Reise Tourismus: Edi Rama, traf sich in Sarajewo mit den Balkan Ministerpräsidenten

Zu Hause zu dumm, für eine Funktion der Regierung, aber Reise Tourismus ohne Ende, auch zu den US Vertretern der Mafia Nr. 1: Gambino Clan. Korruption, wegen Extrem Dummheit der Adviser, welche oft Kriminelle sind, wie viele Albanische Bürgermeister, sind das Markenzeichen der Edi Rama – Ilir Meta Regierung. Einmalig in der Welt, das Edi Rama: 80.000 $ bezahlte in 2012, für ein Foto mit Obama, wie das FBI ermittelte.

Treffpunkt: Restaurant „Libertas“ in Sarajewo

2003 warnte das FBI vor den US Verbrecher Banden, welche als grössten Gefahr angesehen werden: ���, Albanian organised crime has reached the United States, creating partnerships with the Gambino, Genovese, and Luchese families to facilitate specific crimes.���.

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  1. „dysfunctionality “ and „failed state“ in the balcan

    17 Mar 17
    Europe is Ignoring Growing Balkan Chaos

    EU leaders may repeat that the doors ‘remain open’ to Balkan countries – but in reality the doors look closed for the foreseeable future, which means current tensions there are likely to escalate.
    Srecko Latal

    A summit of six Balkan leaders in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo on Thursday heard talk of the continued readiness of Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia to pursue reforms to join the EU, as well as of the EU’s willingness to eventually let them in.

    Reality on the ground looks the opposite, however, as a steady weakening in EU and US influence in the Balkans contributes to the reopening of a “Pandora’s Box” of troubles in the region.

    The summit, which passed off in a collegial atmosphere, was speedily dubbed “historic” by some officials and the media.

    Yet, it offered no concrete answers to the dangerous escalation of security, ethnic, political, economic and social tensions in the Balkans.

    The fact that the premiers of six countries that share a troubled past were even able to discuss a common future was comforting.

    But, despite that, the war drums are once again beating loudly in the Balkans, and more loudly with each passing day.

    While the ominous rhythm underlines an urgent need to stabilise the region, local leaders seem incapable of that, and EU officials are unwilling to intervene, either.

    Some good news – more bad

    Speaking at the summit, EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn listed “rather bad news” from the region, which included “severe domestic political crises, sometimes heading towards serious ethnic tensions” in several Balkan countries, and the fact that “it is not yet clear where US policy is heading for this region”.

    With growing ethnic and political troubles in Bosnia, Macedonia and Montenegro, and worsening tensions between and among Serbia, Kosovo, Albania, Macedonia, Bosnia and Croatia, the region appears to be facing its worst crisis in decades.

    Hahn added that the EU “fully understands the severity of the situation in the region” and urged regional leaders to move on and use the attention they currently enjoy in the EU.

    The six Balkan leaders duly discussed regional cooperation, economy and trade and signed a joint statement that stressed that their countries “have continued to make progress on our respective EU integration paths and will spare no effort in continuing this”.

    Yet, even the amicable Sarajevo meeting fully revealed the existing and growing tensions between the various countries.

    While Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic hugged Bosnian counterpart Denis Zvizdic on arriving in Sarajevo, for example, he carefully avoided standing next to leaders of Kosovo or Albania during the photo opportunities and press statements.
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