Start of NATO Air Offensive Against Milosevic Marked

NATO Strikes Crucial to Liberation of Kosovo

“The strikes, combined with the heroism of freedom fighters of Kosovo Liberation Army in terrain, made that in a short period of tome the “Sadam” of the Balkan signed his capitulation and the end of the colonial regime in Kosovo,” the statement by the government said

TIRANA – Albania has commemorated the 13th anniversary of the start of NATO air strikes in protection of the freedom and human rights of Albanians in Kosovo from the barbarisms of the butcher of Balkans, Slobodan Milosevic. A press statement issued by the government said on Saturday that March 24, 1999 was the day in which the freedom and rights of Albanians in Kosovo became a major issue for NATO.
“The strikes, combined with the heroism of freedom fighters of Kosovo Liberation Army in terrain, made that in a short period of tome the “Sadam” of the Balkan signed his capitulation and the end of the colonial regime in Kosovo,” the statement by the government said.
Referring to the statement, the historic offensive for the freedom of Albania, and the Balkans in general, marks the new dimensions of the Alliance of Freedom.
“Albanian government expresses once again gratitude to United States and Bill Clinton who leaded the alliance for the liberation of Kosovo, NATO, and other political leaders at that time,” the statement said.
Meantime, President Bamir Topi issued a statement on Saturday hailing the start of NATO air strikes 13 years ago considered as highly crucial for the liberation of Kosovo. Socialist Party leader also issued a statement from his Twitter page hailing the start of the strikes and expressing gratitude to United States and NATO.

Last edited: Monday, 26 March 2012

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