TIRANA, September 29 – Prime Minister Edi Rama has reacted again regarding the attack of the Serb armed group in the north of Kosovo, where the police officer, Afrim Bunjaku was murdered and the escalation of the situation between Kosovo and Serbia by arguing with Kosovo authorities who have opposed his repeated idea on the control of the north of the country from KFOR.
In a post on the ‘X’ platform on Friday, Rama said that he has communicated with NATO about the attack in the North and that a stance has been requested for the day of mourning in Belgrade. That’s why he said that he has communicated with the highest Euro-Atlantic partners who have expressed their support for his proposal for the control of the north by KFOR.
Rama advises “those” in Pristina that instead of focusing 100% on the extraordinary challenge, they also find time to inflate the conspiracy balloon of “Vuqiqi’s brother” on Facebook, through political profiles or fake profiles, confusing the reasons for ignoring my request publicly explained on Thursday on KFOR.
After noting that KFOR is NATO and not an occupying force on behalf of Serbia, nor a force dividing the territory of the Republic of Kosovo, but rather a very big guarantee in any case of threat, Rama stressed that request was also made by President Vjosa Osmani.
“Everyone knows the simple truth that in any case and for any new operational need in the territory of Kosovo, KFOR harmonizes its actions with the state authorities of Kosovo and with the security forces of the Republic of Kosovo, therefore it is as painful as it is funny, that even in this very serious situation for security in the north of Kosovo, politicians with public profiles or with fake profiles in Pristina deal with such low manipulations of the emotions of their citizens, deliberately deforming my attitudes. Regarding the brave political and media business of Tirana, who are ready to set fire to Kosovo itself, together with Albania for the imaginary overthrow of my “regime”, I don’t have a single second to lose!” said Rama. /argumentum.al