012  "Tema Online"

Mayor of Bujanovac, Saip Kamberi requires that the issue of Albanians of the Presevo Valley resolved consistent with that of the Serbs from the north, and for that matter he seeks the assistance of Pristina but also to Tirana. In an interview for the "Voice" newspaper, Kamberi said that the Albanians in Presevo Valley are against changing borders.

"We clear our position. Recent policy statement of aprovuam, but that stems from the political platform of 2006, our attitude is clearly expressed, we are not to change borders, we respect the principles or Plan of President Ahtisaari, we respect the views of the international community, that there will be no change of borders, but to the extent that the international community changes its attitude in regard to respect for territorial integrity. But if such circumstances arise and the Serb north will be allowed this opportunity, we will automatically seek the same opportunity to be applicable also in the Presevo Valley, "said Kamberi.Kamberi also stated that if between Albanians in the Presevo Valley and Kosovo Serbs in the north, creating double standards, conflicts and unrest in the Balkans will not ever end.

"So, if you apply double standards, then it will be a constant source of conflict in the Western Balkan area. We think that the values ​​assigned to President Ahtisaari Plan which represent higher standards than those that had the Council of Europe, concerning the rights of communities must be respected even in the Presevo Valley, "said Kamberi.

Mayor of Bujanovac and former member of the negotiating team during the conflict in the Valley feels himself isolated from the arrangements of talks between Kosovo and Serbia. He says that K Valley who is paying "tribute" of the Brussels negotiations. According to Kamberi, the Government of Kosovo is what contributed to this isolation is because with a particular decision it is possible to use lift customs fees.Mayor of Bujanovac also considers unnecessary and provocative Serb elections in Kosovo, while the permanent risk that considers local elections Albanians lose the municipality of Bujanovac.

Growing ethnic tensions in Macedonia (FYROM)

[ Ethnic Albanian rebel, March 2001 ]
Racial conflict: A rebel fighting for ethnic Albanian rights wears the Albanian flag

March 18, 2012: Macedonia has been enjoying something of an economic boomlet. Given Greece’s economic turmoil, some Greek companies have begun new operations in Macedonia. However, the Macedonian government is very concerned about an increasing ethnic violence between Macedonian Slavs and Albanians, and with reason. Around 40 people have been injured in Slav-Albanian ethnic violence since early January. Several of the incidents have been attacks involving groups of young people. Though no report has yet described the clashes as gang violence, gang formation would be a likely next step if the violence continues. The step after that is particularly troubling. In the Balkans, gangs have a tradition of becoming guerrilla bands. So the government regards the recent incidents as a cause for worry.

In 2001 the government defeated an insurgency launched by Albanian separatists. The Ohrid Framework Agreement (August 2001) which ended that insurgency guaranteed Macedonian Albanians equitable (proportional) representation and power in the government, to include a guarantee that the police forces would reflect the country’s ethnic composition and ethnic distribution. So the subject of ethnic balance in Macedonia has real political and security implications. Macedonia has a population of around two million. No one is quite sure what the next census will reveal. Macedonian Albanians claim they number 600,000, which is roughly 30 percent of the population.

The last official figure was 500,000, or 25 percent. Macedonian Slavs argue that they have lived up to the Ohrid Framework Agreement but their Albanian compatriots are abusing the power-sharing system and intend to carve the country into enclaves. Macedonian Albanians counter that Macedonia would have fallen apart in 2001 if not for the Ohrid Framework Agreement. That may or may not be true, but the agreement did end the bloodshed. The Albanian National Liberation Army (NLA, the main resistance group) also handed in 3,000 weapons. Still, some neighborhoods in Skopje, the capital, have become ethnically contested areas, as Albanians move in and Slavs leave (thus the worry about youth violence in the capital turning into turf battles). 

One pro-Slav commentator recently described what he claimed is an Albanian tactic for driving Slavs from a neighborhood. Albanians (who are predominantly Muslim) move in and build a mosque. The mosque then blasts the prayer call (over loud speakers) five times a day. The Christian Slavs move out because of the noise. Macedonian wits have dubbed it sonic cleansing. The ethnic tension, however, isn’t funny. Nor are Slav suspicions that Albanians still yearn for a Greater Albania, which would include Kosovo and parts of western Macedonia.

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Daily: Only parliamentary elections in Kosovo

BELGRADE -- Brussels and the U.S. are against holding of parliamentary elections in Kosovo, daily Blic has learnt.
However, they believe that the local elections are “Priština’s concern”.
An attempt to hold the local elections at the same time as the parliamentary elections, on May 6, would almost certainly lead to cancelation of both, Blic writes. 

A well-informed source told the daily that the Belgrade authorities will most likely decide not to hold the local elections because the entire election process in Kosovo would otherwise be brought into question. 

The so-called Quint countries are doing their best to make sure that neither Belgrade nor Priština lose in the upcoming elections, the source claims. According to the current scenario, the parliamentary elections could be held and they would be monitored by OSCE. 

“Brussels and the U.S. practically do not support any elections in Kosovo that would be organized by Belgrade but they will not allow the Kosovo government to be repressive if only the parliamentary elections are held,” Blic quoted its source as saying. 

Priština will ban the elections called by Belgrade and the Kosovo assembly has even adopted a resolution banning the elections. 

If Serbia decided to hold the local elections in Kosovo as well, the election material could be confiscated at administrative crossings, daily pointed out. 

Belgrade has held parliamentary and presidential elections in Kosovo regularly since Serbian police and military withdrew from Kosovo in 1999 but the local elections were only held in 2008. 

Kosovo Deputy Prime Minister Hajredin Kuci has stated that Kosovo citizens who also have Serbian citizenship could vote in the parliamentary and presidential elections but only if they were organized by OSCE in the territory of Kosovo.

What is changing in Drymades, Himara Region?

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The following guesthouse - restaurant is located in northern or central Albania (?).  
Not even in Konispoli in Lazarati or Borsi. It is in Drymades, Himara Municipality"WELCOME TO  SARAH! OF ALI PASHA"

You can see lot of photos for that what the nature of Miracle Himara both villagers, are changing fast soon as possibile
 For violation of territorial integrity of Albania, speaks Albanian ambassador

The Albanian Embassy`s roberry

From the roberries,
not spared even the Albanian embassy in Athens. Yesterday night, but according to reports confirmed by the Albanian ambassador Dashnor Dervishi, strangers walked after the protective wall entered the premises of the embassy and stole an amount of money were two safes in the building. The burglars took only the money without doing other damage.

According to the Albanian ambassador talks about the money paid by Albanian immigrants in Greece to issue biometric passports. TAmbassador Dervishi did not amount, however, said the amount was significant.According to the Albanian balkanweb ambassador in Athens said that "the act violated the territorial integrity of the Republic of Albania" and denounced the fact that "the embassy in Athens some time now not kept by the Greek police."

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