Albanian MP in Serb Parliament Worried on Trials against Albanians in Presevo Valley

The Albanian Deputy in the Serbian Parliament, Shaip Kamberi representing the Presevo Valley (Luginen e Presheves) held a meeting with Albania’s alternate Foreign Minister Gent Cakaj having in the focus of the discussion the issues concerning the situation in Presevo Valley, a statement released by Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
“The necessity to undertake some actions for the significant increase of the international sensitivity with regard to the process of the erasing of the addresses of Albanians in the Presevo Valley was discussed by the interlocutors,” said the statement.
Shaip Kamberi, an Albanian MP in the Serbian Parliament, whipped ‘democracy’ in Serbia telling the full parliamentary hall in the inaugural plenary session on October 28 this year that the “situation of democracy in Serbia is worse than under former president Slobodan Milosevic.”
“We cannot vote for such a government and parliament speaker,” he said. “This new government is a continuation of the past ones, which have never fulfilled the decisions for the Presevo Valley,” Kamberi noted, who was accused by the newly elected speaker Ivica Dacic, the minister of foreign affairs in the previous government of Serbia, of despising and insulting the parliament, and said that he won’t allow this to happen.
“Dacic warned me that he would not allow such speeches, but we will not stop, despite the measures he can take. Freedom of speech is allowed both by law and by the regulation of the Assembly,” Kamberi told Kosovo’s public broadcaster RTK during an interview in a harsh reaction to Dacic’s threats.

In the meantime, during Kamberi’s meeting on Monday with Albania’s senior diplomat Cakaj it was expressed the deep concern on a number of judicial processes against Albanians just because of the use of the national symbols.