Tirana and Pristina Should Declare Czech President Milos Zeman "Persona Non Grata", Says Ex- Ambassador Murati

"Albania, which is a member of NATO, and Kosovo as an independent state, which has diplomatic relations with the Czech Republic, will have to take a step to declare Czech President Milos Zeman "persona non grata", because anti-Albanians like him can not to be allowed not to have the deserved answer," wrote the former Albanian ambassador Shaban Murati in his analysis for the newspaper DITA.

The President of the Czech Republic, Milos Zeman, in the official meeting with the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic in Prague, Milos Zeman, stated that he apologizes to Serbia for the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999.

"I would like to take this opportunity to apologize for the bombing of the former Yugoslavia," Zeman said during an official visit to Prague of the Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic.

There is no information from the meetings in Tirana on May 23 of the Czech Foreign Minister, Jakub Kulhanek, if he apologized for the scandalous anti-Albanian statements of his president and there is also no information whether the Albanian officials asked him for explanations for the scandal of the President of Czech state.

Albania, which is a member of NATO, and Kosovo as an independent state, which has diplomatic relations with the Czech Republic, will have to take a step and an action to prove to Prague and NATO that the cup of diplomatic patience with the Czech president is full and is pouring out for a long time.

Therefore, it would be within the norm of dignity for Albania and Kosovo to declare Czech President Milos Zeman "persona non grata", because anti-Albanians like him can not be allowed not to have the deserved answer. /Excerpts taken from DITA daily March 26, 2021

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