Opinion

Only Albania is silent…

Only Albania is silent…

In a reaction on Facebook, journalist Enver Robelli, has made a critical note, with strong ironic notes on the silence of Albania on the 23rd anniversary of the Reccak massacre where 45 innocent civilians were killed.

In an ideal world, says Robelli, yesterday in Tirana an exhibition would have been opened for Reccaku, as well as in Korca, if it were not only for beer parties, while in Elbasan and other cities of Albania the names of victims.

The only one who spoke about this massacre was former Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati, an almost lonely voice.

"Only Albania is silent ...

Yesterday, the French Embassy wrote on Twitter: “23 years ago, 45 innocent civilians were killed in Recak. Justice must be done. "We will not forget this massacre and its victims." Yesterday, the US ambassador delivered a speech in honor of the victims of Recak and against those who deny this massacre. Yesterday, the ambassador of Great Britain participated in the commemoration for the victims of Recak. Kosovo politicians, media, public voices honored and remembered those killed, all unarmed civilians. There is something missing in this whole picture: Albania is missing. Albania was silent about Recak. Not a word was said by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Prime Minister did not speak either. The main opposition politicians did not speak either. Neither intellectuals nor other public voices spoke, nor did most publicists, not even most of the well-known and influential journalists spoke, no one spoke. Their silence speaks volumes. In an ideal world in Tirana, an exhibition on crimes in Recak would open. In Korça the mayor would also open an exhibition (ah, no, because he deals with beer parties ...), in Elbasan the names of the victims would be projected, in Saranda, in Vlora, in Shkodra ...

PS. For correctness: former Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati spoke. An almost lonely voice. " writes Robelli.