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Salih Berisha's erster grosser Erfolg: Einfache Visas für EU

Erstellt von lupo-de-mare, 25.11.2005, 20:45 Uhr · 7 Antworten · 619 Aufrufe

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    Salih Berisha's erster grosser Erfolg: Einfache Visas für EU

    Doris Pack ist eine wichtige EU Person und über 10 Jahre im Balkan.

    Sie ist Vorsitzende der EU Kommision für Süd-Ost Europa. Doris Pack ist eine alte Bekannte von Salih Berisha.

    http://www.dorispack.de/

    Ihr Besuch in Albanien dauert noch an, bis morgen.

    Aber Doris Pack versprach Salih Berisha, das es einfachere Visas für die Albaner geben wird.

    Und das ist ein grossartiger Erfolg.

    EP envoy to push for liberalisation of EU visa regime with Albania

    25/11/2005

    TIRANA, Albania -- Doris Pack, chairman of the European Parliament's delegation for Southeastern Europe, said Thursday (24 November) she would advocate for liberalisation of the EU visa regime for Albanians. Pack, on a visit to Tirana, met with Albanian Foreign Minister Besnik Mustafaj and discussed the Stabilisation and Association process. Mustafaj reiterated his hope that Albania would sign a Stabilisation and Association Agreement in the first months of next year.

    In other news, Albanian Defence Minister Fatmir Mediu met with his Greek counterpart, Spilios Spiliotopoulos, on Thursday. The two discussed bilateral co-operation, with Spiliotopoulos vowing that Greece would be a powerful supporter of Albania’s bid for NATO membership at the next summit of the Alliance. (Albanian news - 25/11/05)

    http://www.albaniannews.com/

    Und Doris Pack macht in Tirana ebenso klar, das Albanien endlichk das Gesetz verabschiedet, das Abgeordneten und Ministern die Immunität weggenommen werden sollen, wenn es Ermittlungen gibt.

    Pack: Assembly should approve the laws on immunity and conflict of interests
    European Parliamentarian Doris Pack arrived yesterday in Tirana heading a delegation an EU delegation on Eastern European relations.Pack held meetings with the Albanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Besnik Mustafaj, Interior Minister Sokol Olldashi, Minister of Education and Science Genc Pollo and with the Speaker of Albanian Assembly Jozefina Topalli. During the meetings, Pack estimated the progress that Albania has achieved toward Association-Stabilisation Agreement, stressing the importance the implementation of the undertaken commitments plays in this frame. She introduced also the reporter appointed by the European Union to monitor the relations with our country. During the meeting with the Foreign Minister Mustafaj, Euro parliamentarians estimated the constructive role of the Albanian foreign policy in the region and especially in the definition of Kosovo’s future status. In return, the Albanian Foreign Minister estimated the role of the European Assembly on strengthening the relations between Albania and European Union. Pack hailed Albania’s stand in relation to the political future of Kosovo. Pack said also the European Parliament will pay attention to supporting Albanian in the integration process. During the meeting with the Minister of Education and Science Genc Pollo, he informed Pack about the steps the government is undertaking in adopting Albanian high education system with the European standards. Meanwhile, after the meeting with the Speaker of the Albanian Assembly Topalli, Pack said “I cannot judge the reforms as they have just started. I hope the parliamentary majority will approve the law on the immunity and conflict of interests, because these two topics are very essential. To be trustworthy, the parliamentarians should not be distant from people and they should be ready to say NO to facilities like having personal cars. These are not normal in any country and I think a small country like Albania must spend its money on other problems. So, it could be a significant sign for the people, if MPs will accept this. I hope all MPs and political parties understand the situation.”

    http://sot.com.al/index.php?option=c...id=13717&lang=

    Weitere Artikel in Albanisch zum Besuch von Doris Pack

    http://www.kohajone.com/lexo.php?id=43115

    EU reaffirms its open door policy

    21/11/2005

    A series of major decisions by the European Commission (EC) have boosted hopes across the Western Balkans. In early November, the EC recommended that Macedonia be given official candidate status. It also cleared the way for signing a Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) with Albania and beginning SAA talks with Bosnia and Herzegovina. At a time when many worry about "enlargement fatigue" in the bloc, Brussels has demonstrated its commitment to bringing the Balkans into the European family.

