The focus of Macedonian media in Albanian today too is on the meeting announced for tonight of Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama with the leaders of the Albanian political parties in North Macedonia. Furthermore on the statement of the leader of Besa, Bilal Kasami, that he is not rejecting the invitation, but will not sit at the same table with Ahmeti, but also the insinuations of certain analysts that Besa is actually acting according to VMRO-DPMNE’s instructions. The media in Albania are directing part of their focus on the new hacker attacks, this time in the banks. This is part of the selection of topics from Albanian media in the region that the editorial office of CIVIL Media has prepared.
ZURTARE NET- Kasami: Someone from Macedonia is disinforming Mr. Rama about the political reality
“I think that Prime Minister Edi Rama has good intentions for the Albanians in Macedonia, just as for the entire Albanian issue in the Balkans, but as it seems, the closeness he has with the leadership of DUI and the current Albanian leaders in the government, they are disinforming him about the developments in North Macedonia and do not present the reality as it is” said the leader of Besa, Bilal Kasami, reports Zyrtare.Net.
DITARI MK – Mickoski and Apasiev are forbidding Besa to meet with Edi Rama
“Knowing that Kasami won the Municipality of Tetovo with the help of VMRO’s electorate and having in mind the frequent public and non-public meetings with Mickoski, the political vassalism of the Besa movement towards the Macedonian opposition parties is becoming ever more clear…
Are Mickoski and Apasiev forbidding Besa to meet with Edi Rama, just as they are forbidding it to vote for constitutional changes and the country’s progress towards integration in the European Union?!”, an excerpt from the editorial “Mickoski and Apasiev are forbidding Besa to meet with Edi Rama”, published in DITARI MK.
GAZETA EXPRESS: An agreement between Kosovo and Serbia on the horizon?
“At the end of last year, a plan of the European Union was submitted to the authorities in Kosovo and Serbia, which is publically known as the French-German plan.
In the draft of this proposal, which Radio Free Europe has seen, mutual recognition is not mentioned, but seems that it serves as a platform for a more comprehensive agreement.
Perhaps the most important part of the proposal is that “both sides will mutually recognize their documents and national symbols, including passports, diplomas, license plates and customs stamps”, and excerpt from the analyses “An agreement between Kosovo and Serbia on the horizon?”, published in the Kosovo media outlet Gazeta Express.
SHEKULLI: Hackers publish bank accounts of citizens and companies
“Hackers of ‘Homeland Justice’have posted on Telegram a list of names of some companies and citizens and claim they have provided their bank accounts.
There is a column next to the names and identification numbers that shows the balance of the account.
It’s not clear to which bank the mentioned clients belong to, but names of some of the biggest companies in Albania are noted there, including public enterprises such as KESH or OST”, reports the Albanian media outlet Shekulli.
KOHA: 1133 in Kosovo, 3372 in Bosnia
“These are not abstract numbers. Behind these numbers there are children’s names. That’s how many children were killed by Serbian aggressors in Bosnia and Kosovo in the 90s, but this dark chapter is not a topic in the Serbian public in Serbia and Bosnia. The tragic and inacceptable case in Strpce, where two young Serbs were wounded, is a typical example of how Serbian propaganda abuses an incident for the needs of daily politics. There are at least three cases of Albanians having been killed in the Presevo Valley that have never been brought to light by Serbian authorities”, an excerpt from the column “1133 in Kosovo, 3372 in Bosnia“, by Enver Robeli, published in Koha.
Translation: N. Cvetkovska