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Erstellt von Mare-Car, 14.07.2004, 23:09 Uhr · 489 Antworten · 34.056 Aufrufe

  1. #291
    Avatar von lupo-de-mare

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    Nach einem Bricht von Amnesty International hat Albanien Länder mit Waffen und Munition beliefert, welche unter einem UNO-Waffenembargo standen!
    Albanien hat zum Beispiel regelmässig Waffen, Munition und Sprengstoff nach Kongo gliefert.

    Hier ist der vollständige Bricht:

    http://web.amnesty.org/library/Index...pen&of=ENG-ALB

  2. #292
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    keine

    nachrischten????für süd lender
    ogni in mattina qui da noi la situacia a strada e tropo strano nn loso ancora x che pero quando ce llo un informacione vengo subito qui a dopo......

  3. #293
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    Über Clintons unprovozierten Krieg gegen den Balkan und die Zusammenarbeit mit der der Albaner Mafia und deren Ethnischen Säuberungen und Mord Progrome.

    http://www.bangkokpost.com/News/25Jul2005_opin36.php

    Closing the books on Kosovo

    Solving the problems of the Balkans should be Europe's responsibility, not America's, and the United States should step back, withdrawing its 1,800 soldiers from Kosovo

    By DOUG BANDOW

    President Bill Clinton inaugurated a new era in American foreign relations when he launched an unprovoked war of aggression against Yugoslavia, which had attacked neither the United States nor any American ally. Six years later, the Yugoslav (now Serbian) province of Kosovo remains in limbo. Nicholas Burns, the US undersecretary of state for political affairs, recently told Congress: ``The status quo of Kosovo's undefined status is no longer sustainable, desirable or acceptable.'' UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan has appointed a special envoy to assess the province's governance and start international negotiations on Kosovo's final status. Little good has happened since the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (Nato) stopped the bitter guerrilla conflict. America's allies, the Albanian majority, conducted ethnic cleansing on a grand scale, kicking out most Serbs, Jews, Roma, and non-Albanian Muslims. UN rule has allowed endemic violence, crime and instability, including brutal anti-Serb riots last year.

  4. #294
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    Nur zur Erinnerung:

    Was frührer einmal ein Salih Berisha sagt und das er bewaffnete Banden aus Nord Albanien unterhielt.

    In den letzten zwei Jahren wurde er vernünftiger und zum Schluss hatte er Amerikanische Berater, welche seinen Wahlkampf finanzierten.

    ------------------------

    OPTIONEN DER INTERNATIONALEN GEMEINSCHAFT
    zur Lösung der Albanischen Frage

    ......................

    bewaffneten Banden Salih Berishas in Nordalbanien, die mit der Mafia verquickt sind.

    http://www.bmlv.gv.at/pdf_pool/publi...psw_06_oig.pdf

    Aus Österreichischen Regierungs Reports also der Werde Gang und Vorgänge um Salih Berisha.

    und

    http://64.233.183.104/search?q=cache...=de&lr=lang_de

  5. #295
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    http://www.unmikonline.org/dpi/press...05FE6268C12570 4600484EFA/$FILE/pr1396.pdf

    UNMIK/PR/1396 Thursday, 21 July 2005

    Kosovo Court renders highest-ever prison sentences for human traffickers

    PRISTINA - The Prizren District Court has sentenced three persons, all citizens of Albania, to high prison terms for involvement in human trafficking and related offences. In a verdict rendered on 20 July 2005, a court panel composed of two international and one Kosovan judge sentenced Vladimir Ukaj and Robert Sylaj to 12 years in prison, and the third defendant Sabri Islami to 10 years. The prison terms are the highest ever in a human trafficking case in Kosovo. The accused were found guilty of 11 of the 12 charges filed against them by the International Public Prosecutor in Prizren. The charges include Trafficking in Human Beings, Rape, Facilitation of Prostitution and Falsification of Documents. The investigation began in late 2003 when KFOR Military Police officers observed suspicious activity at the Coffee Bar "Pashtriku" in Prizren, which led them to believe that prostitution might be taking place there. They passed this information on to the UNMIK Police Trafficking in Human Beings unit in Prizren, which commenced an investigation. During the investigation two Albanian female victims, one of them 16 years old, were identified and rescued by the police. Both of them had been lured to Kosovo with false promises of legitimate work, only to find that their supposed employers were in fact intending to force them into prostitution. The three suspects involved were arrested and the "Pashtriku" coffee bar was closed by decision of the Prizren District Court. Investigation into this case involved joint efforts of UNMIK international and Kosovo Police officers, the Department of Justice, the Prizren District Public Prosecutor's office and KFOR Military Police.

