Radio Tirana Internacional Live
Radio Tirana Internacional

Politics

Rama received last night in a meeting, the acting chairman of PDK, Enver Hoxhaj and the delegation that accompanied him on an official visit

  • 12/31/2020 9:23 AM
 Rama received last night in a meeting, the acting chairman of PDK, Enver Hoxhaj and the delegation that accompanied him on an official visit

Prime Minister Edi Rama received last night in a meeting, the acting chairman of the PDK, Enver Hoxhaj and the delegation that accompanied him on an official visit to Tirana.

In a statement to the Kosovo media, Prime Minister Rama expressed gratitude for the thanks received from Hoxhaj, emphasizing that support for KLA leaders is everyone's duty.

"It was a pleasure to welcome friends from Prishtina. It was a more emotional meeting than usual as the conditions are special for the fact that the leaders of the KLA, the leaders of Kosovo and the KLA and the PDK have been taken hostage as the history of Kosovo has been taken hostage. When I say hostage, I mean not only the physical being of Kadri Veseli, Hashim Thaçi, Jakup Krasniqi and others, but the biggest hostage is the truth of the war ", said Rama, adding that this evil will pass as others and the truth about the KLA and Kosovo will triumph.

Meanwhile, Hoxhaj thanked Rama for his dignified attitude and the great support he gave to the KLA leaders.

"For Kosovo and Albania, this modern history can never be rewritten by anyone and the attitude of Prime Minister Rama has been very dignified. We also talked about other topics for the common interests of both countries, but the position of Prime Minister Rama regarding the Special Court has been clear."Neither Kadri Veseli nor Hashim Thaçi are there individually, but the cause of our fight for freedom stands before a court," Hoxhaj said.

Enver Hoxhaj held meetings with the most important institutional and political leaders in Tirana.

We recall that for almost 2 months now 4 former KLA leaders, Hashim Thaçi, Jakup Krasniqi, Kadri Veseli and Rexhep Selimi are in detention in The Hague accused of war crimes. They face 10 charges of persecution, imprisonment, arbitrary detention, other inhumane acts, cruel treatment, torture, murder as a crime against humanity, unlawful murder as a war crime, enforced disappearance of persons in the period between April 1998 - August 1991.

/Klara Ruci/