2-minute post where Rama was considered pro-Serb, Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo: It was an involuntary click
A post distributed by the Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo Besnik Bislimi, where Prime Minister Edi Rama was described as "pro-Serb" has aroused many reactions.
Although the post was immediately deleted, social media and networks across the border have commented on the attitude of the number 2 of the Kosovo government towards Prime Minister Rama.
"I told you long ago that Edi Rama is a good man, except that he is a bit pro-Serb," ??reads the post of a citizen, which was shared by Besnik Bislimi through his private Facebook profile and then deleted.
Ndërsa pak më parë, përmes këshilltarit të tij për mediat, zëvendëskryeministri i Kosovës, Besnik Bislimi, ka deklaruar se postimi në profilin e tij në Facebook është shpërndarë gabimisht.
Zëdhënësi zv/Kryeministrit, Klisman Kadiu, përmes një reagimi publik shprehet se gjithçka ka qenë një klikim i pavullnetshëm, i cili më pas është fshirë.
Postimi i zëdhënësit të zv/kryeministrit Besnik Bislimi, Klisman Kadiu:
Postimi në profilin e zëvendëskryeministrit Besnik Bislimi është shpërndarë gabimisht. Gjatë shfletimit të postimeve në rrjetin social "Facebook", është klikuar paqëllim butoni i shpërndarjes.
Sapo është vënë re (2 minuta pas shpërndarjes) ajo është fshirë menjëherë. Nuk ka as intencë, as mesazh, pas një shpërndarje të bërë pa qëllim.
Kosovo and Albania enjoy solid cooperation relations. Such unintentional distribution should not be misused to imply messages that do not exist.
No serious media, spreads a news and draws non-existent conclusions, from an unverified distribution and removed immediately.
Among the reactions to this post was that of the former ambassador of Kosovo to the US, currently vice president of PDK, Vlora Çitaku:
"Edi Rama is the Prime Minister that Albanians have elected three times in a row. Personal sentiments and preferences cease at the moment when the state function is accepted. And relations with Albania are deeper and stronger than any temporary disagreement. "We may not agree with Prime Minister Rama on one issue, but we agree on 99 others", she wrote, among other things.