If it had happened on the other planet, Kurti said nothing about the resolution against Dick Marty
Not long ago, Albin Kurti saw Edi Rama and Hashim Thaçi as collaborators in a plan for the division of Kosovo. He still has this attitude today, and it seems that the prime minister of Kosovo is not interested in the effort of the prime minister of Albania to help his friend, the former president of Kosovo.
A resolution opposing the report of the Council of Europe with allegations of human organ trafficking during the war in Kosovo was approved on Thursday in the Parliament of Albania. In Prishtina, someone welcomed him, and for someone this served at least enough to remind them of the effort of the former Swiss senator, Dick Marty, whose accusations built the Special Court.
Prime Minister Albin Kurti is standing outside the group where the positions are being expressed regarding the resolution approved by Albania. He hasn’t said a word about it for five days.
Kurti continues to remain indifferent in the battle of the prime minister of Albania, Edi Rama for his friend, the former president Hashim Thaçi. Rama had announced this commitment in the eyes of Kurt a month ago, when he was in Kosovo for the joint meeting of the two governments.
As if now, Kurti also stayed at the joint conference with Rama on June 20 in Pristina, where the latter said that he missed Thaçi and that he would personally go to Strasbourg to convince world leaders up to Joe Biden to “the tales of Dick Marty”.
“I will personally go to Strasbourg, at the earliest opportunity, I hope in September, to address the Council of Europe about a fact that is becoming more and more disturbing. It is the total baselessness of Dick Marty’s report and the Russian influence on this tale of a Yellow House organ trafficking. Bearing in mind that the accusation of organ trafficking is an accusation repeated in other contexts by Russian propaganda. Bearing in mind that in the Security Council, Russia has struck again with a speech by its ambassador, turning to organ trafficking”, said Rama.
The Albanian Prime Minister said that for the road to the Special Court, “someone should open their ears, if not answer, at least listen”.
“That tribunal is designed to provide answers to Dick Marty’s allegations. There is nothing to that charge. Zero. We have the right to believe that the hands of the Albanians who instigated this report are not at all kind to Kosovo,” he said.
When asked if he could follow Rama’s example to visit the accused, Kurti said that it is better that he is talking to the lawyers of the former KLA leaders who are being held in the custody of Speciale.
After a day-long debate about who took Thaçi to the custody of Speciale, the Assembly of Albania on Thursday voted unanimously, with 125 votes of deputies, the resolution with which it aims to reject the accusations of trafficking in human organs during the war in Kosovo.
The next day, President Vjosa Osmani had the opportunity to talk about this, during a media conference with the now former president of Albania, Ilir Meta.
She spoke about Thaçi, recalling that he had requested the establishment of this court.
“We do not forget, no matter how much someone may have such a desire, who insisted the most and who pushed the most to establish the Special Court a few years ago, we do not forget no matter how much anyone may have such a desire.” Osmani said.
The president said that they will discuss the protection of the rights of the accused and added that “Dick Marty has tried to distort the truth that happened in Kosovo”.
The Government reacted to the Minister of Justice, Albulena Haxhiu, whom Hashim Thaçi and Kadri Veseli refused to meet when she went to Special’s detention in The Hague.
Haxhiu said that the Government of Kosovo welcomes any discussion in relation to the resolution approved in the Assembly of Albania, but he was careful to emphasize that it will not have an impact “because it is too early to talk about it”.
In a press conference, she said that they are concerned that the rights of the accused are being violated and as the head of state, she accused Thaçi.
“Only those who at that time had squeezed the hands of the deputies of the Assembly of Kosovo can be held responsible, and unfortunately they are exactly the ones who today are throwing accusations at our Government,” she said.
He said that each institution knows its responsibilities, when asked if there are differences between the Government and the Presidency regarding the Special Court.