Monday, September 26, 2005

Eide: I am not under pressure (Express)

Diplomatic sources from New York have told Express that Ambassador Kai Eide will submit his report in the first week of October. Eide will submit his report to UN Secretary General Annan and the report will be sent to the UN Security Council for confirming the recommendations.

The Ambassador is also quoted as saying that he is under no pressure whatsoever to polish his report.


Anonymous said...

Hell, he's probably received numerous death threats from irate albanians to date. Who is he kidding....

Anonymous said...

We all know Milosebiatch,Kostunica and his fellow compatriots are the ones who kill civilians.

Anonymous said...

Isn't it great to be irate? You get it your own way on the freeway. Even Kofi can't do you anything.

Anonymous said...

Just after serbs try lsd there might be a chance for seeing this new reality as reality.

A huge kiss to all the serbs that still think Kosovo is part of Serbia and add a cheer to it please :)

Anonymous said...

A huge kiss to Serbs. Thanks Johnny! Where is your sister?...We can live together in Kosovo best than in Albania as you can see in this dispatch:

Police crack down on Albanian would-be immigrants toward Italy and Greece

Released : Oct 05, 2005 10:39 AM

TIRANA, Albania-Police said Wednesday they have arrested nine Albanians and stopped 10 others trying to illegally cross the border into neighboring Italy or Greece.

The traffickers were arrested in several places across the country, and police stopped a group of 10 Albanian who had each paid €1,500 (US$1,800) to cross into Greece, said a statement.

Migrants pay thousands of euros (dollars) to smugglers to be taken across Albania's border to the European Union, taking advantage of corrupt police, weak judiciary and lax border controls.

The international community has told Albania it must curb human trafficking if it wants to join the European Union and NATO.