    By Zoran Nikolovski for Southeast European Times in Skopje – 21/11/05

    The European Commission has recommended granting Macedonia candidate status -- a step towards eventual EU accession. From left: EU Special Representative to the country Erwan Fouere, Prime Minister Vlado Buckovski, Deputy Prime Minister Radmila Sekerinska and Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva. [Tomislav Georgiev]

    By recommending candidate status for Macedonia, the European Commission confirmed once again that the EU has not forgotten the Balkans. In addition to its avis on Macedonia, released on 9 November, the Commission also published regular annual reports on the candidates Turkey and Croatia and the acceding countries Serbia-Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania, as well as the province of Kosovo.

    During a visit to Macedonia a year ago, EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn said the European family of peoples would not be complete if it does not include the countries in the Western Balkans. At the time, he pledged that Macedonia would be assessed by the Commission fairly, thoroughly and objectively.

    Twelve months later, Rehn told the Macedonian Parliament: "I bring you that assessment. It gives a thoroughly researched and carefully weighed analysis of the progress made by the country -- as well as of the weaknesses which remain to be addressed before the country can make further progress towards the EU."

    Rehn outlined Macedonia’s achievements -- including the establishment of a functioning democracy with stable institutions, progress made in implementing the Ohrid Framework Agreement, steps towards police and judicial reform, constitutional changes meant to improve the judiciary's independence and efficiency, and efforts to harmonise Macedonian legislation with the EU acquis.

    He also noted that low inflation, balanced public finances and only modest levels of public debt signal a macroeconomic situation which provides a sound basis for economic development.

    At the same time, the commissioner pointed to areas where improvement is needed. Elections have been marred by irregularities, institutional weaknesses exist, and corruption pervades many areas of economic, social and political life. Citizens await significant socioeconomic progress and a rise in their living standards. And the process of reforming the police and judiciary must continue to go forward.

    Despite these challenges, Rehn agreed with Macedonian Prime Minister Vlado Buckovski, who said the country has received a "one-way ticket" to eventual EU entry.

    The commissioner next visited Tirana, where he presented the progress report on Albania. Since 31 January 2003, the country has been negotiating a SAA with the EU. "I know that people in the Western Balkans have been worried by the debate in the EU about enlargement this year. But I can assure you that the door to Europe is still open to you," Rehn said in an address to the Albanian Parliament. He brought good news about the SAA, confirming that negotiations are nearly complete.

    "I know that people in the Western Balkans have been worried by the debate in the EU about enlargement this year. But I can assure you that the door to Europe is still open to you," EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn said in an address to the Albanian Parliament. [AFP]

    "Our conclusion is that Albania has now made sufficient progress to allow the proper implementation of its future SAA," Rehn said.

    At the same time, he stressed that the road to the EU is a challenging one, and there are no shortcuts. Real reform is essential -- to the economy, the public administration, and many other institutions, he said. In particular, Albania needs to show significant results in fighting corruption. Cases must be dealt with firmly, but strictly according to the rules, and independent of party affiliation, Rehn said.

    Other challenges for Albania include developing the administrative capacity to apply EU rules properly; developing a functioning market economy; and improving standards for elections.

    Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), meanwhile, has taken a major step forward with the new EC progress reports. Noting progress in several key areas, the Commission has recommended the opening of talks on signing an SAA.

    Judicial restructuring, defence reform and an overhaul of the police system have all moved forward, and co-operation with the UN war crimes tribunal has improved significantly, the EC found.

    At the same time, the progress report warned, BiH and its reform efforts remain hampered by complex government structures, fragmented policymaking and a lack of resources and qualified staff. Efforts need to continue towards boosting the effectiveness of the executive and legislative bodies, ensuring that state-level authorities are properly equipped, strengthening state-entity coordination and fighting corruption.

    As for the economic development, the main conclusion is that there have been some positive developments. However the progress report concludes that BiH's economy operates only to a limited degree according to market principles, and much more must be done to address shortcomings in economic competitiveness.

    The EU began SAA negotiations with Serbia and Montenegro on 10 October. In its report for the country, the EC notes significant progress in co-operation with the UN tribunal. At the same time, it warns, Serbia and Montenegro must make further efforts to respect fully the Constitutional Charter, reform public administration and the judiciary, fight corruption, and ensure effective democratic control over the military. Political leaders need to take a constructive approach with regard to Kosovo, the EC said.

