[Comment] Kosovo, The truth beyond any doubt
Apr 10, 2014
By Samuel Žbogar
"May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears".
Ever since the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted the report "Inhuman treatment of people and illicit trafficking in human organs in Kosovo" in January 2011, we – Kosovars and internationals – knew that this day might come; a day when investigation of the events described in the report would lead to possible court procedures. >>>>
[Comment] EU integration – the ball is in Albania's court
Apr 08, 2014
By Stefan Füle
The road to the decision about candidate status for Albania in June is clear. The leaders of the EU Member States outlined it last December when they recognised the efforts, the commitment and the results already achieved by Albania in its reform efforts. Albania will need to build on this – to maintain and increase the tempo of reforms and address the challenges that lie ahead in the areas where most efforts and energy should be focused. Furthermore, we have identified five key priorities needed for opening negotiations.
(Comment) In ‘European’ Kosovo: One bed for two newborn babies and their mothers
Jan 26, 2014
By Edmond Luma
dtt-net.com, Prishtina - In what is shamefully called ‘European Kosovo’ by the EU’s 'beloved' Prime Minister of Kosovo, Hashim Thaçi, and his brainwashed servants, newborn ‘European’ babies in the maternity unit of Prishtina's public hospital are being obliged to share a single bed. Their vulnerable mothers too.
PM Thaçi, if informed about this kind of treatment of his ‘New Europeans’, would certainly call it: a ‘European treatment of new Europeans”. And, of course, according to some lawmakers in Washington and Brussels, he should be awarded a new Nobel Prize named: the ‘NOBEL PRIZE of SHAME’…
KOSOVO - the named, aborted, crushed and abandoned baby
Jan 16, 2014
By Ekrem Krasniqi
dtt-net.com, Skenderaj / Kosovo – On 16 February 2011 I believed that “The EU and US should take power in Kosovo” (http://euobserver.com/opinion/31813). Eighteen months later, on 16 August 2012 I dreamed that “Kosovo needs special partnership with Germany” (http://euobserver.com/opinion/117248).
But today on 17 January 2014 I’m finally convinced that it’s too late for both (I hope that I’m wrong here) and that the famous sentence ‘better ever than never” has no meaning here in the birthplace of Adem Jashari and of his children - slaughtered by the military and police of former boss of current EU’s ‘moderate’ interlocutor in Serbia, Ivica Dacic.
The eyes of the EU – U.S. baby country may have seen some light for few days in 2008, but both its brain and its fragile skeleton have been brutally crashed and abandoned at the doorstep of the EU’s promised highway by Jashari's former KLA co-fighter, Hashim Thaçi and his closest associates ...
(Opinion) : Kosovo-Serbia talks: The perfect refuge for corrupted Kosovan government
Nov 20, 2013
dtt-net.com – The EU mediated talks for autonomous powers to Serb minority in troubled northern part of Kosovo have become the perfect refuge for Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hashim Thaçi and his dozens of associates from the government, the most corrupted ones in the Western Balkans region and European continent according to all reports and opinion surveys. But for how long and what after these talks are concluded and when the EU wouldn’t need them any more ?
By Ekrem Krasniqi >>>>
[Opinion] Kosovo needs Merkel’s Germany and EU not Erdogan’s new Ottoman Turkey
Oct 20, 2013
dtt-net.com, Brussels - On Wednesday (23 October) - Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hashim Thaçi brings for the second time in the most underdeveloped country in Europe his ‘brother’ and counterpart from Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to help his electoral campaign for November 3 elections, part of Thaçi’s geo-political move for Kosovo’s stronger ties with Turkey that many in the new country and Europe see as controversial and harmful to desperate and vulnerable kosovans hungry for EU style and quality of life but unsure of membership perspective threatened by non-full recognition of its independence; high level of corruption and organized crime and new radical Islam elements flourishing under the rule of the man forbidden to enter Germany for many years already, whom the EU unfortunately needs to make some kind of transitory peace with Serbia over troubled Kosovo north.
By Ekrem Krasniqi >>>>