Rama in conference with Kurti: We can have different reasons, but never to question the common homeland
Edi Rama in the joint conference with Kurti said that Open Balkans is the common path for all countries, although Prime Minister Kurti does not agree.
He added: " We may have different reasons, but they can never be to question the common homeland, nor the brotherhood. ”
The Open Balkans is our common path. For our own good. There is a difference in my opinion between nationalism and patriotism. Nationalism means wanting to see the other badly, patriotism loving oneself well. We have a disagreement with Albin. This is a political disagreement, we must treat it as such.
As for you watching or not watching, our relationship is not affected by disagreement. The foundation is of a different nature. National, fraternal, is beyond any political disagreement, it is the foundation of our strategy, for our national interests. The inalienability of a dream to live in an inseparable space as European and Albanian.
She knows it will come, inevitable. In a united Europe, Albanians, Serbs, Macedonians, Montenegrins to be inseparable. Serbia will one day recognize Kosovo, and an apology for war crimes will seal the end of the difficult peace war. When will it come and what can we as Albanians do to unite it. We may have different excuses, but they can in no way be to question the common homeland, nor the brotherhood. I do not have Albin here for me, but I have it for all of them who read the relations between Albanians with the glasses of prejudices about their views. I am very grateful for the hospitality of the Prime Minister and my friend, Albin Kurti. I did not understand patriotism as division and anger, but union.