  6. #296
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    Amerika bezahlt dem Albanischen Militär 8 Millionen $

    Freunde, das ist doch lächerlich denn der Strassen Schaden den diese Leute verurschen ist viel höher.

    Albania Receives Financial Assistance From United States

    03/08/2005

    Albanian military forces will be able to receive new equipment and training through two grants, totalling $8m, from the United States.

    By Erlis Selimaj for Southeast European Times in Tirana -- 03/08/05

    The aid was approved as part of US President George W. Bush’s emergency wartime supplemental request for coalition allies. A unit of more than 100 Albanian Special Army troops is currently deployed in Iraq, serving under US command. [AFP]

    Albania has been granted $8m by the United States, in recognition of its role in international peacekeeping and the global war on terror, the US Embassy announced last month. The money is being provided through the US Coalition Solidarity Fund (CSF) and President George W. Bush's Global Peacekeeping Operations Initiative (GPOI).

    "One of 18 countries to be recognised under the CSF programme, Albania will receive $6m for the Albanian Armed Forces (AAF) for military equipment and training," a statement from the embassy said. Meanwhile, a $2m grant for supporting Albanian military training for peacekeeping operations has been awarded through the GPOI, a programme meant to help US allies build a robust peacekeeping capability with coalition partners.

    "Assistance will be provided in defence reform, training, equipment, and humanitarian aid. These programmes are designed to help the AAF build capabilities for its own defence, work together with the United States military and NATO, and strengthen US-Albanian friendship," the embassy statement said.

    Other countries in the region to receive CSF funding include Bulgaria, Macedonia and Romania.

    The assistance is part of Bush's emergency wartime supplemental budget request to congress, which provides assistance to coalition allies that have supported military efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Albania has peacekeepers in both countries, and is one of only four nations to contribute troops to the combat phase of Operation Enduring Freedom.

    A unit of more than 100 Albanian Special Army troops is currently deployed in Iraq, serving under the US-led command in a non-combat role. Albania also has 23 peacekeepers in Afghanistan and troops in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

    Albania is also actively seeking integration into NATO. Together with Croatia and Macedonia, it is part of a US-backed initiative known as the Adriatic Charter, meant to co-ordinate efforts by the three countries to achieve Euro-Atlantic integration

    http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setime...&rate=3#rating

  7. #297
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    OSCE und Albanien feiern in Tirana den 30 Jahres Tag der Unterzeichnung der Helsinki Akte.


    OSCE Presence in Albania to commemorate 30th Anniversary of Helsinki Final Act

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    TIRANA, 4 August 2005 - The OSCE Presence in Albania and the Albanian Institute for International Studies will tomorrow commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the signing of the Helsinki Final Act, the basic document of the Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe (CSCE).

    The anniversary event, which will take place at the Hotel Rogner Europapark, in Tirana, on Friday, 5 August, at 13.00, will be addressed by the President of Albania, H.E. Alfred Moisiu, and to be introduced by the Head of the OSCE Presence, Ambassador Pavel Vacek. Other participants will include Albanian state officials, representatives of civil society, media and the diplomatic community.

    The Helsinki Final Act, which was originally signed by 35 Heads of State or Government in Helsinki, Finland on 1 August 1975, was the first comprehensive document addressing European security, putting the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms on the same platform as politico-military security concerns.

    Following the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union, the CSCE participating States adopted the Charter for a New Europe at the Paris 1992 Summit, a landmark document that took account of the changed security environment in Europe. In the same document, the CSCE agreed to strengthen its institutional capacities and sent out its first field missions.

    Reflecting the development from a Conference to a full-fledged international organization, the participating States renamed the CSCE to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe from 1 January 1995. Today, the OSCE comprises 55 participating States, employs some 3,500 staff and has a total budget of 168.6 million euros.

