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    Greater Albania's Attack on Europe
    History; Posted on: 2008-01-12 01:42:53 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    Albanian separatists seek land from neighboring states, recipe for an endless conflict in the region

    The Case Against Kosovo Independence

    By Ioannis Michaletos

    The ongoing Kosovo status culminations are inescapably related to the quest for “Great Albania” by Albanian nationalists, Islamic organizations and ambiguous international interests linked in various occasions with transnational criminal entities. The aim is influence across the Balkans so as to format a convenient base for their final target which is Europe.

    As it can be understood, the Albanian nationalists are mainly interested in creating a larger state by encompassing all Albanian minorities in the neighboring states. Inevitably that means conflicts across the Balkans for years to come, and it is puzzling how the international community is not interested enough to control the aims of the Albanians that first and foremost put in danger the European prospects of the whole of the region.

    Just a few days ago, Nait Hasani, a member of PDK Presidency called towards the goal of a greater Albania. “First there should be supervised independence as proposed by Ahtisaari. But it is known that Kosovo and Albania citizens are one nation who want to live in one state".

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