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Montag, 1. Juni 2015

Phantom Autobahn Verträge und 11 Verurteilungen von Kosovo Kriegs Verbrechern: darunter Sami Lushtaku und s. Selimi

11 Kosovo Helden, wurden zu Haft Strafen verurteilt, für Kriegs Verbrechen.

 Die EU und ihr Konferenz Tourismus, damit die EU Deppen beschäftigt sind, mit hohen Millionen Kosten, ist seit langem dreist! Betrieben von korrupten US, EU, Berliner Gestalten, für einen Demokratie Aufbau des Nichts, denn die Aufbauhelfer sind Sturz dumm, wie der Kosovo schon zeigt.

Serbien hat keine Grenz mit Albanien. Trotzdem werden zur Show, Autobahn Bau Verträge geschlossen, weil Wahl Kampf Zeit ist.


Sunday, May 31, 2015

EU judges sentence 11 Kosovo Albanians for war crimes



Sami Lushtaku, gilt als Leuchte der Wissenschaft im Kosovo, kurz ein krimineller Volldepp der "Drencia" Gruppe. S. Selimi, ist ein Auftrags Killer von den Amerikaner installiert, wo wir vor vielen Jahren schon in vielen Details berichteten. Obwohl Serbien nicht an Albanien grenzt, unterschreibt man über den Bau einer Phantom Autobahn, einen Vertrag in Tirana. KLA statue
[JURIST] Judges of the EU Rule of Law Mission (EULEX) [official website] in Kosovo issued verdicts in the Drenica I and Drenica II [press releases] cases on Wednesday and sentenced 11 Kosovo Albanian men to prison. The charges included the intentional perpetration of violence, cruel treatment, beating, torture, humiliating and degrading treatment of civilians and for some the killing of a Serbian police officer. All of the acts were committed between June and September of 1998 at a Kosovo Liberation Army detention center in Likovac. The sentenced men include [Reuters report] Kosovo's current ambassador to neighboring Albania, Sylejman Selimi, and two close allies to the former Prime Minister Hashim Thaci [Britannica bio]. The prison sentences range from three to 12 years.
EULEX was created [JURIST report] in 2008 to investigate crimes committed by ethnic Albanian rebels during the 1998 war with Serbia [BBC backgrounder]. Various courts and organizations have been dedicated to prosecuting war crimes committed on both sides of the conflict, resulting in convictions of both Serbian and Kosovar [JURIST reports] participants. Rebels during the conflict allegedly killed approximately 400 civilians. In April 2013 Serbia and Kosovo entered [JURIST report] into a historic agreement on EU membership, signaling a reduction in hostility between the two nations.

Serbia, Albania to Build EUR 1 B Nis-Durres Motorway

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[image: Bulgaria: Serbia, Albania to Build EUR 1 B Nis-Durres Motorway] World » SOUTHEAST EUROPE Bulgaria: Serbia, Albania to Build EUR 1 B Nis-Durres Motorway Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic (L) and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama (R), during Tirana Talks at the Vienna Economic Forum held in Tirana, Albania, 28 May 2015. EPA/BGNES Serbia and Albania will sign a protocol for the construction of a EUR 1 B motorway that will link Nis with the Adriatic port of Durres, Serbia’s Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Minister Zorana Mihajlovic said on Saturday. The docume... mehr » 

Region "needs money, not seminars" from EU - PM

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Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said in Albania on Thursday that "regional countries must work on joint infrastructure projects and seek support from the EU." Source: Tanjug Thursday, May 28, 2015 | 15:03 [image: (Tanjug)] (Tanjug) He was addressing "Tirana Talks" of the Vienna Economic Forum, where prime ministers of Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and also Kosovo are taking part. Vucic spoke after Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama to say that "the request for help and support from the European Union must be made together." "If we can't get EU's help and support, we mus... mehr » 

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From Albania to Bosnia: Brothers Need Arms

In early 1990s Albania offered its help to the United States, which was looking for ways to support the Bosnian Muslims side in conflict in former Yugoslavia.
 
 

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