    On the economic front, the report finds the economies in both constituent republics operate to some degree according to market principles, but vigorous reform efforts are necessary to address the shortcomings in competitiveness. In Serbia, the main positive developments are continuation of fiscal tightening; reduction of the trade deficit; reduction of external debt; and further progress in the restructuring and privatisation of the banking sector. However, inflation and wage pressure has mounted and the business environment remains difficult. The government sector still absorbs too many resources.

    In Montenegro, the main positive developments were the strengthening of economic growth; a continued decline in inflation, further advancement of privatisation, a decline in unemployment, a reduction of the budget deficit and the rise of bank lending. However, external debt increased further and the private sector development is still hampered by an inefficient judiciary. High wage growth has diminished competitiveness, according to the EC report.

    Regarding Kosovo, the EC found that the Provisional Institutions of Self-Government have demonstrated a strengthened commitment to the implementation of UN-set standards. However, it also warns that only modest progress was achieved in the areas of refugee return, freedom of movement and property rights. The lack of respect for the rule of law and the problems of organised crime and widespread corruption are issues of great concern, according to the EC.

    The Commission's report called for further efforts to strengthen Kosovo's public administration and judicial system and ensure that they are free from political interference; to implement the decentralisation process, taking into account the views of all communities; and to improve the human rights situation, particularly for minorities.

    In all, it can be concluded that the EC keeps a watchful eye on the region and that Southeast European countries have a lot to do. In the meantime, the progress made by Macedonia in gaining candidate status, and especially that made by Croatia in starting membership negotiations, have sent hopeful signals to other SEE countries.

    http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setime...&rate=5#rating

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    Ich gut das in albanien mit der Mafia abgerechnet wird Und mit drogen zu handeln ist das aller letzte.

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    Ich würde es bezeichnen als ein Schlag gegen die Visa-Mafia 8)

    EP envoy to push for liberalisation of EU visa regime with Albania
    25/11/2005

    TIRANA, Albania -- Doris Pack, chairman of the European Parliament's delegation for Southeastern Europe, said Thursday (24 November) she would advocate for liberalisation of the EU visa regime for Albanians. Pack, on a visit to Tirana, met with Albanian Foreign Minister Besnik Mustafaj and discussed the Stabilisation and Association process. Mustafaj reiterated his hope that Albania would sign a Stabilisation and Association Agreement in the first months of next year.

    In other news, Albanian Defence Minister Fatmir Mediu met with his Greek counterpart, Spilios Spiliotopoulos, on Thursday. The two discussed bilateral co-operation, with Spiliotopoulos vowing that Greece would be a powerful supporter of Albania’s bid for NATO membership at the next summit of the Alliance. (Albanian news - 25/11/05)

    http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setime...05/11/25/nb-07


    Grüsse

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    Re: Salih Berisha's erster grosser Erfolg: Einfache Visas fü

    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Doris Pack ist eine wichtige EU Person und über 10 Jahre im Balkan.

    Sie ist Vorsitzende der EU Kommision für Süd-Ost Europa. Doris Pack ist eine alte Bekannte von Salih Berisha.

    http://www.dorispack.de/

    Ihr Besuch in Albanien dauert noch an, bis morgen.

    Aber Doris Pack versprach Salih Berisha, das es einfachere Visas für die Albaner geben wird.

    Und das ist ein grossartiger Erfolg.

    EP envoy to push for liberalisation of EU visa regime with Albania

    25/11/2005

    TIRANA, Albania -- Doris Pack, chairman of the European Parliament's delegation for Southeastern Europe, said Thursday (24 November) she would advocate for liberalisation of the EU visa regime for Albanians. Pack, on a visit to Tirana, met with Albanian Foreign Minister Besnik Mustafaj and discussed the Stabilisation and Association process. Mustafaj reiterated his hope that Albania would sign a Stabilisation and Association Agreement in the first months of next year.

    In other news, Albanian Defence Minister Fatmir Mediu met with his Greek counterpart, Spilios Spiliotopoulos, on Thursday. The two discussed bilateral co-operation, with Spiliotopoulos vowing that Greece would be a powerful supporter of Albania’s bid for NATO membership at the next summit of the Alliance. (Albanian news - 25/11/05)

    http://www.albaniannews.com/

    Und Doris Pack macht in Tirana ebenso klar, das Albanien endlichk das Gesetz verabschiedet, das Abgeordneten und Ministern die Immunität weggenommen werden sollen, wenn es Ermittlungen gibt.

