Monday, December 8, 2008
OMONIA TO GREECE: NO AGREEMENT WITH ALBANIA TO EU WITHOUT RESPECT OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS
Tow week after the declaration, the Albanian press informs the opinion for the decision of Omonia into a memorandum to stop from the Greek parliament the SAA with Albania.
Considering the violence protest in Greece as Albanian of 1997, the Albanian press has forged that an political decision of Omonia tow weeks ago addressed to the Greek parliament about the agreement which will vote for the joint Albania to EU.
According to “Gazeta Shqiptare” the seven points of Omonia (The Greek ethnic organisation of Albania) addressed to the Greek parliament are the condition of Albania to acept the civil and politically rights of Greeks to live under a Territorial autonomy known as Northern Epirus in Southern Albania.
Friday, December 5, 2008
STATE DEPARTMENT REGULAR BRIEFING BRIEFER:
ROBERT WOOD, DEPUTY DEPARTMENT SPOKESMAN
STATE DEPARTMENT BRIEFING ROOM,
WASHINGTON, D.C.10:40 A.M. EST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2008
Die Bucht von Kakomese, welche sich der Gangster Clan um Dritan Celaj unter den Nagel gerissen hat, unter der hoch korrupten Mafia Regierung von Fatos Nano.
Mr. Lambros PAPANTONIOU?
QUESTION. On Albania. Mr. Wood, I raised a question yesterday concerning the possible role of DOS, if any, related to Sali Berisha’s recent comments about his, quote-unquote, willingness to resolve issues involving property claims via a, quote-unquote, “legal approach.”
I am puzzled to learn that my question was referred to the Holocaust Office. That’s irrelevant to what I asked, and I’m wondering why.
MR. WOOD: We did our best to answer your question, Mr. Lambros. I don’t have anything further on it.
QUESTION. To clarify the whole issue, may I repeat again, once again, the question? According to Albanian Prime Minister Sali Berisha Albania and Greece are involved in negotiation at the legal level concerning World War Second issues on properties of Albanian NAZI collaborators who escaped Greece. And it was said the Department of State plays a role. And I would like to know what exactly you are doing in this process. This question has nothing to do anything
with American citizen claims.
MR. WOOD: Mr. Lambros, I think we addressed the question. I’ll take a look to see if there’s any further thing that we can say about it.
QUESTION: Albania/FYROM. Mr. Wood, according to an interview, Assistant Secretary Matt Bryza made some absolute statements about minorities in the Balkans. When asked about the status and rights of the Greeks in Albania and FYROM, he dismissed the question as irrelevant: quote, he had “nothing to say” about them, unquote; or, quote, “even to hear the term ‘minority,’” unquote. Since that reflects your policy, Mr. Wood, I’m wondering, is there any particular reason why the Department of State seems allergic to hearing about the rights of the Greek minority in the Balkans, but often goes to extra length to defend even imaginary minorities in Greece?
MR. WOOD: Well, I disagree with the premise of your statement, Mr. Lambros. Again, I have not seen what Matt has said, so it wouldn’t be fair for me to comment on it. Our policy with regard to Macedonia is well known, very clear. We have said that — (chuckles) — many times from the podium.
QUESTION: No, I’m talking about the property and human rights of the Greeks in Albania and FYROM. They have been violated brutally by both governments. And what do you do as the Department of State from the human rights point of view?
MR. WOOD: Look, our position on human rights for minorities around the world is very clear, sir. I don’t think I need to say more on that.
Hintergrund sind die gigantischen Grund Besetzungen und illegalen Bebauungen auf uralten Griechischen Land an der Süd Küste von Albanien durch die Hintermänner der Politischen Albanischen Mafia vor allem um die Skrapar Bande von Ilir Meta.
Der Bürgermeister von Himari – Albanien: Herr Vasil Bollano führt einen harten Kampf gegen die Politische Grundstücks Mafia der Skrapar Bande von Ilir Meta und gegen die: Bregdeti Association = Politic Mafia Albanesi
Der Bürgermeister von Himari / Albanien: Herr Vasil Bollano führt einen harten Kampf gegen die Politische Mafia Banden des Ilir Meta seiner Partei LSI und Verbrechern wie den Abgeordneten:Nikollaq Neranxi, Spartak Ngjela und dem Mafia Verein: Bregdeti Association -
Friday, January 9, 2009
ALBANIA BLOCKS MASMEDIA INFORMATION FOR THE KAKOMEA REVOLT
While the villagers continue to confront in Koakomea with police special forces, the Albanian mas media ordinated by the government has blocked the information that what happened in Kakomea.
About 200 special forces armed from Tirana and others from Vlora and Saranda have enclosed the terror to Kakomea. Many others villagers has made a protest in Saranda Town a front of Tribunal for the arrest of about 20 persons from the village of Nivitsa.
In the village of Nivista lives a large old Greek community of Himara Region which protests for the right of property in Kakomea Gulf, while the Albanian government support an Albanian company to invest on the common property of villagers from Nivitsa.
The incident shout make in dangerous crise the Greek Albanian relations seeing the presidential of Greek diplomacy to head the OSCE for 2009.
Albanian special forces entered brutally to Kakomea
About 20 villagers from Nivitsa are under arrest from crash with police special forces
Kakomea, Southern Albania. About 200 special forces came from Tirana, are confronted last Friday night with villagers of Nivitsa, Himara Region in Southern Albania. The crash bring the open of the way to Kakomea for the trallers of “Riviera Company” which where blocked since November 2008 by inhabitants of Nivitsa.
The situation is very dangerous after the declarate which the Mayor of Lukovo Vladimir Kumi called the International Institutions that observer the Albanian government including OSCE.