Democratic Party Chairman Sali Berisha welcomed the decision of Croatia and Slovenia against imposing unilateral sanctions on Kosovo in Friday’s summit in Brussels. The former Albanian Prime Minister expressed his gratitude for the two countries that requested sanctions on Serbia as well.
“My gratitude to the Prime Ministers of Croatia and Slovenia”, Berisha wrote on his Facebook page.
“The prime ministers of the two friendly countries in the region, Croatia and Slovenia, blocked the proposal of unilateral punishment, imposing sanctions only on Kosovo”.
“They gave a fatal political blow to the servant of Serbian President Vučič, who in disgusting service to his patron, long before it was discussed in Brussels, was the first to impose sanctions on Kosovo”, Berisha said, referring to Albanian Premier Edi Rama.
“Expressing my gratitude and that of the Democratic Party of Albania to the prime ministers of these two friendly countries in our region for their objective stance, I’d like to add here that it should not be forgotten even for a moment that Edi Rama is under open criminal investigation in Washington DC for corrupting the head of FBI's counterintelligence office in New York and using him to destroy the Albanian opposition”.