    Pack: Assembly should approve the laws on immunity and conflict of interests
    European Parliamentarian Doris Pack arrived yesterday in Tirana heading a delegation an EU delegation on Eastern European relations.Pack held meetings with the Albanian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Besnik Mustafaj, Interior Minister Sokol Olldashi, Minister of Education and Science Genc Pollo and with the Speaker of Albanian Assembly Jozefina Topalli. During the meetings, Pack estimated the progress that Albania has achieved toward Association-Stabilisation Agreement, stressing the importance the implementation of the undertaken commitments plays in this frame. She introduced also the reporter appointed by the European Union to monitor the relations with our country. During the meeting with the Foreign Minister Mustafaj, Euro parliamentarians estimated the constructive role of the Albanian foreign policy in the region and especially in the definition of Kosovo’s future status. In return, the Albanian Foreign Minister estimated the role of the European Assembly on strengthening the relations between Albania and European Union. Pack hailed Albania’s stand in relation to the political future of Kosovo. Pack said also the European Parliament will pay attention to supporting Albanian in the integration process. During the meeting with the Minister of Education and Science Genc Pollo, he informed Pack about the steps the government is undertaking in adopting Albanian high education system with the European standards. Meanwhile, after the meeting with the Speaker of the Albanian Assembly Topalli, Pack said “I cannot judge the reforms as they have just started. I hope the parliamentary majority will approve the law on the immunity and conflict of interests, because these two topics are very essential. To be trustworthy, the parliamentarians should not be distant from people and they should be ready to say NO to facilities like having personal cars. These are not normal in any country and I think a small country like Albania must spend its money on other problems. So, it could be a significant sign for the people, if MPs will accept this. I hope all MPs and political parties understand the situation.”

    http://sot.com.al/index.php?option=c...id=13717&lang=

    Weitere Artikel in Albanisch zum Besuch von Doris Pack

    http://www.kohajone.com/lexo.php?id=43115

    EU reaffirms its open door policy

    21/11/2005

    A series of major decisions by the European Commission (EC) have boosted hopes across the Western Balkans. In early November, the EC recommended that Macedonia be given official candidate status. It also cleared the way for signing a Stabilisation and Association Agreement (SAA) with Albania and beginning SAA talks with Bosnia and Herzegovina. At a time when many worry about "enlargement fatigue" in the bloc, Brussels has demonstrated its commitment to bringing the Balkans into the European family.

    By Zoran Nikolovski for Southeast European Times in Skopje – 21/11/05

    The European Commission has recommended granting Macedonia candidate status -- a step towards eventual EU accession. From left: EU Special Representative to the country Erwan Fouere, Prime Minister Vlado Buckovski, Deputy Prime Minister Radmila Sekerinska and Foreign Minister Ilinka Mitreva. [Tomislav Georgiev]

    By recommending candidate status for Macedonia, the European Commission confirmed once again that the EU has not forgotten the Balkans. In addition to its avis on Macedonia, released on 9 November, the Commission also published regular annual reports on the candidates Turkey and Croatia and the acceding countries Serbia-Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania, as well as the province of Kosovo.

    During a visit to Macedonia a year ago, EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn said the European family of peoples would not be complete if it does not include the countries in the Western Balkans. At the time, he pledged that Macedonia would be assessed by the Commission fairly, thoroughly and objectively.

    Twelve months later, Rehn told the Macedonian Parliament: "I bring you that assessment. It gives a thoroughly researched and carefully weighed analysis of the progress made by the country -- as well as of the weaknesses which remain to be addressed before the country can make further progress towards the EU."

    Rehn outlined Macedonia’s achievements -- including the establishment of a functioning democracy with stable institutions, progress made in implementing the Ohrid Framework Agreement, steps towards police and judicial reform, constitutional changes meant to improve the judiciary's independence and efficiency, and efforts to harmonise Macedonian legislation with the EU acquis.

    He also noted that low inflation, balanced public finances and only modest levels of public debt signal a macroeconomic situation which provides a sound basis for economic development.

    At the same time, the commissioner pointed to areas where improvement is needed. Elections have been marred by irregularities, institutional weaknesses exist, and corruption pervades many areas of economic, social and political life. Citizens await significant socioeconomic progress and a rise in their living standards. And the process of reforming the police and judiciary must continue to go forward.

    Despite these challenges, Rehn agreed with Macedonian Prime Minister Vlado Buckovski, who said the country has received a "one-way ticket" to eventual EU entry.