    Albania joined the Organization on 19 June 1991 and signed the Helsinki Final Act on 16 September 1991. In 1997, it invited the OSCE to establish a Presence to assist the country in its democratic transition. Since then, Albania has gradually progressed towards international standards and the Presence has accordingly narrowed its mandate and reduced its size and budget.

    Media representatives are invited to attend the address of President Moisiu and the introduction of Ambassador Vacek.

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    http://www.osce.org/item/15908.html

  8. #298
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    Re: keine

    Zitat Zitat von 1dhe1
    nachrischten????für süd lender
    ogni in mattina qui da noi la situacia a strada e tropo strano nn loso ancora x che pero quando ce llo un informacione vengo subito qui a dopo......
    Herzlichst Willkommen hier und viel Spaß?

  9. #299
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    OSCE eröffnet ein Presse Zentrum im Kosovo


    OSCE Mission welcomes formation of Kosovo Press Council

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    OSCE Mission welcomes formation of Kosovo Press Council


    PRISTINA, 10 August 2005 - The OSCE Mission in Kosovo welcomes today's signing of the Press Council statute by leading print media representatives as an important measure in ending regulation of Kosovo's print media by the Temporary Media Commissioner (TMC).

    "The creation of the Press Council is a step forward in the normalization and Europeanization of media in Kosovo. Responsibility for self-regulation will be solely with the local media," said Cees van Zweeden, Senior Media Advisor for the OSCE Mission.

    "This will greatly benefit both Kosovo's media and its people. Whenever media try to raise their professionalism and responsiveness to the public, this raises the level of trust in the media."

    Earlier this year, editors signed a Press Code, voluntarily agreeing to comply with a set of rules on journalistic standards.

    The multi-ethnic Press Council, the self-regulatory system for print media, is a prioritized goal in the Kosovo Standards Implementation Plan.

    The signing of the Press Council statute also satisfies an important condition in the temporary print code of conduct. The TMC will recommend to the UN Special Representative that his regulatory authority over print media should not be renewed. Any new complaints will be referred to the Press Council.

    The OSCE will continue to offer its support to the development of the Press Council in the interest of self-regulation and professionalization of print media.

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    http://www.osce.org/item/15969.html

  10. #300
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    11. August 2005
    17:09 Korruptionsbekämpfung am Balkan verbessert
    Europarat stellt in neuestem Bericht Albanien, Bosnien-Herzegowina, Kroatien, Serbien-Montenegro sowie Mazedonien besseres Zeugnis aus
    Paris - Die südosteuropäischen Länder haben den Kampf gegen die Korruption verstärkt, indem sie umfassende Anti-Korruptions-Strategien verabschiedeten und umsetzten, wird in einem Bericht des Europarates festgestellt. Der Bericht wurde kürzlich im Rahmen des PACO-IMPACT Projekts zur Bekämpfung von Korruption und organisierter Kriminalität in Südosteuropa veröffentlicht.

    Bericht umfasst Albanien, Bosnien-Herzegowina, Kroatien, Serbien-Montenegro sowie Mazedonien


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    Der Bericht umfasst laut einer Aussendung der Straßburger Organisation Albanien, Bosnien-Herzegowina, Kroatien, Serbien-Montenegro sowie Mazedonien und stützt sich auf die Ergebnisse eines regionalen Anti-Korruptions-Seminars, das von PACO IMPACT im April 2005 in Skopje veranstaltet wurde. Die größte Herausforderung, die für den Erfolg der Anti-Korruptions-Strategien in Südosteuropa entscheidend ist, seien der Aufbau und die effiziente Arbeitsweise starker und unabhängiger Institutionen zur Korruptionsbekämpfung, so der Bericht.

    Das PACO-IMPACT-Projekt hat am 1. März 2004 begonnen und endet im Februar 2006. Ziel ist es, die bereits durch die Antikorruptions-Initiative des Südosteuropa-Stabilitätspakts und durch die Gruppe der Staaten gegen Korruption (GRECO) gemachten Bewertungen und Empfehlungen weiter zu verfolgen. Die Arbeitsgruppe GRECO ("Groupe d'Etats contre la Corruption"), der 37 Mitgliedsländer des Europarats angehören, setzt sich vor allem für die Ratifikation juristischer Mittel durch die Europarats-Länder ein, die einen effizienten Kampf gegen die Korruption in diesem Gebiet erlauben. (APA)

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