Investigations for Ardian Fullani are postponed While the Court of Tirana will soon cast lots about the judges who will
work with the 15 defendants of the Bank of Albania theft case, the
Prosecution is expected to postpone the investigations for three other
months, especially for the case of Ardian Fullani and three other
Increasing teenage problems Consumption of alcohol, tobacco, cannabis and early sexual relations
might cause serious problems for Albania’s next generations. A study of
the Public Health Institution brings shocking facts after a poll.
Anti-Terror Unit improved Albania will have a new anti-terror structure, among the biggest in the
region, which will focus on giving a special attention to the fight
against terrorism and prevention of recruitments by ISIS. This new
structure built by the Ministry of Interior fulfills the standards of
Kukan: Don\'t mix sports with politics Eduard Kukan, Chairman of the European Parliament Delegation for Serbia,
condemned the violence in the stadium of Belgrade, and suggested that
everything that has happened on the field should be left to UEFA, and
politics should not get involved.
"Kill Albanians", everywhere in Belgrade
The violence against the Albanian football players and of all Albanians
who watched that match was just the end of a shameful hosting that
Serbia offered for our national team, together with the delegation, who
were invited only to get offended.
Only UEFA didn’t see racism in Belgrade It is clear that Albania will have to face not only Serbia on October
23rd, but also UEFA. Their delegates in Belgrade have not identified any
racist slurs against Albanians, although they were chanted during the
entire time by 32.000 Serbian fans.
For a Balkan that looks toward the future After the nationalistic fever was lit once again in Balkan, after what
happened in the stadium of Belgrade, the Serbian youth distances
themselves from the rhetoric that was unfolded on the football field,
and also from the declarations of their own politicians.
Basha: Rama must cancel visit Lulzim Basha rarely doesn’t use a careful and diplomatic language. The
former Foreign Minister preferred to talk without gloves about the
incident in Belgrade. Basha listed all facts of Serbian violence, and
mentioned the anti-Albanian and aggressive behavior of the Serbian
authorities, which have not condemned any act of aggression. This makes
Lulzim Basha believe that Edi Rama is not welcome in Belgrade.
Federation President: We were wondering if players would come out alive The situation remains tense after what happened in Belgrade. The
Serbians have left everything in the hands of politics, and they even
dare to think about three points in their favor, even after the Albanian
team and the entire Albanian delegation was offended with racist slurs
by the entire stadium, was hit and hurt.
Albania, note of protest to Serbia
The Albanian Foreign Ministry asked a meeting with the Serbian
Ambassador to Tirana, Miroljub Zaric, to hand him a note of protest from
the Albanian government regarding the events in Belgrade.