Former Albanian Premier Sali Berisha reacted after the protest note of the French Embassy against the verbal attack from Albanian Premier Edi Rama. Berisha said Rama’s attack is diplomatic scandal and he does not represent the Albanian citizens, but only the clans of crime and drugs. Rama had declared France has a surplus of anti-Covid vaccines but has not shared them with the needy Albania. The French Embassy said in its statement this is untrue and also expressed its disappointment for the attacks from an ally country.
“A new diplomatic scandal. The Embassy of France protests after the attacks of Edvin the Druggy against France and the European Union”, Berisha wrote on his Facebook page.
“Through a note of protest addressed to our Ministry for Europe, but de facto for Asia, and Foreign Affairs, the Embassy of the Republic of France rejects as untrue the irresponsible allegations of the head of the Albanian narko-government, who in an act of shameless lack of gratitude accused the European Union and the member countries as culprits for his own full irresponsibility in leaving the country without anti-Covid vaccine”, added Berisha, a former cardiologist doctor who has studied in France.
“The Embassy informed the Albanian citizens that EU has given and continues to give Albania every year aids worth over €100 million, more than any other donor”.
“The Embassy rejects as misguiding and sensitive to people the direct attack of Edvin the Druggy against France, claiming France keeps the vaccines in stock and does not use or share them with the others. France, according to the Embassy, will have vaccinated 1 million French citizens”.
“Of course, Edvin Rama today does not represent Albanian citizens but the clans of crime and drugs of the narko-state he built and I wish our allies and partners become aware of this as soon as possible, in Albania’s, EU’s, and member countries’ best interest”.