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Balkans: Edi Rama does not rule out Albania-Kosovo Union

Serbia's reaction: 'Threat to peace and stability'

19 April, 17:43
(ANSA) - BELGRADE - The Serbian leadership has strongly condemned Albanian Prime minister's statements. Edi Rama did not rule out a union between Albania and Kosovo in the event that the European prospect for the Western Balkans disappeared.

''Rama's words are further confirmation that the implementation of the nationalistic plan for a Greater Albania remains the main objective of all Albanians. This is a huge threat to peace and stability in the Balkans and in Europe'', said Serbia's Foreign Minister of Serbia Ivica Dacic.

''For this reason I ask the EU, the US, Britain and other countries: how long will they remain silent while someone is threatening Serbia?'' Dacic added.

Through some press releases issued by regional media, Albanian premier Rama said that Europe would fall into a ''nightmare'' if the Balkans were left alone, by excluding them from the EU integration''. (ANSA).

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