    The commissioner next visited Tirana, where he presented the progress report on Albania. Since 31 January 2003, the country has been negotiating a SAA with the EU. "I know that people in the Western Balkans have been worried by the debate in the EU about enlargement this year. But I can assure you that the door to Europe is still open to you," Rehn said in an address to the Albanian Parliament. He brought good news about the SAA, confirming that negotiations are nearly complete.

    "I know that people in the Western Balkans have been worried by the debate in the EU about enlargement this year. But I can assure you that the door to Europe is still open to you," EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn said in an address to the Albanian Parliament. [AFP]

    "Our conclusion is that Albania has now made sufficient progress to allow the proper implementation of its future SAA," Rehn said.

    At the same time, he stressed that the road to the EU is a challenging one, and there are no shortcuts. Real reform is essential -- to the economy, the public administration, and many other institutions, he said. In particular, Albania needs to show significant results in fighting corruption. Cases must be dealt with firmly, but strictly according to the rules, and independent of party affiliation, Rehn said.

    Other challenges for Albania include developing the administrative capacity to apply EU rules properly; developing a functioning market economy; and improving standards for elections.

    Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), meanwhile, has taken a major step forward with the new EC progress reports. Noting progress in several key areas, the Commission has recommended the opening of talks on signing an SAA.

    Judicial restructuring, defence reform and an overhaul of the police system have all moved forward, and co-operation with the UN war crimes tribunal has improved significantly, the EC found.

    At the same time, the progress report warned, BiH and its reform efforts remain hampered by complex government structures, fragmented policymaking and a lack of resources and qualified staff. Efforts need to continue towards boosting the effectiveness of the executive and legislative bodies, ensuring that state-level authorities are properly equipped, strengthening state-entity coordination and fighting corruption.

    As for the economic development, the main conclusion is that there have been some positive developments. However the progress report concludes that BiH's economy operates only to a limited degree according to market principles, and much more must be done to address shortcomings in economic competitiveness.

    The EU began SAA negotiations with Serbia and Montenegro on 10 October. In its report for the country, the EC notes significant progress in co-operation with the UN tribunal. At the same time, it warns, Serbia and Montenegro must make further efforts to respect fully the Constitutional Charter, reform public administration and the judiciary, fight corruption, and ensure effective democratic control over the military. Political leaders need to take a constructive approach with regard to Kosovo, the EC said.

    On the economic front, the report finds the economies in both constituent republics operate to some degree according to market principles, but vigorous reform efforts are necessary to address the shortcomings in competitiveness. In Serbia, the main positive developments are continuation of fiscal tightening; reduction of the trade deficit; reduction of external debt; and further progress in the restructuring and privatisation of the banking sector. However, inflation and wage pressure has mounted and the business environment remains difficult. The government sector still absorbs too many resources.

    In Montenegro, the main positive developments were the strengthening of economic growth; a continued decline in inflation, further advancement of privatisation, a decline in unemployment, a reduction of the budget deficit and the rise of bank lending. However, external debt increased further and the private sector development is still hampered by an inefficient judiciary. High wage growth has diminished competitiveness, according to the EC report.

    Regarding Kosovo, the EC found that the Provisional Institutions of Self-Government have demonstrated a strengthened commitment to the implementation of UN-set standards. However, it also warns that only modest progress was achieved in the areas of refugee return, freedom of movement and property rights. The lack of respect for the rule of law and the problems of organised crime and widespread corruption are issues of great concern, according to the EC.

    The Commission's report called for further efforts to strengthen Kosovo's public administration and judicial system and ensure that they are free from political interference; to implement the decentralisation process, taking into account the views of all communities; and to improve the human rights situation, particularly for minorities.

    In all, it can be concluded that the EC keeps a watchful eye on the region and that Southeast European countries have a lot to do. In the meantime, the progress made by Macedonia in gaining candidate status, and especially that made by Croatia in starting membership negotiations, have sent hopeful signals to other SEE countries.

    http://www.setimes.com/cocoon/setime...&rate=5#rating
    Wo ist da bitte schön die Gerechtigkeit :?: :?: :?:

    Das kann doch wohl nicht angehen, das man in Albanien demnächst VISA an Abschaum verteilt (gemeint sind nicht die anständigen Leute :!: :!: :!: denn denen sei es ja gegönt ) unserem Sohn aber schon das zweite mal hinter einander die Einreise als Besucher verweigert wurde :!:
    Und das obwohl wir dem konsularischen Sesselpfurzern mitgeteilt haben, das die Anwesenheit notwendig ist damit ich bei Gericht die Adoption durchführen kann :!:

