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Parliament speaker Ruçi: Pm Rama the originator of the Donor's Conference

  • 4/6/2021 1:57 PM
Parliament speaker Ruçi: Pm Rama the originator of the Donor's Conference

Prime Minister Edi Rama is the originator of the donor's conference  after the devastating earthquake that hit Albania on November 26, 2019. But how did Edi Rama secure donor aid for the earthquake? Unknown details from the NATO Summit right after the earthquake of November 26, were narrated by the political leader of the Socialist Party in the region of Fier, Gramoz Ruçi in the meeting with the electorate in Kallm i Madh.
Prime Minister Edi Rama has asked for the first speech in the Security Commission, even before the leaders of the USA, France, Italy, etc., explaining that "the security of his people was more endangered than anyone else at this moment, and there he threw the idea of ​​a conference for donors to save the people who were left out. "
"It was the NATO Summit. The people were still in ruins. And those ruins had to be erected, but with what?. In his speech he said that we are a summit, the national security organization of the countries, the peoples we participate in. Now security is affected by me, not you. The citizens of my country. I have come here to say only one thing, if we are really an organization, solidarity and for the security of humanity I ask for the organization of a donors 'conference to save my people. That donors' conference was organized in order that today Durrës, Vora, Shijaku , Tirana, Laçi and Kruja to return construction sites "said Mr. Ruçi. He has further instilled the idea that the vote is not judged by the fans, by the empty talk and promises. The vote primarily evaluates the political entity, team and leadership from work.
"We are here to guarantee the number of mandates for Albania and the government to have stability." "These battles have not been won to the end. We say now the work begins" said Ruçi in the meeting with the electorate in Kallm iMadh.