Saturday, October 15, 2005

Prime Minister Kosumi to Belgrade: Let’s find the missing (Koha)

Koha Ditore reports that the Kosovo Government has pledged for full cooperation on the issue of missing persons, one week after the head of Pristina-Belgrade talks on missing persons, Francois Stamm, criticised both capitals and called on them to work more seriously on the matter. The paper notes that Prime Minister Kosumi has accepted the remarks by the International Red Cross Committee and has pledged on behalf of the Kosovo Government that he would closely cooperate with the organisation in finding information on the possible whereabouts of missing persons. Kosumi has also called on Belgrade to stop politicising the issue of missing persons and to say where the missing persons from Kosovo are.


Anonymous said...

Alleged Bin Laden Associate Assets Frozen

20 September 2005 | 13:03 | FOCUS News Agency

Tirana. The Bush administration moved Monday to financially incapacitate a man who allegedly worked with Osama bin Laden and others to provide support to terror networks in Albania, AP announced.
The Treasury Department ordered U.S. banks to freeze any bank accounts or other financial assets found in this country belonging to Abdul Latif Saleh, who holds Jordanian and Albanian citizenship. The order also prohibits Americans from doing business with him.
According to the department bin Laden provided Saleh with USD 600,000 to encourage the creation of "extremist groups" in Albania, the Macedonan Makfax reports. Saleh is also believed to be closely associated with groups in Albania with links to the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, a terror group connected to al-Qaida, the department said.
Saleh founded an Albanian jihadist group that has been bankrolled by the Al Haramain Foundation, an Islamic charity with alleged links to al-Qaida, the Treasury Department said.
He also is believed to be associated with Yasin Qadi, a Saudi businessman, that the United States designated as a global terrorist in October 2001. The department said Qadi was an active fund-raiser for Saleh's jihadist group.
The department said that Saleh was expelled from Albania and that his last known residence was in the United Arab Emirates.

Anonymous said...

That doesn't mean anything, there were plenty of Bin Laden associates inside the USA one of them a born and raised American.
Also the title says alleged, nothing proved. Now lets talk about the terrorist that bombed Spain and how he was able to live very happily for a year in Serbia.