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Edi Rama's inappropriate language against Bulgaria
Written by Enver Robelli 23 Qershor 2022
Edi Rama's language against Bulgaria is completely inappropriate.
He behaves more Macedonian than Macedonians, without being asked by anyone.
Bulgaria has not taken Albania hostage.
The Bulgarians have vetoed Skopje, no matter how unfair it may be.
The EU, if it wanted, would open negotiations with Albania and wait until the Bulgarian-Macedonian conflict is resolved.
But in the EU there is no mood to favor Albania.
The reasons for this are not only in the EU, but also in the state of democracy in Albania (miserable state), in the justice reform which is often just a facade, in the impunity of the perpetrators of corruption, in the oligarchization of the economy, in the allocation of state resources between power partners, media control, lack of ethics and public accountability.
Toxic polemics towards Bulgaria on the Albanian side are counterproductive.
Especially in recent history, Bulgaria has maintained a very positive attitude towards Kosovo, not only with the recognition of independence, but also with the support of Kosovo in international forums.
In June 2009, Bulgaria rejected Serbia's request to extradite former Kosovo Prime Minister Agim Ceku.
He was briefly arrested in Bulgaria on the basis of an international arrest warrant launched by Serbia.
In the past, Albania has also received a lot of support from Bulgaria - both in the path of European integration and in the process of joining NATO.
Bulgaria's conflict with Northern Macedonia belongs to these two countries, not Albania.
Albania has other tasks. As it has not fulfilled those tasks and is failing to allay skepticism in Western Europe, the easiest path is controversy against Bulgaria.