KOHA NET: Albanian Xhubleta under UNESCO protection
The Xhubleta, as traditional Albanian clothing, has become part of the list of world heritage as a spiritual or intangible heritage.
“At the meeting of the Intergovernmental committee for the protection and preservation of the intangible cultural heritage of UNESCO, which is being held in Morocco, it was decided that the Xhubleta be included in the List of intangible cultural heritage”, announced the Ministry of Culture of Albania, reports KOHA NET.
The xhubleta is a traditional Albanian clothing, especially represented in the mountainous regions.
JAVA NEWS: The bear has entered the Boulevard, what is the state doing?!
“The best in the history of the country will be the landing of the “plane” of the European Union in Tirana on day 6, on that day the EU Western Balkans Summit will be held. Never has it happened for the “mountain” to come to the decades-long isolated citizens. Nor will it happen again, until the sun actually rises from the hills of Duress.
Everyone knows that and are experiencing it with fear. That day, the corrupt and minor of the democratic state, Sali Berisha, threatened that “there is no power in the world” that can prevent it. With a group of militants, he will line up outside the Summit and will do his own thing”, writes Frok Chupi in the column „The bear has entered the Boulevard, what is the state doing?!“.
INSIDERS: Dua Lipa’s passport in the society of spectacles
“Yesterday two photos, one next to another, were published on the social media, on one is British pop star of Albanian origin Dua Lipa receiving the Albanian passport from Prime Minister Edi Rama, on the other photo are several young men in an old bus with Albanian passports in their hands while leaving the country to make a living.
There were commentators from Kosovo who said that Dua Lipa is receiving the passport in an accelerated procedure, while they have to wait for that passport for years or pay cash.
There were commentators from Albania who said that that passport often ended up in the channels, once deep in the Otranto Channel, and today deep in the English Channel, while the sons and daughters of the ordinary Albanians continue the exile at an unstoppable pace”, an excerpt of the column „Dua Lipa’s passport in the society of spectacles“ by Arber Zaimi.
Translation: N. Cvetkovska