    Also entschuldigt bitte, aber da platzt mir die Galle

    Vor allem werden wirklich wieder zu viele Wölfe unter den Lämern mitlaufen und das wird genauso ein Viasko wie Joshi´s VISA-Afäre :!: :!: :!:

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    noch ist es nicht soweit, aber Salih Berisha arbeitet bestens mit Europol, Interpol, der NATO und dem FBI zusammen um die Verbrecher Banden zu zerschlagen.

    Europa honoriert es nur, das die Albanische Polizei praktisch vor allem Italienischen Sicherheits Kräften untersteht, so das echte Aktionen angesagt sind.

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    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    @vuc

    noch ist es nicht soweit, aber Salih Berisha arbeitet bestens mit Europol, Interpol, der NATO und dem FBI zusammen um die Verbrecher Banden zu zerschlagen.

    Europa honoriert es nur, das die Albanische Polizei praktisch vor allem Italienischen Sicherheits Kräften untersteht, so das echte Aktionen angesagt sind.
    Lol, is ja auch wie erwähnt eigentlich ganz korekt :!:

    Aber erklär mir doch bitte jemand dennoch wieso diese Krawatenhoshis von der kunsularischen Vertrettung in Belgrad eine Einreise des Jungen einfach so ohne jedwede Grundlage (wir sind Eigenheimbesitzer, sind beide gut in Lohn und Brot, wir haben uns immer an alle Regelungen bezgl. des Aufenthaltrechts gehalten, der Junge liegt niemanden auf der Tasche oder geht schwarz arbeiten usw.!!!) ablehnen können :?:

    Also ehrlich gesagt gehen mir die deutschen Gesetze so mittlerweile am A...sch (TSCHULDIGUNG) vorbei :!:

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    Aber erklär mir doch bitte jemand dennoch wieso diese Krawatenhoshis von der kunsularischen Vertrettung in Belgrad eine Einreise des Jungen einfach so ohne jedwede Grundlage (wir sind Eigenheimbesitzer, sind beide gut in Lohn und Brot, wir haben uns immer an alle Regelungen bezgl. des Aufenthaltrechts gehalten, der Junge liegt niemanden auf der Tasche oder geht schwarz arbeiten usw.!!!) ablehnen können :?:

    Also ehrlich gesagt gehen mir die deutschen Gesetze so mittlerweile am A...sch (TSCHULDIGUNG) vorbei :!:
    Ich kann Dir das wirklich nicht sagen! Aber in Albanien verlangt man seit Dezember 2002, sogar Polizeiliche Führungs Zeugnisse. Warum man in Belgrad so viele Schwierigkeiten hat, weiss ich nicht. Alles andere wäre Spekulation.

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    Zitat Zitat von lupo-de-mare
    Zitat Zitat von VUC
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    Aber erklär mir doch bitte jemand dennoch wieso diese Krawatenhoshis von der kunsularischen Vertrettung in Belgrad eine Einreise des Jungen einfach so ohne jedwede Grundlage (wir sind Eigenheimbesitzer, sind beide gut in Lohn und Brot, wir haben uns immer an alle Regelungen bezgl. des Aufenthaltrechts gehalten, der Junge liegt niemanden auf der Tasche oder geht schwarz arbeiten usw.!!!) ablehnen können :?:

    Also ehrlich gesagt gehen mir die deutschen Gesetze so mittlerweile am A...sch (TSCHULDIGUNG) vorbei :!:
    Ich kann Dir das wirklich nicht sagen! Aber in Albanien verlangt man seit Dezember 2002, sogar Polizeiliche Führungs Zeugnisse. Warum man in Belgrad so viele Schwierigkeiten hat, weiss ich nicht. Alles andere wäre Spekulation.
    Ich werde auf jeden Fall weiter alles dran setzen um die Adoption durch zu boxen :!:
    Währe schön wenn mir jemand der ähnliche Erfahrungen gemacht hat, Info´s und Tip´s geben könnte:idea:

    Für heute muss ich mich verabschieden, muss noch vorschlaffen da ich in Nachtschicht arbeite :!:

    Ist schön wieder da zu sein, bis dann 8) 8)

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