In Kosovo, the Republicans will hold a press conference today under the motto “Association – Trojan horse ‘Serbia’”, Kosovo Minister Haxhiu has submitted a request to the judicial authority in Serbia for two detained Kosovo citizens accused of war crimes in 1999 to be transferred to Kosovo. Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti on the occasion of the anniversary of the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic said that he was the only politician who had not cooperated with Miloshevic and that Serbia had democracy only during his government.
These are some of the topics from today’s selection of CIVIL Media’s Editorial Office from Albanian media in the region.
Infokus: Republicans in Kosovo today are holding a conference on the “Association”
The Republicans of Kosovo (REK) today are holding a press in relation to the forming of the Association of municipalities with a Serb majority in Kosovo, under the motto “Association – Trojan horse ‘Serbia’”, reports Kosovo daily Infokus.
KlanKosova – Haxhiu with an official request to Serbia: The two Kosovars who are in Serbian prisons to be transferred to Kosovo
Minister of Justice Albulena Haxhiu pointed out that she has submitted a request to the judicial authority in Serbia for two Kosovo citizens to be transferred to Kosovo.
Haxhiu said that this concerns Nezir Mehmetaj and Petrit Dulan, who are detained in Serbia under the accusation that in 1999 they committed war crimes against the civilian population of Kosovo, reports Klankosova.
Zeri – Kurti remembers Djindjic on the 20th anniversary of the assassination: Under his government, Serbia had democracy
Kurti said that Djindic was among the rare political leaders in Serbia who did not cooperate with Miloshevic.
“The Government of Serbia would have already been thinking about marking the 100th anniversary of the horrific murder of King Aleksandar Obrenovic, his wife and two brothers, the prime minister and his minister for army. This centenary was two and a half months away when prime minister Zoran Djindjic was killed, among the rare political leaders of Serbia who did not cooperate with Milosevic, though he never resolved the contradiction between (Western) liberalism and (Serbian) nationalism”, reports Kosovo daily Zeri.
Reporteri –Edi Rama: The Tirana Pyramid soon to be the biggest center of digital technology in the Balkans
“The project for revitalization of the Tirana Pyramid has the goal to transform it into a multifunctional center in the city, providing space for youth and people to engage in art, culture and creative technology.
This center financed by the Government, the Municipality of Tirana and the US Development Fund will have 18 rooms where young people will be able to learn about various computer programs and 14 other classes envisioned in nature”, reports Albanian daily Reporteri.
Panorama: Albania, world champion according to number of deputies and ministries …
“Albania according to the number of deputies and ministries is a world champion that should enter the Guinness Book of Records: Composed of 140 deputies and 16 ministries, 12 women and 4 men!!”, is written among other things in the article published in the Albanian daily Panorama.
Periskopi: Laudation for Saranda Bogujevci!
“The speech of MP Saranda Bogujevci, who publically stated that she decided to become a mother with the help of science (artificial insemination), is a step toward freeing women from stereotypes and helps them in the fight for social equality.
Saranda Bogujevci shook the Kosovo and broader Albanian and Balkan patriarchal system of values, which treats women as ownership, and that was clearly seen when she was exposed to unseen harassment and violence on social media”, an excerpt of the column Laudation for Saranda Bogujevci!”, by Kosovo author Halil Matoshi, published in the Periskopi magazine.
Translation: N. Cvetkovska