Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Kosovo’s independence – priority of Albanian Parliament

Several daily newspapers cover the meeting that a group of Kosovo Assembly members had in Tirana yesterday with the speaker of the Albanian Parliament, Jozefina Topalli. The meeting focused on Tirana’s role during talks on Kosovo’s final status. According to Zëri, Topalli assured Kosovo MPs that the priority of the Albanian Parliament is the issue of Kosovo and its independence

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shouldn't the Albanian parliments priority be improving their own economy, entering EU, entering NATO. Great way to waste your time that is why your country is the $hithole it is.

Anonymous said...

The have doubled the GDP since 2001. I personally think they have done a decent job.

Anonymous said...

two neagtives equal a positive.

I guess when your GDP is non existent growth shouldn't be that tough.

Anonymous said...

Is that why there's Serbs selling hot dogs in the streets of Tirana?
I saw a couple of them this summer in Tirana.

Anonymous said...

Serbs might have a different name for that, for sure.

Anonymous said...

I heard there were albanians selling toilet paper on the streets of kandahar, Afghanistan I guess their economy is booming as well.

And besides hot dogs are made with pork why would anyone sell hot dogs in a muslim country.

Anonymous said...

Then my friend you don't know shit, and should be talking.

Anonymous said...

Please don't flatter yourself, I am not friend.

Anonymous said...

Shouldn't the Albanian parliments priority be establishing equal and human rights for its own minorities: Macedonians, Greeks, Turks, Serbs, Montenegrians, Romas.

Anonymous said...

I am Albanian, yes the priority should be human rights and civil rights. I agree with you.

Anonymous said...

They already have them. The 20 Serbs and Macedonian families have them. The 30 thousand greeks have them also. There was no party in Serbian parliament that represented the Albanians of Kosova. Greeks, Macedoians and even the 2 Serbs who live in Albania while selling their hot dogs not only have the party which represents them in our parliament but also have a minister and a cople of under ministers in our government. Not to mention representation in lower branches of the government. There was nothing like this in Serbia.

Anonymous said...

The Macedonians in Mala Prespa in albania are continuously harassed and they aren't aloud to speak Macedonian or even have Macedonia sir names.

Anonymous said...

Sure they're allowed to, and they can have Macedonian last names. Go visit them and look for yourself. I had a dude in my class who was a Macedonian minority. His father worked for the state police. Not much different treatment from an Albanian.
And its not Mala Prespa its only Prespa, I come from that region.

Anonymous said...

Kosovo has nothing to do with Albania. Kosovo is inside the boarders of Serbia. The albanian goverment's time would be better spent sorting out their dismal little economy, corruption and screwed up social problems.

Unless of course they want a war with Serbia which I wouldn't suggest to them.

There's an old saying in Serbia which basically translates to "The Serbs will tolerate a lot - but push them too far and you'd better watch out".

Stay out of Serbia you Shiptar parasites. It is not your country. Stop trying to create mini albania's in Serbia and Macedonia and go to your own country - albania.

Anonymous said...

D.i.c.k.head why the fvck did you come from the Ural mountains to our lands then. Go back to your caves in the Urals. Fvking Avars.

Anonymous said...

This parliament of Pristina is a zoo. Ural is a nice place where you cannot travel. Russian girls, with Serbs, are the best in the word.

ali_pashai said...

who is this guy do you really think the answer to every problem is war. saying that living in Serbia is better than living in Albania is entirely subjectiv. GDP or PDP or SHITDP the fact remains that serbia is still being run in a dictorial fashion, whereas Albania is almost full democracy. The fact that there are drug dealers and traffickers just goes to show you that we have democracy. we are not proud of them and the new parliament is fighting corruption and organized crime. The same thing happens in Italy, Greece, Russia and even the States. so what is your point. Dictatorial government is better that democracy?

Anonymous said...

Ali Pasha is the best! He wrote; "the fact that there are drugs dealers and traffickers just go to show you that we have democracy". The motto of tz. Kosova? This is very funny...